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The Lakers waived Frank Mason III less than a day after signing him

Just 19 hours after officially signing him to an Exhibit 10 contract, the Los Angeles Lakers have waived Frank Mason III, the team announced. This is an unsurprising development, as the team likely only added Mason to get his rights for their G League team, the South Bay Lakers. NBA teams are required to trim their rosters down to a maximum of 15 players by the start of the regular season (two-way contracts don’t count against this limit), and the Lakers have said they want to leave their final roster spot open for the buyout market and to save money on luxury taxes, so Mason will likely soon be joined by fellow Exhibit 10 signees Trevelin Queen, Chaundee Brown and Cam Oliver.
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Lakers Officially Sign Frank Mason III, Waive Mac McClung

The Los Angeles Lakers announced they have officially signed Frank Mason III to an Exhibit-10 training camp contract while also requesting waivers on Mac McClung in order to clear up a roster spot. Mason brings some experience as he has played in parts of four NBA seasons after originally being...
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Frank Mason III Signs Exhibit 10 Deal With Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed Frank Mason III to an Exhibit 10 training camp deal. Mason averaged 6.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 19.8 minutes over four games last seasons with the Orlando Magic. Mason previously played for the Sacramento Kings and Milwaukee Bucks.
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Lakers sign former G League MVP Frank Mason III to training camp deal, per report

The Los Angeles Lakers have been incredibly patient in filling out the bottom of their roster this offseason. After signing a host of minimum-salary free agents in early August, they were left with only 11 players for nearly a month before moves involving other teams allowed them to add Rajon Rondo and DeAndre Jordan. They eventually promoted undrafted rookie Austin Reaves to the NBA roster, leaving them with 14 players signed for the regular season and only 19 players on the training camp roster. Teams are allowed 20, and finally, with camp already underway, the Lakers settled on player No. 20 on Wednesday.

Lakers Sign Frank Mason III To A Training Camp Deal

Mason, who played college basketball for the University of Kansas, last played in four games last year for the Orlando Magic, before missing the rest of the season with an injury. The ceiling for a guard like Mason is higher than his statistics may show. He was a National Player of the Year when he was a Jayhawk. He was the first player in Big 12 history to average 20 points and 5 assists a game during the regular season, and he was selected as the Big 12 player of the year and a consensus first-team All-American. He also won the 2020 G-League MVP.

Frank Mason III, Lakers Agree To Camp Deal

Frank Mason III has agreed to a training camp deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. Mason was the 34th overall pick out of Kansas in 2017 by the Sacramento Kings. Mason finished the 20-21 season with the Orlando Magic on a Two-Way contract.

Lakers Rumors: Frank Mason III Signed To Training Camp Contract

With training camp getting started last week, the Los Angeles Lakers’ roster for the 2021-22 season is essentially set. The Lakers decided to give their 14th guaranteed roster spot to undrafted rookie Austin Reaves and Rob Pelinka has already indicated they will keep the 15th and final roster spot open to begin the season to maintain flexibility.
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Former KU standout Frank Mason III agrees to training camp deal with Lakers: report

Former University of Kansas point guard Frank Mason III has agreed to a training camp deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported on Wednesday. Mason, 27, played three games for the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2021 Las Vegas Summer League, averaging 13.0 points and 3.7 assists per game.

Frank Mason III Replaces Tyrese Maxey in Sixers' NBA Summer League Starting Lineup

Heading into Saturday night's NBA Summer League matchup, the Philadelphia 76ers were coming off of an impressive overtime win against the Atlanta Hawks. By forming a second-half comeback and forcing overtime, Tyrese Maxey and the Sixers managed to improve to 2-0 with victories over the Dallas Mavericks and the Hawks through their first two Summer League games.

Magic sign Chasson Randle, waive Frank Mason III

The Orlando Magic have signed free agent guard Chasson Randle (CHASE-in) to a two-way contract. In addition, the Magic have waived guard Frank Mason III. Randle (6’2”, 185, 2/5/93) appeared in two games this season with Oklahoma City of the NBA G League, averaging 20.0 ppg., 3.5 rpg. and 2.0 apg. in 26.3 minpg. Last season, he played in three games with Golden State, averaging 1.7 ppg. and 1.7 apg. in 13.3 minpg. Randle also appeared in 23 games last season with Tianjin of the Chinese Basketball Association, averaging 24.9 ppg., 4.1 apg. and 3.4 rpg. in 32.6 minpg.