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Mac McClung

Mac McClung

G - Orlando Magic

Height: 6' 2"Weight: 185 lbsAge: 25College: Texas Tech

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Mac McClung to sign two-way deal with Sixers

Mac McClung has been signed by the Philadelphia 76ers to a two-way deal. Julian Champagnie will be waived in a corresponding move.

Fantasy Impact

McClung has averaged 19.1 points per game in the G League this season and will participate in the dunk contest this weekend. It's unclear how large of a role he will have with the Sixers, but he isn't likely going to be a major contributor this season.

Vince DiSilvio1 year ago
Mac McClung agrees to one-year deal with Warriors

Mac McClung and the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a non-guaranteed one-year deal as reported by The Athletic’s Sham Charania.

Fantasy Impact

McClung averaged 13.4 points and 4.8 assists for the Warriors in summer league. McClung’s contract is not guaranteed but he will have a chance to make the Warriors roster out of training camp. McClung averaged 4 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games for the Lakers last season. McClung’s athleticism, explosiveness and ability to score in bunches could make him a big asset off the bench for the defending champs.

Luke Monaldo2 years ago
Mac McClung withdraws from 2020 NBA Draft

Mac McClung told ESPN that he's requested to enter the [NCAA] transfer portal, thus withdrawing his name from the 2020 NBA Draft.

Fantasy Impact

The Virginia native declared for the NBA Draft on March 29th but maintained his eligibility in the event he decided to return to college. In a surprising move, McClung will not only be removing his name from the 2020 draft pool, but will also be transferring from Georgetown - playing his junior season elsewhere. McClung reportedly met with at least 11 teams prior to his decision to withdraw from the NBA Draft and the combo guard will look to improve his draft stock with a new team later this year. McClung is considered to be a score-first guard who will need to improve his playmaking and facilitation skills in order to play point guard at an NBA level. McClung earned Big East All-Freshman team honors last season and was in the midst of a stellar sophomore campaign at Georgetown, averaging 15.7 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.4 steals in 27 games. There's no doubt that McClung will be a hot commodity on the college circuit but fantasy players will have to put him on the shelf for another season.

Dan Titus4 years ago