3 Potential Landing Spots For James Ennis Before Season

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1. Los Angeles Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers seem like a team that is always involved in veteran role players, which is what James Ennis is, and he could benefit from being on one of the better teams in the league.

The Lakers will once again be favored to come out of the Western Conference in the upcoming season. Both LeBron James and Anthony Davis missed time in the regular season, which caused the Lakers to fall in the standings.

Davis remained out once the postseason came around, and the Lakers were eliminated in the first round. This was a disappointing season, and the Lakers went out and made an immediate blockbuster deal.

Russell Westbrook was acquired from the Washington Wizards, and suddenly, the Lakers have a new big three in town. They do not need to make any more blockbuster deals, but they should be involved in some under-the-radar free-agent targets.

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Ennis has not been signed could show that he is holding out for some better opportunities. There are a few better in the league than the Lakers, and if they are interested, it is a no-brainer for Ennis to sign the contract.

With Trevor Ariza and Talen Horton-Tucker both dealing with injuries that will keep them sidelined to begin the regular season, it makes all the more sense to sign Ennis.

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