Lakers agree to sign undrafted ex-Florida star Michael Frazier II

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Lakers agree to sign undrafted ex-Florida star Michael Frazier II
Monday August 17th, 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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