On Wednesday afternoon, The Athletic/Stadium’s NBA insider Shams Charania reported that the Los Angeles Lakers would waive guard Zach Norvell Jr, whom they had on a two-way contract. That spot will be immediately filled in by forward Devontae Cacok, who has spent the last month playing with the South Bay Lakers, their G League affiliate.
Although he entered the 2019-20 season facing high expectations after impressive showings in Vegas Summer League and the preseason, Norvell struggled during his first month in the G League. In 12 games with South Bay, he averaged 13.2 points, 3 rebounds, and 2.7 assists on 35% from the field and 34% from 3 on 7.9 attempts per game. Those numbers...
I been watching the Lakers and they have been surprisingly good.
Be glad when Cousins come back. The big man are surprisingly working great together.
I think Lakers need an extra big man and 2 or 3 (point shooters) to secure then with the eventual battle with the Flippers.
Does anybody know what players Lakers could get to help Lakers to secure a championship this year?
Lakers got everything going on except for 3-point shooting.This is what I always knew what Lebron was missing. A great coach and having big men protecting the rim, getting rebounds and performing well offensively.