Blazers adding former UCLA forward T.J. Leaf via two-way contract

T.J. Leaf (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)

The Blazers are bringing on T.J. Leaf via a two-way contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com reports.

Leaf was the No. 18 overall pick back in 2017 out of UCLA. He spent three seasons with the Pacers before the club traded him to the Thunder this past offseason (OKC waived the forward prior to the season).

The 6’10” big man will slot in behind Robert Covington and Carmelo Anthony, giving Portland another power forward who can stretch the floor.

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