TMZ reports NBA point guard Frank Mason severed ties with the agency but refuses to give back his chain.
Frank Mason was a client of Wayne and Young money since April 2017, right before he was selected in the second round of the draft by the Sacramento Kings. The deal included an advance of $40,000, a coverage of his $52,000 pre-draft expenses and the chain, which equated to $11,000. All of those items would have to be returned if he left the agency, as stated in his contract.
Mason left the agency in April 2018 “at the urging of a former YM employee” but didn’t return anything. Now the Kings guard is being sued for the total amount given, the cost of the chain and damages.
Last season Frank Mason played 52 games averaging nearly 8 points and 3 rebounds. He is in line to make $1.3 million next season.