Legends Trade DeJon Jarreau
FRISCO, TX, (Jan. 23, 2022) - The Texas Legends have acquired two 2022 NBA G League Draft first round picks (via Santa Cruz and Maine) in a trade with the Capital City GoGo. In exchange, Texas sends guard DeJon Jarreau and a 2022 second round pick (via Windy City).
Jarreau (6-5, 185, Houston) was acquired by the Legends Dec. 27th in a trade with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Jarreau was signed to a 10-day contract by the Houston Rockets the following day via the NBA's hardship exception. The New Orleans native played six games with the Legends averaging 10.2 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 4.0 assists including a career-high 12-rebound performance against the Santa Cruz Warriors Jan. 14th.
Texas tips off a two-game trip against the Iowa Wolves today at 4pm CT. The Legends return home Jan. 29th to host the South Bay Lakers in the team's annual Military Appreciation Night at 7:30pm CT. For tickets or information call 214-469-0822 or visit www.TexLegends.com.
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