Trail Blazers Sign Three Players, Announce Training Camp Roster

Portland tips-off its 50th training camp, presented by Biofreeze, with Media Day on Monday, Sept. 30

PORTLAND, Ore. (Sept. 12, 2019) –The Portland Trail Blazers have signed center Moses Brown, guard Troy Caupain and guard London Perrantes to training camp contracts, it was announced today by president of basketball operations Neil Olshey.

Portland will tip-off its 50th training camp, presented by Biofreeze, with Media Day on Monday, Sept. 30, followed by the team’s first practice on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Brown, 19, played in 32 games (31 starts) his freshman 2018-19 season at UCLA, posting averages of 9.7 points (60.7% FG, 35.2% FT), 8.3 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 1.94 blocks. Undrafted in the 2019 NBA Draft, Brown (7-1, 245) was a 2018 McDonald’s All-American out of Archbishop Malloy High School in Queens, N.Y.

Caupain, 23, appeared in four games for the Orlando Magic in 2018-19 as a two-way contract player, netting 10 points, three rebounds, four assists and a steal in 16 total minutes. In 49 games (all starts) for the G League’s Lakeland Magic, Caupain (6-4, 210) averaged 16.4 points (47.9% FG, 38.6% 3-PT, 77.9% FT), 5.8 rebounds and 5.8 assists. Caupain went undrafted in 2017 out of Cincinnati.

Perrantes, 24, played in 2018-19 for Limoges CSP and Cholet Basket in the French Pro A League. After going undrafted out of Virginia, Perrantes (6-2, 200) signed a two-way contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2017-18 season, appearing in 14 games for the Cavaliers and tallying seven points, four rebounds, five assists, two steals and a blocked shot in 66 minutes. He averaged 11.8 points (37.8% FG, 30.7% 3-PT, 83.5% FT), 3.4 rebounds, 7.8 assists and 1.17 steals in 35 games (all starts) that season with the G League’s Canton Charge.

Media Day timing and training camp practice times will be relayed at a later date.



No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Born Yrs. Prior to NBA/Home Country
24 Kent Bazemore G/F 6' 5" 200 7/1/89 7 Old Dominion/USA
4 Moses Brown C 7' 1" 245 10/13/99 Rookie UCLA/USA
10 Troy Caupain G 6' 4" 210 11/29/95 1 Cincinnati/USA
33 Zach Collins F/C 7' 0" 250 11/19/97 2 Gonzaga/USA
16 Pau Gasol F/C 7' 0" 250 7/6/80 18 FC Barcelona/Spain
44 Mario Hezonja F 6' 8" 250 2/25/95 4 FC Barcelona/Croatia
6 Jaylen Hoard F 6' 9" 210 3/30/99 Rookie Wake Forest/France
5 Rodney Hood G/F 6' 8" 205 10/20/92 5 Duke/USA
17 Skal Labissiere F/C 6' 11" 235 3/18/96 3 Kentuky/USA
0 Damian Lillard G 6' 3" 195 7/15/90 7 Weber State/USA
9 Nassir Little F 6' 6" 220 2/11/00 Rookie North Carolina/USA
3 CJ McCollum G 6' 3" 190 9/19/91 6 Lehigh/USA
27 Jusuf Nurkić C 7' 0" 290 8/23/94 5 Cedevita Zagreb/Bosnia Herzegovina
8 London Perrantes G 6' 2" 200 10/3/94 1 Virginia/USA
1 Anfernee Simons G 6' 4" 190 6/8/99 1 IMG Academy/USA
43 Anthony Tolliver F 6' 8" 245 6/1/85 11 Creighton/USA
2 Gary Trent Jr. G 6' 6" 205 1/18/99 1 Duke/USA
21 Hassan Whiteside C 7' 1" 265 6/13/89 7 Marshall/USA


HEAD COACH • Terry Stotts (Oklahoma)
ASSISTANT HEAD COACH • Nate Tibbetts (South Dakota)
ASSISTANT COACH • Dale Osbourne (South Alabama)
ASSISTANT COACH • Jim Moran (William & Mary)
ASSISTANT COACH • John McCullough (Oklahoma)
ASSISTANT COACH • Jannero Pargo (Arkansas)
DIRECTOR OF PLAYER HEALTH & PERFORMANCE • Jesse Elis (North Dakota)
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER • Geoff Clark (Oregon State)
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER/PHYSICAL THERAPIST • Jessica Cohen (Northwestern)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST/SPORTS SCIENTIST • Logan Sullivan (Northern Arizona)
SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST • Todd Forcier (Washington State)
SPORTS PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST • Ben Kenyon (Adelphi University)
VIDEO COORDINATOR/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COACH • Jonathan Yim (UC Irvine)
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