Lakers News: Jabari Brown Signed To Multi-Year Contract


The Los Angeles Lakers only have nine games left in the regular season and fans are hoping next year will bring better luck. With a potential top five draft pick in the balance, the Lakers can only hope the ping pong balls fall their way and they are able to build through the draft.

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Next year should bring some change, but another player on this roster looks to coming back nest season. According to Mike Bresnahan of the LA Times, the Lakers have signed Jabari Brown to a multi-year deal:

After going through two 10-day contracts, the Lakers decided that Brown had done enough to stay for the rest of the season and hopefully come back next year and make the team. His contract is non-guaranteed for next season, so the Lakers can let him go if they want, but he has shown some good upside.

During his time with the Lakers, he has averaged 9.4 points, but his shooting percantages are the most impressive. He is shooting 50 percent from the field and 45.8 percent from long distance.

Brown will likely play for the Lakers Summer League team where he will get a chance to play with Julius Randle. The Lakers might not have the marquee names we have all grown accustomed to, but they are doing a good job at finding players with heart and potential.

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