Kings, Jeriah Horne Agree To Deal

The Kings have reached a contract agreement with undrafted rookie free agent Jeriah Horne, agent Daniel Hazan tells Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports (Twitter link).

Horne had a well-traveled college career, starting at Nebraska before transferring to Tulsa following his freshman year. He spent two years at Tulsa, transferred to Colorado, then headed back to the Golden Hurricane for his “super-senior” season.

The 6’7″ forward averaged 16.1 points and 6.9 rebounds in 31 games (33.9 MPG) in 2021/22, posting an impressive shooting line of .444/.415/.838.

It’s unclear what Horne’s deal will look like, but generally when a team reaches a contract agreement with an undrafted rookie at this time of year and the terms aren’t reported, it ends up being an Exhibit 10 contract. Exhibit 10 deals, which are non-guaranteed, can be converted into two-way contracts before the regular season begins and also make a player eligible for a bonus of up to $50K if he’s waived and then joins his team’s G League affiliate.

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