The Dallas Mavericks have signed guard Donte Ingram to an Exhibit 10 contract, per Yahoo! Sports’ Shams Charania. Ingram went undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft after a four-year collegiate at Loyola University, Chicago.
An Exhibit 10 contract is an NBA contract that can be converted to a two-way contract. The contract must be for one season at the minimum with no bonuses of any kind. Only teams with G League affiliates can add the Exhibit 10 attachment.
In his senior season with the Ramblers, the 6-foot-6 Ingram averaged 11 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 1.6 assists. He also shot 44.3 percent from the floor and 39.2 percent from deep.
Ingram played for the Chicago Bulls’ Summer League team this July as well. He appeared in five games in Las Vegas averaging six points, 4.8 rebounds, and 1.4 assists. He connected on 31.2 percent of his shots as well as 31.8 percent from behind the arc.
Against the Mavericks in Summer League, Ingram scored 13 points on 5-9 shooting—including three triples—grabbed two rebounds, and dished four dimes. It was his best game of the summer tournament. Of course it was.
He now joins the Mavericks training camp roster with the shot of converting his current contract to a two-way.