Kings Sign Second-Rounder Frank Mason

JULY 15: Mason signed a three-year deal with the Kings, according to Keith Smith of RealGM (via Twitter). Mason’s deal is believed to be fully guaranteed for 2017/18 and he will likely hit restricted free agency in 2020.

JULY 13: The Kings have signed Frank Mason, according to the team’s website. Sacramento has remaining cap room, so Mason may receive more than just a two-year deal, and it’s possible that it will be worth more than the minimum salary.

Mason spent four seasons at Kansas where he played in 145 games and averaged 13.0 points per contest. He was named the AP National Player of the Year during his senior season after leading his team to a 31-5 record while averaging 20.9 points and 5.2 assists per contest.

Sacramento selected the point guard with the No. 34 overall pick in the 2017 draft. He is one of four prospects drafted by the team.

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13 thoughts on “Kings Sign Second-Rounder Frank Mason

  1. Bransonreynolds

    Good for frank. Another undervalued player underdrafted because he’s a senior. Guy knows how to play

      • Bransonreynolds

        That’s underdrafted. 2nd round is no guarantee to get any money or make a team. id rather be tied to mason for a first rd contract than some of the dudes in rd 1

    • formerlyz

      He went 34 b/c he is 5″10, but draft position doesn’t matter once it’s over.

  2. acarneglia

    The Kings depth at PG should be solid for at least the next three years(length of Hill’s contract)

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