On Tuesday morning, the Atlanta Hawks announced that 22-year-old big man Ray Spalding, who was signed to an Exhibit 10 contract in late July, was waived. With that news as the backdrop, the organization had an open roster spot for training camp and, just a few hours later, Atlanta moved to sign shooting guard Jordan Sibert.

Though details were not disclosed, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports that Sibert signed an Exhibit 10 contract and, given the circumstances, that is the logical move from Atlanta’s standpoint. Sibert, a 27-year-old shooting guard, joined the Hawks on a 10-day contract last season and he also appeared with the team at Summer League in Las Vegas.