The Boston Celtics have signed Justin Bibbs, Nick King, and Jeff Roberson to Exhibit 10 deals.
As reported by Keith Smith, below are the profiles of the new signees:
Bibbs is a 6’5” guard out of Virginia Tech. King is a 6’7” forward out of Middle Tennessee State. Roberson is a 6’6” forward out of Vanderbilt. All three players went undrafted at the 2018 NBA Draft. All are on Exhibit 10 deals for camp per source. https://t.co/q124WqawDe
— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) September 5, 2018
Exhibit 10 contracts are one-year deals worth the minimum salary, which includes a bonus of up to $50,000. The player will receive the said bonus if he signs with the G League affiliate after being waived from the parent ball club.
However, if the player signs with an overseas team after being waived, he won’t receive the said bonus. The player must spend at least 60 days with their G League team qualify for the incentive.
In addition, the Exhibit 10 contract can be converted to a two-way contract by the first day of the regular season. As such, the bonus would then be rescinded and the terms and agreements of a two-way deal would apply.
From a team’s perspective, they can’t sign more than six players to Exhibit 10 deals at a time.
Roberson actually worked out with the Sacramento Kings over the summer. In an interview via NBA.com, Roberson shared what he can offer to any team:
“I think I can bring a lot of versatility, a high IQ guy that’s going to make the right play, off the bench, you know, come in and hit the open 3s, defend, rebound, make the toughest plays, get loose balls, things like that.”