The Trail Blazers have reportedly agreed to a deal with veteran wing Tony Snell, which gives the team a floor spacer and a more than willing defender.
Coming off a season in which he appeared in 47 games for the Hawks, Snell became the first player in NBA history to shoot over 50% from the field and three-point line and also 100% from the free-throw line.
Although what he did last year may be an aberration, he made the most of it playing sparingly on a loaded Hawks team with forwards.
Snell averaged 5.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.3 three-pointers made per game while shooting 51.5 % from the field and 56.9 percent from three a season ago.
A player who can be highly efficient when called upon is the type of guy the Blazers need.
Snell’s past stops include time with the Bulls, Bucks, Pistons, and now the Hawks.