The great 2019 purge of the Charlotte Hornets roster continues. After the Hornets elected against offering center Frank Kaminsky a qualifying offer, the four-year vet reached an agreement with the Phoenix Suns on a two year contract.
Free agent Frank Kaminsky has agreed to a two-year, $10M deal with the Suns, agent @KB_Sports tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 1, 2019
The deal is for two years, $10 million, or $5 million per year if you’re not good at math.
I’m kinda surprised the value of this deal isn’t higher. There was supposed to be a significant market for Kaminsky’s services. Normally that means a bidding war resulting in a significant contract for the player.
Kaminsky joins a no good very bad Suns team. He’ll probably split time with Dario Saric at the power forward spot while spending a few minutes at center.
Kaminsky played well for the Hornets down the stretch, as has been the case for his entire career. It’ll be interesting to see if Kaminsky can put together a good season from start to finish elsewhere.