Michael Devoe and Lucas Williamson have officially signed Exhibit 10 contracts with the Clippers, Hoops Rumors has learned.
Reports that Devoe and Williamson would sign with the Clippers surfaced right after the June draft and now they’ve officially been added. Both players are undrafted rookies.
They were on the Clippers’ Summer League team, with Devoe appearing in four games and Williamson seeing action in two games.
Devoe, a 6’5″ guard out of Georgia Tech, was a third-team All-ACC selection last season after averaging 17.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists while draining 42.7% of his 3-point tries.
Williamson, a 6’4” guard out of Loyola, was named Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year the past two seasons and was MVP of last season’s conference tournament. He averaged 13.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.1 assists while making 39% of his 3-point attempts last season.
The Clippers have an open two-way slot, so it’s possible they could compete for that contract.
Under Exhibit 10 terms, both players are eligible a player for a bonus of up to $50K if they’re waived and then spend at least 60 days with the Ontario Clippers, L.A.’s G League affiliate.
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I feel like Mike DeVoe would beast in Europe. He seems too slow to stick in the NBA. But he is a slick, talented offensive player. He’s basically a slightly poorer man’s Luke Kennard so if he can knock down open treys he may surprise me similar to his former teammate Jose Alvarado