Although the Los Angeles Lakers aimed to play it back as much as possible with their existing core, they clearly wanted to add some additional contributors as well.
He started the NBA’s free agency period on Friday coming to terms Along with forward Taurean Prince, a 3-and-D player who spent the last two seasons with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
then los angeles agreed upon a contract Along with Gabe Vincent, a gutsy two-way guard who played a key role in helping the Miami Heat reach the NBA Finals. it even then managed to keep signed forward Rui Hachimura on a new three-year deal.
The team also signed 6-foot-7 forward Cam Raddish, who was a 2019 lottery pick.
The deal is reportedly for the minimum wage of the veteran.
Reddish hasn’t put it all together in four NBA seasons yet. He is averaging a career high 10.3 points in 24.9 minutes of the game, but he has shot only 39.9 percent overall and 32.2 percent from 3-point range.
He spent the first half of the season with the New York Knicks, where he was benched for long periods, before being traded to the Portland Trail Blazers. The forward is a player who has been on the Lakers’ radar for some time.
If he eventually realizes his potential as a 3-and-D player, he could turn out to be a good value signing for the Purple and Gold.