According to Jason Jones of The Athletic, the Sacramento Kings have signed Jahmi'us Ramsey to a three-year rookie contract, with two of those seasons fully guaranteed, a replica of Justin James' deal from last season.
Kings have signed second-round pick Jahmi'us Ramsey to a three year rookie deal with two years guaranteed, per league sources.
— Jason Jones (@mr_jasonjones) December 4, 2020
As one of the youngest players in the draft, Ramsey was selected 43rd overall after averaging 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists, while knocking down nearly 43% of his three-point attempts in his freshman year at Texas Tech. Our very own Brenden Nunes described Ramsey as one of the steals of the 2020 NBA Draft and compared him to a calmer version of JR Smith.
Now that the Kings have locked up both of their second round picks, only Tyrese Haliburton remains unsigned, but his contract is more of a formality than anything that must be negotiated. Over the next four years, he'll make around $15 million. From a roster perspective, Monte McNair is likely done with free agency outside of a couple of possible camp deals. The Kings currently sit at 17 rostered players, meaning they'll need to cut at least two before the season begins. Frank Kaminsky and Chimezie Metu are the most likely candidates with their non-guaranteed deals, while an expiring player like Jabari Parker, who doesn't seem to have a future with the organization, could also be released, with Sacramento eating his $6.5 million salary.