Washington, Hornets agree to 3-year, $48M deal

Washington, Hornets agree to 3-year, $48M deal

Restricted free agent forward P.J. Washington has agreed to a new three-year, $48 million contract to stay with the Hornets, Lift Sports Management agent Kevin Bradbury and Washington Sports Group’s Paul Washington Sr. told ESPN on Saturday.


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