The Los Angeles Lakers were closed during a business week frenzy that led to a deadline last Thursday.
This obviously did not help, as the Lakers persisted in maintaining the same adjustments for the rest of the year, despite ambient noise attempting to direct the movement of the team’s main office.
Or maybe not. There were no exchanges of places completed, but that does not mean that the Lakers ended with the possibility of an investigation to strengthen their troops.
There is still a strong premise that Rob Perlinka is seeking a solid recovery in the free-agent market, and the distinguishing name is former Laker Lance Stevenson.
Eric Pincus of the Bleacher Report thinks Stephenson will rejoin Purple and Gold as a reasonable option for team executives to explore.
He played with Vogel before and LeBron before. It’s not a point, but he played a point, he’s not a shooter, but he can shoot, “Pincus wrote.
I do not support this, but is there a better free agent for the Lakers than Lance Stevenson if there is no better purchase option? He played with Vogel before and with Lebron before, it’s not a point, but he played a point.
He is not a shooter but he can shoot
The 29-year-old forward played with Vogel in Indiana for four years and sculpted with infamous prank and mind games.
After flying around several teams since 2014, he noticed that he played with LeBron James in a Lakers uniform last year. In his only season of the team, he averaged 7.2 points, 3.2 boards and 2.1 assists in 16.5 minutes of action for a total of 68 games.
He has demonstrated his talent to play in China’s to Ning Flying Leopard this season, and currently averages 26.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.8 dimes.
The Lakers’ current partnership has established a solid foundation for franchise campaigns to compete for the championship. They are the best teams in the West, and probably won’t fix anything that isn’t broken, probably because their records are affecting management.