NBA: Pacers, former Cornhusker Keisei Tominaga agree to Exhibit 10 deal


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Former Nebraska sharpshooter Keisei Tominaga will get an opportunity to show whether he’s worth a turn in the NBA, as he agreed to an Exhibit 10 deal with the Indiana Pacers, ESPN reported on Friday.

Tominaga was named second-team All-Big Ten last season after helping lead Nebraska to an NCAA Tournament bid for the first time since 2014.

Winner of this year’s College Three-Point content, he notched 76 3-pointers last season, on his way to compiling a 37.4 percent clip for 3-pointers over his three seasons as a Cornhusker.

Tominaga averaged 11.4 points, 1.8 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 22.7 minutes in 94 games (57 starts) with Nebraska.

An Exhibit 10 contract is essentially a tryout that includes a one-year, minimum-salary NBA contract. Teams have until the start of the regular season to convert that contract into a two-way contract with the player.

–Field Level Media


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