Lakers agree to deal with undrafted SFA guartd Harris

Former Stephen F. Austin shooting guard Kevon Harris drives to the basket during a game last season.

The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a deal with former Stephen F. Austin shooting guard Kevon Harris, agent Billy Davis told Ben Stinar of Forbes.

Harris is 6-foot-6 and went undrafted after four years with the Lumberjacks. He averaged 17.5 points in 31 games as a senior, shooting 47 percent from the field and 41 percent on 3-pointers.

The terms of the contract haven’t been announced, but it is likely an Exhibit 10 “make good” deal — or one-year, minimum salary contract. An Exhibit 10 contract would allow a bonus of up to $50,000 if Harris is waived and remains with the Lakers’ G-League franchise for at least 60 days.


Dennis Schroeder, Alex Caruso, Wesley Matthews and Talen Horton-Tucker are among the guards already on the Lakers’ roster. LeBron James, of course, often plays the position too.

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