The Knicks and Theo Pinson have agreed to terms on a two-way contract, ESPN's Bobby Marks reported Sunday.
Pinson's option was declined by the Knicks last week, but they've brought him back on a two-way deal that can see him get reps with the Westchester Knicks this season while also playing at MSG if New York decides to call him up.
Pinson went undrafted in 2018 and was then signed by the Nets, where he spent his first two seasons in the NBA.
In 51 career games, the 6-5 G/F is averaging 3.9 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.
The Knicks had picked up Pinson off waivers back in June, but he never suited up for New York.