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New York Knicks Signal Former Florida State Guard M.J. Walker t

The New York Knicks introduced that they’ve signed former Florida State guard M.J. Walker to a contract late final week for coaching camp. Particulars of the deal are unsure however in accordance with ESPN’s Jordan Schultz, it’ll reportedly be an Exhibit 10 contract.

The 6’5 Walker participated on the Knicks Summer season League roster in Las Vegas with averages of 4.7 factors and a couple of.7 rebounds together with a strong efficiency towards the Cleveland Cavaliers. M.J. had a stat line of 9 factors, 5 rebounds, two steals and a block in a Knicks win on August 14th. All of his factors got here from behind the arc.

Walker performed 4 seasons at Florida State College, averaging 9 factors, two rebounds and 1.6 assists in 120 video games (82 begins). He averaged 12.2 factors, 2.5 assists and a couple of.5 rebounds in 24 video games throughout his senior season and was named to the second-team All-ACC group.

The rumored Exhibit 10 contract offers the Knicks the choice to vary Walker’s present deal to an ordinary or two-way contract if he makes the group. If he’s launched, it leaves the chance to earn a bonus price as much as $50,000 by becoming a member of the Westchester Knicks, the franchise’s G League affiliate.

Including Walker will go away the Knicks with only one roster spot open for coaching camp.

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