KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Kansas Jayhawks forward David McCormack has signed an exhibit-10 contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves, the news first reported by Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports.
An exhibit-10 contact is a one-year non-guaranteed deal that lets a player participate in a team’s training camp and the NBA summer league.
The contract can then be adjusted to a two-way deal that allows players to join the team’s developmental G league or participate at the NBA level.
The NBA summer league is set to begin on July 7. It is an 11-day competition held in Las Vegas.
McCormack averaged 10.6 points and 7 rebounds during his senior season. In Big 12 play, he was responsible for 11 double-doubles.
He was also named the 2022 Big 12 Men’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the co-Danny Manning Mr. Jayhawk award winner.
All-time, McCormack finished 46th on KU’s career scoring list with 1,148 points and closed out his career helping Kansas pull off the largest comeback in National Championship history with a 72-69 victory over North Carolina — McCormack had 15 points and 10 rebounds during the April 4 win.