Kyle Kuzma shared his excitement for being able to play alongside LeBron James and Anthony for another two years (at least).
Kuzma agreed to a three-year contract extension with the Lakers, worth $40M, which will keep him in the team until the end of the 2022/23 season. Kuzma has a player option for the 2023/24 season.
“Yeah, I got a great situation having a 2+1 player option and being able to align myself with those guys and also continue to learn and develop … to be in a championship window until my deal is up when I’m into my prime. It’s a win win,” Kuzma told reporters, via Mike Trudell of Spectrum Sportsnet.
For his part, James recently agreed to a two-year, max contract extension with the Lakers, worth $85M, while Davis signed a five-year, $190M, max contract a few weeks ago.