Tennessee guard Jordan Bowden's NBA dreams are set to come true.
Despite going undrafted in the 2020 NBA Draft, the Brooklyn Nets are signing him to an Exhibit-10 contract with an invite to their training camp sources tell the Spurs Zone.
In sum, Exhibit-10 deals are one-year contracts for the league minimum salary. The deals come with an optional bonus of up to $50,000 if the player doesn’t make it in camp but is assigned to the team's G-League affiliate.
Bowden will join a Nets team stacked with talent - Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving - and with a strong chance to make a deep postseason run. He'll be able to learn from one of the best guards in the league as well as bring in his contributions to Brooklyn.
Bowden finished his 4-year college posting career averages of 13.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 38.3% shooting per game. He has solid range, an NBA-ready physique, and a high basketball IQ.
Sources tell the Spurs Zone the San Antonio Spurs did have contact with him ahead of the NBA Draft 2020.
To get to know more about Bowden and his NBA journey, listen to a recent episode of Locked On Spurs below.