Kent Bazemore is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association.
As a junior at Old Dominion University in 2010–11, Bazemore won the Lefty Driesell Award, an award given to the best defensive player in college basketball.
Kent Bazemore Lakers
The Los Angeles Lakers acquired Steve Blake in exchange for Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks.
In a loss against the New Orleans Pelicans on March 4, he tied his then career-best of 23 points. This will be Bazemore’s third stint with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Kent Bazemore Full Name
Kent Bazemore’s full name is Kenneth Lamont “Kent” Bazemore Jr.
Kent Bazemore Age
Kent Bazemore is 32 years old. He was born on July 1, 1989.
Kent Bazemore Height
Kent Bazemore stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Kent Bazemore Injury
It appears that Kent Bazemore (COVID-19 protocols) is not on the injury report for Friday’s game against the Trail Blazers.
In the absence of Bazemore (COVID-19 protocols), he is scheduled to play Friday’s game against the Trail Blazers.
Kent Bazemore Contract
Kent Bazemore signed a 1 year / $2,401,537 contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, including $2,401,537 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $2,401,537. In 2022-23, Bazemore will earn, while carrying a cap hit of $1,766,970.
Kent Bazemore Salary
Kent Bazemore takes home an annual average salary of $2,401,537 as a professional basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Kent Bazemore Net Worth
Kent Bazemore has an estimated net worth of $90 million.
Kent Bazemore Wife
Kent Bazemore Children
Baseball player Kent Bazemore and his wife, Samantha Serpe have two children, a daughter, and a son. They are Jett Bazemore and Nixon Louise.
Kent Bazemore Position
Kent Bazemore’s basketball positions on the field are shooting guard and small forward.
Kent Bazemore Draft
After being overlooked by the NBA in 2012, Bazemore played in the Orlando Summer League for the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Las Vegas Summer League for the Golden State Warriors.
He joined Golden State on July 26. The Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League were his first-year team, and he played for them a number of times during the season.