The New York Knicks have converted Charlie Brown Jr. and Jacob Topping to two-way contracts, having initially signed both players to Exhibit 10 contracts earlier in the offseason.
Brown brings three seasons of NBA experience, having played for the Atlanta Hawks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Dallas Mavericks, and Philadelphia 76ers.
Topping, undrafted from Kentucky in the 2023 NBA Draft, joins the Knicks with a fresh start.
Additionally, the Knicks have waived Mamadi Diakite, Brandon Goodwin, Isaiah Roby (who was waived and re-signed to an Exhibit 10 contract on Saturday), and Duane Washington Jr.
Knicks Convert Charlie Brown Jr, Jacob Toppin To Two-Way Contracts; Waive Four Players https://t.co/KfsDlpagx8
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