LSU forward Kavell Bigby-Williams has reportedly signed an Exhibit 10 contract with the Charlotte Hornets. Here what an Exhibit 10 Contract is, according to SLAM.com:
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An Exhibit 10 contract is a one-year, minimum salary NBA contract with a specific Exhibit 10 attachment built into it and no other bonuses.
Bigby-Williams averaged 7.9 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 1.9 blocks per game for the Tigers last season.

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That is about $900,000 for anyone that is wondering. The Exhibit 10 has other clauses but the one-year min for a player with 0 years experience is $900K
Reply5 months
He was a monster for us. Hardest to replace imo. Good luck my dude.
Reply5 months
Good luck, KBW!
Reply5 months
A steal. Dude was STRONG
Reply5 months
Most underrated player on the team last year.
Reply5 months
This guy cane easily be an NBA player. Tall, block shots and rebound. Every team needs a guy like that to go give them 15 to 18 minutes a night.
Reply5 months
That doesn’t explain what an Exhibit 10 contract is.
Reply5 months
Exhibit 10 attachments allow the NBA team to convert a player’s one-year, minimum contract into a two-way contract but this has to occur prior to the start of the regular season Exhibit 10 attachments allow players to earn a bonus of $5,000 to $50,000 in the event that they are waived by the NBA team, then sign a deal with that franchise’s G League affiliate* and remain with that affiliate team for 60 days.
5 months
Thought he was with Denver. Love the guy
Reply5 months
Him and Tremont were the most important players on the team in my opinion. Dude was a bamf for us.
Reply5 months
Thanks Kavell, wouldn’t have won the SEC without you!
Reply5 months
All the best for Kavell!
Reply5 months
Probably my favorite player on the team this year. His defensive presence was invaluable to the team.
Reply5 months
KBW is more NBA ready than Naz
Reply5 months
Congrats Kavell. You deserve anything you get. You were my fav tiger last year
Reply5 months
Good for him.
Reply5 months
My man!
Reply5 months
That will give him a shot to prove himself! Good luck!!!
Reply5 months
Yay!
Reply5 months
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