Kenny Hasbrouck, former Siena star before joining the D-League last season, will sign a contract today that will put him on the Miami Heat's training camp roster according to Fox 23 News in Albany, NY.
Hasbrouck was called up from the D-League's Rio Grande Valley Vipers in March and was eventually extended a contract for the remainder of the season after his two 10-day deals expired.
The deal, which could pay Kenny upwards of $200,000, is not guaranteed until December 1st.
"I'm grateful for it to finally happen, to finally put my name on the paper where I know I'm going to be secure for at least a couple months. So, it's good," Hasbrouck told FOX23 during his visit back to Siena College Tuesday.
Hasbrouck was Miami's leading scorer in the Vegas Summer League averaging 13.6 PPG to go with 2.4 RPG and 2.4 APG in 5 games.
I'm guessing the $200,000 mentioned is the amount of money he'll make if he makes it to the December 1 guarantee date since the mininum NBA contract for a second-year pro is $762,195, but that still isn't a bad chunk of change for a player that was one of the more surprising call-ups from the D-League last season.
The Heat also invited Shavlik Randolph to camp Tuesday.