Kendrick Nunn signs deal with Lakers

Kendrick Nunn’s time with the Miami Heat is over.

The guard has signed a 2-year deal with the Lakers according to Stadium’s Shams Charania.

The deal is reportedly worth $10-million.

Anthony has earned more than $260 million in salary in his career and is a 10-time All-Star, six-time All-NBA selection and three-time Olympic gold medalist. Success has eluded him on the postseason stage, though. In 13 career playoff appearances, Anthony’s teams have made the conference finals just once, and he has yet to play in the NBA Finals.

The Heat originally had the right to match any offer for Nunn, but earlier Tuesday, they took away his qualifying offer. That meant Nunn was no longer a restricted free agent.

Nunn averaged 14.6 points for the Heat last season.

Nunn, 26, will now try to win a championship with LeBron James and the Lakers.