The NBA team Los Angeles Lakers have reportedly accomplished a deal with the undrafted free agent guards Michael Frazier and Jonathan Holmes as they will be competing with the players like Robert Upshaw, Tarik Black and Jabari Brown. Read on to know more in details.
According to the sports organization’s official website, LA Lakes general manager Mitch Kupchak that Holmes has signed a multi-year contract with the team. However, the corporate is yet to give the detail information about the deal. It is only said that the team has made a deal with Holmes as an undrafted player and the deal is reported “partially guaranteed.”
Holmes spent four seasons (between 2011 and 2015) at the University of Texas. After he was undrafted, Holmes scored an average 9.2 points and 5.9 rebounds in 23.1 minutes per game. It was against over 127 contests with the Longhorns. The 22-year old player can both defend well becoming low and shoot the ball from outside.
David Pick and Mark Stein reported last week that the LA Lakers were targeting to make the roster. They did it by signing deals with the players like Sean Kilpatrick, Toure Murry, Bobby Brown and Eric Moreland. Although the deal between the LA Lakers and these players are not accomplished yet, but they could be the options for the team in near future.
The Sports Quotient recently reported that Holmes’ agent clarified the term of a contract, which is worth $1.4 million. The mammoth amount also includes $100,000 guaranteed in Holmes’ first season. Oppositely, Frazier also agreed to the terms and conditions of the LA Lakers on Sunday. However, he will be officially signing with the team in the next few days.
The LA Lakers will reportedly make a deal for the two-year contract with Jonathan Holmes with a minimum salary offered is $1.4 million. The undrafted guard’s contract includes the guarantee of his first-year salary that amounts $50,000.
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