Lou Williams Agrees To 3-Year $21 Million Deal With Lakers


The NBA free agency train keeps chugging along. With the Lakers striking out in the LaMarcus Aldridge lottery, they’ve made moves to ensure this off season isn’t a total bust.

The Lakers and Sixth Man of the Year guard Lou Williams have agreed to a three-year-$21-millon deal.

Williams had a career year last season with the Toronto Raptors, averaging 15.5 points and 2.1 assists, earning him the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year award.  

LouWill thrived off the court too. Drake dropped a whole song about him on “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” entitled “Sixth Man.”

Lou was a hot topic on social media as well, because of his unique relationship with two girlfriends.

That situation didn’t last too long for obvious reasons.

Does this mean a Nick Young trade is on the horizon?

The Lakers are also on the verge of a trade with the Indiana Pacers that will land the purple and gold, big man Roy Hibbert. He comes with a $15.5 million contract for next season.