NBA Latest Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers Possible Trade Scenarios
The latest trade rumors are still creeping around the Los Angeles Lakers as the fans are not pleased with the teams performance since last season. Trade rumors are suggesting that there are three possible trade scenarios for the Lakers to try and turn their fortunes around.
NBA Latest Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers And Paul George
According to Sportsrageous, Los Angeles Lakers currently have three shooting forwards on their roster in Luol Deng, Metta World Peace, and Brandon Ingram. The Lakers are willing to part ways with at least one of them for Paul George.
However, the Lakers would have to get craftier to make a deal for George as the Pacers still don't want to lose him. George's contract is a CBA-friendly one, this trade is still doubtful for the regular season, but a deal might happen once the NBA Draft arrives.
NBA Latest Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers And John Wall
According to the Washington Post, John Wall feels underappreciated by his team, and he wants to get out as soon as possible, and the Lakers may be a possible destination for him. Wall is currently averaging a double-double with 23.6 PPG and 10.0 APG.
The Lakers could offer D'Angelo Russell, or Jordan Clarkson in some type of deal if they were to have a player with the talents of John Wall. NBA critics believe that if there is one team in the NBA where Wall could really shine, as the rebuild continues, it has to be the Lakers.
NBA Latest Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers And Hassan Whiteside
NBA Trade Rumors suggested that the Heat Miami would give up center Hassan Whiteside in exchange for three players from the Lakers, Timofey Mozgov, Julius Randle, and Nick Young. Whiteside is a player that any NBA team would like to have on their roster as he is averaging 17.3 PPG and 14.3 RPG in 34 games this season.
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