Nets Signing Jordan Bowden To Exhibit 10 Deal

The Nets have agreed to an Exhibit-10 deal with undrafted guard Jordan Bowden, according to Jeff Garcia of News 4 San Antonio.

Bowden will attend training camp with the team after spending four seasons at Tennessee, averaging 13.7 points, four rebounds and one steal per game last year.

An Exhibit-10 contract, as Garcia explains, is considered a one-year deal worth the league minimum salary. However, the deal comes with a $50K bonus if the player doesn’t make the roster and plays for the team’s G League affiliate instead, which is the traditional route players take with this deal.

Bowden, 23, is a 6-foot-5 guard with impressive range and a physical style of play. He’ll attend a Nets camp that consists of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Caris LeVert, Spencer Dinwiddie and others, with Brooklyn possessing one of the most talented teams in the league.

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