The Atlanta Hawks have recalled two-way player Andrew White from the team’s G League affiliate Erie Bayhawks, per Michael Cunningham of the AJC.
Hawks transfer "two-way" player Andrew White to ATL from G-League affiliate in Erie.— Michael Cunningham (@MCunninghamAJC) February 11, 2018
White will presumably link up with the team for Sunday’s matchup against the Detroit Pistons.
White was signed with the Hawks’ second ‘two-way’ contract on Jan. 15, having played for the Maine Red Claws prior to the signing. He was undrafted in 2017 NBA Draft after he spent his collegiate career with Kansas, Nebraska and Syracuse. His transfer on Sunday marks his is first call-up from the G League and will have the opportunity to make his NBA debut if he is made active.
For the season in the G League — both with the Maine Red Claws and the Erie Bayhawks — White is averaging 15.8 points per game on 44.4% shooting from the field, 39.8% from three, 83.1% from the line on an average of 2.3 attempts per game, 4.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game in 31 minutes a game.