Lakers Re-Sign Devin Ebanks

The Lakers officially announced today that they've re-signed Devin Ebanks, according to Mike Trudell of Lakers.com (via Twitter). Ebanks' re-signing had been anticipated for over a month, with the team and player waiting until after there was resolution Dwight Howard to make things official, in case the 22-year-old needed to be included in a deal as a signed-and-traded piece.

Ebanks, a restricted free agent, elected to sign his qualifying offer and return on a one-year deal worth $1,054,389, so he'll hit free agency again next summer. In 2011/12, the 6'9" forward played in 24 games, starting half of them, with averages of 4.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in 16.5 minutes per game.

The Lakers also announced today that they've signed Jodie Meeks.

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LAngels15
2 years 10 months ago

I honestly never understood how a player isn’t content with 1M dollars. It takes alot of years for majority of people in America. I mean 1M YOUR SET! This comment referring to Sessions i wish he picked up his option. But hey some guys are greedy. Glad to see Ebanks back but after this year he is going to walk. Like every other one.