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Here’s how the Lakers roster looks after free agency

After an offseason with a handful of new faces coming in, here’s a look at where the Lakers roster stands with their NBA free agency coming to an end.

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Free agency isn’t officially over in any capacity, but the Lakers have made their big moves, and their roster is largely set heading into next season. As Vice President of Basketball Operations Rob Pelinka forecasted in his exit interview, the Lakers kept together their core and swapped pieces around the margins.

What players went and what players came in during free agency? Here’s how things stand after a busy opening period of free agency.

The players the Lakers lost in free agency

  1. Dennis Schröder
  2. Lonnie Walker
  3. Troy Brown Jr.
  4. Wenyen Gabriel
  5. Malik Beasley
  6. Mo Bamba
  7. Tristan Thompson
  8. Shaquille Harrison

The players the Lakers signed in free agency

  1. Taurean Prince
  2. Gabe VIncent
  3. Jaxson Hayes
  4. Cam Reddish

The new, full Lakers roster

  1. LeBron James
  2. Anthony Davis
  3. D’Angelo Russell
  4. Rui Hachimura
  5. Austin Reaves
  6. Gabe Vincent
  7. Jarred Vanderbilt
  8. Taurean Prince
  9. Jaxson Hayes
  10. Cam Reddish
  11. Max Christie
  12. Jalen Hood-Schifino
  13. Maxwell Lewis
  14. Alex Fudge (two-way)
  15. Colin Castleton (two-way)
  16. D’Moi Hodge (two-way)

As things stand, the Lakers have two open roster spots on the roster. The team has used all three of its two-way roster spots. While they do have two openings, the team is expected to leave one roster spot open when they head into the season.

What do you think of the Lakers’ new-look roster? Let us know what you think of the roster, and if it’s good enough for a return trip to the Western Conference Finals — or better — in the comments below.

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