Forrmerly undrafted guard Terence Davis has played his way into a two-year contract with the Sacramento Kings. Reportedly, the money on the new contract is guaranteed. Now, Davis will stay put in Sacramento after being traded there in March of 2021.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported the news via Twitter on Tuesday.
Free agent guard Terence Davis has agreed to a two-year, guaranteed deal to stay with the Sacramento Kings, his agents Rich Beda, Steven Heumann and Austin Brown of @CAA_Basketball tell ESPN.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) August 4, 2021
Davis set career highs minutes, rebounds, assists, steals and points in the 27 games he played with the Kings, albeit with a smaller sample size. Before becoming a King, he was given a chance by the Raptors after their NBA Championship-winning season, playing in all but 10 games of his first season in Toronto. He was then traded for a second-round pick.
Sacramento selected NCAA-champion point guard Davion Mitchell in the 2021 NBA Draft, but lost big man Hassan Whiteside. Davis will now have a rookie setting him up in the backcourt.
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