Found December 13, 2011 on
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The Los Angeles Lakers and forward Josh McRoberts have agreed to a two-year deal, according to ESPNLosAngeles.com.
Roberts, a former Duke standout, will reportedly earn a total of $6 million.
The 24-year-old McRoberts averaged 7.4 points and 5.3 rebounds with the Indiana Pacers last season.
McRoberts will supply some much-needed size to a Lakers frontcourt that lost Lamar Odom via a trade and Derrick Caracter to a torn meniscus.
The Lakers have been actively engaged in trade talks, including a vetoed deal for Chris Paul, but have been unable to swing a trade.
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The Los Angeles Lakers were left with a big void in front court depth when the team dealt versatile forward and reigning sixth man of the year Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks. Apparently the Lakers are moving quickly to address that void and will sign free agent forward Josh McRoberts to a two year, [...]
The Lakers would like to build a trade around Pau Gasol but will need a third team to help facilitate a trade with the Hornets.
If Posey was to come back to Boston it'd have to be after he first cleared waivers, then cleared through the bidding process between all the teams under the cap. I expect that with his age and lack of production he'll make it through clean... but do the Celtics actually want him?
Posey isn't the same player he was back in '07. He really only is taking three pointers...
General manager Mitch Kupchak says the Los Angeles Lakers traded Lamar Odom to Dallas only because he demanded to leave town after another deal fell through last week. Kupchak attempted Monday to explain the Lakers' frenetic four days since proposing a deal to acquire New Orleans point guard Chris Paul in a three-team trade last Thursday, only to have the NBA squash the deal.
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) -- General manager Mitch Kupchak says the Los Angeles Lakers traded Lamar Odom to Dallas only because he demanded to leave town after another deal fell through last week.
The Clippers' trade for Chris Paul may not make them better than the Lakers but it certainly makes them more interesting.The Clippers now have put pressure on the Lakers, and how funny a sentence is that?
From ESPN LA... looks like the Lakers needed to find another impact player since Chris Paul got traded to the Clippers and Dwight Howard is off the trade market for the time being (sarcasm).
The Los Angeles Lakers worked out free agent forward Troy Murphy
on Wednesday evening as the team continues to try to add roster depth
while only being able to offer the veteran's minimum...
Per multiple reports, two time all-star forward David West has agreed to play for the Indiana Pacers next season. West signed a two-year deal with the Pacers for about $20 million, according to indystar.com: David West, the Pacers’ likely starting power forward, agreed to a two-year, $20 million deal Sunday afternoon. “David looks at the [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Josh McRoberts on Wednesday.