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The rising guard, of Aurora, Ont., signed a four-year, $8.6 million deal on Wednesday. The guaranteed $6.4 million for the first three years is the highest ever in a second-round selection among college ranks.
The Pacers chose Nembhard, a six-foot-five Gonzaga University producer, as No. 31 in this year’s NBA Draft.
ESPN also says that Nembhard will get more guaranteed money from those players selected by Nos. 18-30 in the first round.
Nymbard averaged 6.6 points and five rebounds in five summer league games with the Pacers.
He was a large part of the NCAA’s top-ranked team that headed to the championship last season, averaging 11.8 points and 5.8 assists.