Everybody’s got an opinion. Surely, you’ve noticed. People love to weigh in on a subject – whether they’re qualified to or not. The same is true in the NBA.
Armchair GMs around the world have got all of the solutions. They can tell you exactly what your team needs to do in order to improve.
That holds especially true for the Los Angeles Lakers. Granted, they could use the help.
At the same time, it appears as though the organization is hesitant to use its future draft capital to improve the team now.
The options will naturally be limited if the Lakers truly intend not to part with future draft capital. Could they land a player whose team wants to move on? Evan Fournier of the New York Knicks could perhaps be intriguing.
Here’s a deal that might improve them where they won’t have to.