The Lakers might be looking at Glenn Robinson III as they look to make their final moves of NBA free agency. As things stand right now, the Lakers only have a few roster spots left to hand out in free agency (likely three remaining, provided Anthony Davis re-signs and Alfonso McKinnie is kept, as he is expected to be).
Marc and Pau Gasol are the first brothers to ever play for the Lakers. Could they also be the first brother to play for L.A. simultaneously? Pau Gasol hasn’t suited up for an NBA team since March 10, 2019, when he suffered an ankle injury that was later discovered to be a navicular stress fracture in his left foot.
Kevon Harris could be the next big player to come through the South Bay Lakers. With training camp set to start in a week, the Los Angeles Lakers are slowly filling out their roster for training camp, and on Tuesday they made their latest addition.
Marc Gasol isn’t looking to fill his brother’s shoes, but he’s hopeful that he’ll be able to enjoy the same success that he did. In 2007, the Los Angeles Lakers had two picks in the second round: the No.
Howard believes that his work was done after the second game of the Western Conference Finals. By then, he had already established himself with Jokic and messed with the Nuggets big man enough where he could tone down the talking.
Wait, I thought LeBron was the GM? The Los Angeles Lakers will look a lot different than they did last season following the eventful offseason they’ve had, but there will still be a handful of familiar faces, including Markieff Morris, who announced he was re-upping with the Lakers on Monday.
You could make the argument that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the most-overlooked basketball player based on his production. That’s incredible, given his significant height and the fact he played in Los Angeles for many years.