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The New York Knicks are signing undrafted point guard Tyrius Walker to an Exhibit 10 contract to attend training camp, according to his agency (via HoopsRumors).
Walker played for Division II Morehouse College, where he scored 22.8 points per game last season as a senior. He then joined the Knicks’ summer-league team and averaged 6.3 points.
The potential exists that Walker could be waived before the start of camp Tuesday — giving him $50,000 and a spot on the Knicks’ G-League affiliate in Westchester.