The Lakers ready to recruit a big star for this summer!
Perhaps unhappy with their workforce, the Lakers could strike hard when the free agency opens. The franchise has several names in its sights, including that of a big star. It promises to be explosive.
Eliminated in the first round of the playoffs this season, the Lakers will have things to be forgiven for the rest of the festivities. As of next year, the Californian franchise will return to battle with one intention: to regain its league title, while eliminating the Suns for fun. A recent quote from Anthony Davis just warmed up the fans, but for that, it will be necessary to be patient.
Because by then, there will still be the draft, but also the free agency. An event particularly awaited by the free agents, especially that we will find nice names. Here, we will mainly talk about the case of DeMar DeRozan, who should leave Spurs.
Author of 21.6 points, 6.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds of average, the back was close to joining the All-Star Game in the West this season, but Devin Booker was preferred to him. This does not take away from his superb campaign, which the Angelinos have notified. According to Evan Massey, there is interest in Los Angeles regarding the Compton native.
Free Agency Rumor: The Lakers are reportedly interested in pursuing DeMar DeRozan this offseason, via @massey_evan pic.twitter.com/clDxFjArpw
– Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) July 6, 2021
The Lakers have an interest in DeMar DeRozan for this offseason.
Knowing that DeRozan is from California, it’s all the more reason to think he’ll be interested in coming home in the summer. For the Lakers? We imagine so, even if other teams will want to attract his services on the free agency market.
That’s good, we were just talking about an offer from the Lakers to sign DeRozan. It will be necessary to go through a sign-and-trade, because the front office will not have the necessary funds to offer a direct contract to the former All-Star. Here is a soap opera that could experience upheavals.
On the departure of the Spurs, DeMar DeRozan will generate interest, and count on the Lakers to show it. The rear would do good in Los Angeles, although a more passer-by profile might appeal to the front office. To be continued.