Undrafted UTEP forward Vince Hunter has reached an agreement including a partial guarantee with the Sacramento Kings on Thursday, according to league sources.
The years of Hunter’s agreement aren’t finalized, and both sides are working on it.
Vince Hunter went unselected in the June NBA draft. Hunter scored 14.9 points along with 9.2 rebounds per game in his final season as a sophomore at UTEP.
With signing Vince Hunter, the Kings have revamped their roster, according to ESPN.
Sacramento has reached agreement on deal with undrafted UTEP forward Vince Hunter, including partial guarantee, league sources tell RealGM.
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Hunter’s Future At Kings
Vince Hunter now faces an uphill task to make it to Sacramento’s roster. The partial guarantee is for the training camp to be held in September.
The Kings can send four men to Reno Bighorns if those players agree to feature in the D-League.
6-foot-8 Hunter is renowned as an energetic guy with exceptional athleticism and “multi-positional defensive potential.” He featured for the Philadelphia 76ers in the Las Vegas summer-league. In four games, Hunter averaged seven points and 5.5 rebounds for the 76ers’ entry.