Montero, without being drafted, would sign a contract with the Knicks

The New York Knicks and undrafted free agent guard Jean Montero have reached an agreement on a "exhibit 10"a source tells ESPN’s Jonathan Givony.

An agreement of "exhibit 10" it’s a one-year minimum salary contract that counts toward a team’s 20-player offseason roster cap, but doesn’t count toward the cap unless the player is part of the regular-season roster. Although not guaranteed, a player with a contract of "exhibit 10" You can earn a bonus of up to $50,000 if you drop and then join your team’s G League affiliate.

Montero, who will turn 19 in July, began his professional career with Spain’s Gran Canaria and played in the new Overtime Elite program in 2021/22. The shooting guard is considered a gifted scorer and has also exhibited creativity as a passer, according to Givony, who writes in his report that the youngster’s inconsistent defense is a concern.

Montero was the No. 4 prospect on ESPN’s list of players not drafted Thursday night.

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