Former Virginia Basketball point guard and current Cleveland Cavalier London Perrantes made his NBA debut tonight against the Atlanta Hawks.
London Perrantes just made his #NBA debut!!! ⚔️ #HoosintheNBA pic.twitter.com/3rhEzvajNS— Danny Neckel (@DNeckel19) December 13, 2017
Congrats to former @UVAMensHoops point guard @London_Tyus on making his NBA debut tonite for @cavs in their 123-114 win over Atlanta.— Jeff White (@JeffWhiteUVa) December 13, 2017
He finished with one missed shot in three minutes and a foul in Cleveland’s 123-114 win. This is his second time being pulled up to the big leagues from Cleveland’s G-League team, the Canton Charge. Perrantes signed a two-way contract with the Charge/Cavaliers midway through October which gives him the ability to be called up to the NBA for a maximum of 45 days over the course of the season.
Perrantes has been playing well with the Charge, averaging 14.3 points, 6.9 assists, 2.1 rebounds, and one steal per game. He put up an impressive 27 points and six assists against the Greensboro Swarm in late November.