Sacramento Kings Ink Ramon Sessions Using BAE


The Sacramento Kings and veteran guard Ramon Sessions have reportedly agreed to a two-year $4.2 million deal, as the Kings exercised their right to use their bi-annual exception.

Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski first reported the news on Twitter.

Sessions split time between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Charlotte Bobcats last season, and averaged 12.3 points, 4.1 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game in a little over 25 minutes per contest.

The Kings, after letting Isaiah Thomas walk to the Phoenix Suns during free agency, have recovered by signing Darren Collison and now Sessions this offseason.

The biggest loser on the Kings this offseason? Second-year player Ray McCallum, who will now be the third point guard off the bench in Sacramento.

Sessions has played with the Bucks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Bobcats and Minnesota Timberwolves. The Kings will be his fifth team in seven seasons.