With their four signings on Thursday, the Lakers are (probably) done making moves ahead of training camp. Here’s where their roster stands.
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.
As the Lakers work to fill out their roster this offseason, here’s our list that will be constantly updated of every player coming to Lakers training camp.
We will be updating this page with the Lakers’ training camp roster as it fills out.
The Lakers are adding an extra body for training camp by signing the former Kansas guard.
After turning down more money to come to Los Angeles, Kendrick Nunn could be key for the Lakers this season as a valuable role player.
Rajon Rondo returns to the Lakers after a season with three different franchises, and now has quite the expectations to live up to.
While none of them may be sexy names, there are still a number of players the Lakers could sign in free agency to round out their roster.
The Lakers’ trade for Russell Westbrook is official. Here’s how the addition could help the team.
The Lakers have officially signed Carmelo Anthony, which will put his ability to sacrifice to the ultimate test
For the first time in his career, Carmelo Anthony is on a real title contender. Is he willing to make the sacrifices necessary to contribute?
Talen Horton-Tucker has been the youngest player on the Lakers’ roster each of his first two seasons. That won’t change this season, but this time it will be by a large margin.
Malik Monk could give the Lakers the type of dangerous shooter and scorer they were missing last season.
Going into his third season in the NBA, Kendrick Nunn has the opportunity to make a meaningful leap and raise the veteran-heavy Lakers’ ceiling.
Trevor Ariza is a member of the Lakers once again as his career comes full circle.
After crashing out of the playoffs in part due to putrid 3-point shooting, one of the Lakers’ first moves in free agency was bringing back Wayne Ellington.
The Lakers re-signed Dwight Howard last offseason — until they didn’t. He’s now officially returning to the team after one season with the Philadelphia 76ers.
What is Rob Pelinka planning?
Lakers veteran Marc Gasol confirmed at the Olympics that he will play (at least) one more season in purple and gold.
Can the Lakers bring the Summer League trophy (or trophies!) back to Los Angeles?
As the Summer League returns next month, a handful of familiar names — including Zavier Simpsons and Dakota Mathias — will return for the Lakers as well
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The Lakers have one more chance to add an impact player before the NBA playoffs.
The Lakers don’t really have seeding to play for anymore, so Frank Vogel says we should expect to see a few deeper role players get some opportunities.
Green also talked about the growth the Lakers showed before the season was suspended.
The Lakers have a full roster after adding Dion Waiters, so they would have to cut someone if they wanted to add J.R. Smith or another free agent.