After boasting one of the worst small forward rotation’s in recent memory a season ago, the Los Angeles Lakers have a legitimate rotations dilemma on their hands this year. The team signed Luol Deng to a deal reportedly worth $72 million over four years, and also drafted Duke’s Brandon Ingram with the second overall pick.
Lakers head coach Luke Walton has made it clear his plan is to start Deng for now, but how long will that continue? Hosts Harrison Faigen and Anthony Irwin discussed that and more questions about the Lakers’ small forward rotation as position preview week continues on Locked on Lakers.
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