Lakers signed Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart to their rookie contracts

Lakers introduce 2017 first round draft pick Lonzo Ball of UCLA during press conference at Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo Friday June 23, 2017. Lonzo Ball meets the media after being selected 2nd overall in NBA draft. Photo By Robert Casillas, Daily Breeze/ SCNG

The Lakers signed Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart to their rookie contracts on Monday.

As per the terms of the NBA collective bargaining agreement, Ball is slated to have a four-year deal worth $33 million. The terms for Kuzma and Hart were not immediately available. Rookie center Thomas Bryant is expected to sign his contract soon.

On Monday, the Lakers will also held their first practice for their Vegas Summer League in a closed session at their practice facility in El Segundo. After the 4th of July holiday on Tuesday, the Lakers plan to practice the rest of the week before going to Las Vegas for games on Friday (Clippers), Saturday (Boston) and Monday (Sacramento).

Ball will be the main headliner for the Lakers’ Summer League team, which will also feature second-year forward Brandon Ingram, second-year center Ivica Zubac, second-year guard David Nwaba, Kuzma, Hart and Bryant.


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