The Los Angeles Lakers allegedly wants to bring back Metta World Peace, formerly Ron Artest, in order to add more depth to the roster. Read on to know more details.
According to SWR, the Los Angeles Lakers wishes to add more depth to the roster. As a means, the basket ball team considers Metta as a bench option. Now, the team and Metta’s representatives are in discussion about a one-year contract. Indeed, World Peace would be a great addition to the team if he actually signs their free agent deal, reported Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo Sports.
The Lakers recently added D’Angelo Russell, Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams, and Brandon Bass. The Lakers further announced that Michael Frazier of Florida Gators men’s basketball team has signed a contract with them. The team also announced that they have brought in Jonathan Holmes who would “compete for roster spot along with Frazier.”
If the former fan favorite World Peace joins the team, it would be adding more depth to the Lakers roster. In fact, it would be a plus point for Kobe Bryant and the bench.
SIR CHARLES IN CHARGE reported that Metta World Peace played in both China and Italy. The basketball player wishes to revive his NBA career. If the 35-year-old defensive maestro reunites with the Lakers, he would be an expert player who could mentor for the team’s young talents like D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson and Julius Randle.
After the worst win percentage in franchise history, the Los Angeles Lakers made numerous moves, highlighted by drafting D’Angelo Russell and trading for Roy Hibbert. While the team recently signed Jonathan Holmes, they are also reportedly signing Michael Frazier.
The Los Angeles Lakers makes several moves to improve their winning percentage in franchise history, according to LAKERS NATION. They have added D’Angelo Russell, and Roy Hibbert. They have also allegedly signed Jonathan Holmes and Michael Frazier. Now, they are trying to reunite with Metta World Peace. All their moves aim in adding more depth to their roster.
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