Darius Brown signs Exhibit-10 contract with Cleveland Cavaliers | Sports

One day after the conclusion of the 2024 NBA Draft, former Utah State star point guard Darius Brown has found a home with an NBA franchise. First reported by Jon Chepkevich of Draft Express and later Sam Amico of Hoops Wire, Brown is signing an Exhibit-10 contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, home of another former Aggie star, Sam Merrill.

An Exhibit-10 deal is not a full-time contract with an NBA team. During the offseason, teams are allowed to have roster sizes up to 21, as opposed to the usual 15. During the time of expanded rosters, Brown will be on what is effectively a one-year contract at the NBA minimum salary. He will likely play for the Cavaliers in the Las Vegas Summer League. Then, if Cleveland staff so choose, they can invite Brown to training camp for a shot at potentially converting the contract into a Two-Way contract. If the Cavaliers chose not to do so, they would waive Brown’s contract but would have the option to exercise exclusive rights to sign him to their G-League team

Brown did a pre-draft workout with the Cavaliers, one of four he took part in (also worked out for the LA Clippers, Washington Wizards and Utah Jazz) which makes it unsurprising he landed with them after going undrafted.

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