The Lakers have signed four players to Exhibit 10 contracts ahead of training camp next month — point guard Scotty Pippen Jr., shooting guard Bryce Hamilton, guard Damion Baugh, and forward Vincent Valerio-Bodon.
Pippen is the son of former Bulls great Scottie Pippen and spent last season on a two-way deal with the Lakers as a rookie. He spent the majority of his time with the South Bay Lakers of the G League, appearing in 19 games and averaging 21.4 points and 5.6 assists.
Hamilton also played for the South Bay Squad as a rookie in 2002-23, averaging 14.1 and 4.6 rebounds in 29 games.
Baugh went undrafted after declaring following two seasons with TCU, and two before that at Memphis. Last year with the Hornet Frogs, he averaged 12.6 points, 5.8 assists, and 4.7 rebounds in 29 appearances.
Valerio-Bodon has been playing for Sopron KC of Hungary, his home country. He averaged 8.2 and 4.1 rebounds last season, appearing in 30 games.
The Lakers are currently at the preseason roster limit of 21. Fourteen of those players are under guaranteed contract — meaning the four recent signees very well could be headed for the G League.
Los Angeles made the signings official in a press release.