Former Florida Gators guard Michael Frazier II has agreed to terms of a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers and will look to make the team as a rookie, Frazier’s agent Matt Ramker confirmed to OnlyGators.com on Sunday.
Frazier, an undrafted free agent who played well for the Golden State Warriors during 2015 NBA Summer League action, was not ultimately signed by the team.
A league source told OnlyGators.com that Frazier’s deal with the Lakers is for two years and has a partial guarantee. Ramker would not confirm the terms of Frazier’s yet-to-be-signed contract.
The Gators’ second-leading scorer in 2014-15 with 12.1 points per game, Frazier was expected to have a breakout season for Florida and certainly made his mark in a number of games, including a 27-point performance at Ole Miss on Jan. 24. He missed seven straight contests for UF – which at 16-17 did not qualify for postseason competition – down the stretch due to a high ankle sprain, finishing the season .417 from the field, .380 from beyond the arc and .871 from the charity stripe. He averaged 4.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 29.2 minutes per game, second-most on the team.