The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to sign undrafted rookie Michael Frazier. 

By SI Wire
August 16, 2015

The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to sign undrafted rookie Michael Frazier II, a team spokesman confirmed to the Los Angeles Times

The deal is for two years at the rookie minimum, with a $50,000 guarantee in the first year, the Times reports. 

Frazier, a 6'4" shooting guard, is known primarily for his perimeter shooting ability. He shot 43.2% from beyond the arc in his three seasons with Florida but his three-point shooting percentage declined each year, going from 46.8% as a freshman to 38% as a junior.

Frazier played in the NBA Summer League with the Golden State Warriors. He averaged 4.5 points and 2.8 assists in 15.8 minutes over six games. He went 0 for 11 on three-point attempts.

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Frazier joins Kobe Bryant, Nick Young, Lou Williams and Jabari Brown as the other shooting guards on the Lakers’ roster. 

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