The Knicks have signed second-round pick Damyean Dotson, the team announced Monday.
The team did not disclose the terms of the deal, which is believed to be three years, according to multiple reports.
Fred Kerber of the New York Post reports Dotson is guaranteed about $2.2 million during the first two years, while the third year is a team option.
Dotson, who averaged 12.1 points per game and shot 44.1 percent from 3-point range during the Summer League, has impressed head coach Jeff Hornacek.
"Damyean can really shoot the ball,'' Hornacek said, according to the New York Post's Marc Berman earlier in July. "He's athletic. The games sometimes gets a little fast when he's thinking what's the next [step] when he should shoot the ball. That's all stuff we can work with him on. He showed he can really stroke it from deep. Shooting is huge, another weapon we can get on the court. He gets an open look, it's a good chance he'll make it.''
The shooting guard posted 17.4 point and 6.9 rebounds per game over his senior season at the University of Houston.