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The Los Angeles Lakers are considering all of their options leading up to the trade deadline. That may seem like a given when you consider Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys China the situation that they’re in with LeBron James and Anthony Davis, but not even the most essential role players on the team appear to be completely safe from being moved.

We already knew that the Lakers had made Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Montrezl Harrell available, but according to Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report, starting point guard Dennis Schröder could be dealt as well:

Schröder’s availability is a new and somewhat surprising development. The Lakers acquired the 27-year-old, German-born point guard in a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder last offseason and since then, he’s been a steady presence for them in the starting lineup. Through 40 games this season, Schröder has averaged 15 points, 4.7 assists, 3.5 rebounds and a steal per game.

Schröder has also expressed a desire sign a long-term contract extraction with the Lakers on several occasions, but with the caveat that the terms of the deal had to be fair. Within that context, it’s possible that both sides haven’t been able to agree on a number, and that the Lakers are now working on finding a trade partner for him to avoid losing him for nothing in the summer.

Now I understand that’s no small assumption to make, especially given the limited information we have, but with rumors that it could take of north of $20 million for the Lakers to keep him in Los Angeles and the Lakers’ reported interest in Kyle Lowry, it’s not outrageous to guess that Schröder could be flipped.

The thing Lakers fans should be wary of is too many players going out, particularly at the guard spots. For example, if Schröder, Caldwell-Pope, Marc Gasol and a future first-round pick is enough to get you Kyle Lowry, then you can probably like with a guard rotation of Lowry, Caruso and Talen Horton-Tucker in the postseason. However, if Lowry takes all three of Schröder, Caldwell-Pope and Horton-Tucker, the Lakers run the risk of not being able to fill those holes in the buyout market.

One thing’s clear however: the Lakers haven’t been sitting on their hands like everyone thought they’d be after the offseason they had. The next 24 hours could get really interesting. The deadline for deals is Thursday at noon.

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As the March 25 trade deadline fast approaches, the Los Angeles Lakers find themselves in a precarious situation as without LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the team has looked completely unfamiliar.

The current three-game losing skid has left the Lakers searching for alternatives to improve the talent on the roster, but the current Stitched Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys salary cap situation makes finances tricky to navigate.

The Lakers have had to operate carefully as they’re a team above the max cap space, and sometimes moves may require a team to go into the luxury tax, which controlling owner Jeanie Buss expressed a willingness to do.

However, it may be more suitable for Los Angeles to attempt to shed current contracts on the roster to free up additional cap space to provide cushion for other moves, and trading forward Alfonzo McKinnie is a possibility, according to The Athletic:

The Lakers are $3.3 million over the tax and just $1 million from the hard cap, with two open roster spots that they can’t yet fill due to the hard cap. Paying somebody to take Alfonzo McKinnie ($1.5 million) would lighten both those burdens considerably, especially with the Lakers — as always — being the lead horse in any buyout race.

As aforementioned, McKinnie is in the second year of a four-year deal, and since he doesn’t play an essential role when the team is at full health, moving on from him would make sense and cause little damage to the rotation.

McKinnie played important bench roles for the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers during the last two seasons, but in 23 games played for the Lakers this year, he’s averaged just 5.3 minutes. In the absence of James, McKinnie has received a few extra minutes but is someone the Lakers can easily replace after creating more leeway with their cap situation.

It will be interesting to see if the Lakers need to sweeten a potential deal by adding one of their second-round picks from 2023 to 2025 to increase the chances of finding a buyer for McKinnie, but he’s also not a major salary dump.

The Lakers also reportedly have an edge over the Brooklyn Nets for Andre Drummond’s signature if the center is bought out, and even though they can only offer a minimum deal, moving on from McKinnie could open the door to pursue other possible buyout candidates as well.

Frank Vogel confident in Lakers roster, not expecting big trade deadline moves
The basketball on display by the Lakers has been far from desirable, but it’s not surprising given the context of missing James and Davis, the core players of the franchise.

Even with the two healthy, though, some questions emerged if the talent around them was adequate enough to defend their recent championship win and that L.A. may need to make a splash at the trade deadline to increase the odds of going back-to-back.

Lakers head coach Frank Vogel, however, is confident in the current roster.

“The biggest thing is we just have to get healthy. Those conversations are for the front office. My expectation is we’re going to win games with this group. I believe in the group that we have,” Vogel said following the Lakers’ loss to the New Orleans Pelicans.

“If nothing happens, we’re going to win games. We’re going to figure out a way to win games during this stretch and it will benefit us during the long run. I’m not sure if we’ll see any changes or not. Most trade deadline situations there’s been a lot of talks that result in nothing and that’s my expectation as a coach.”

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When the Los Angeles Lakers signed veteran guard Wes Matthews, there were many happy people that felt good about having the journeyman on the team. After all, he was a known player for his defensive Custom Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys skills, three-point shooting, and a pretty good scorer.

Then there were those that were wondering, ” Wes Matthews who?” To be fair and honest, I have to now agree with the second group because it seems to me that Matthews has been invisible thus far.

He is averaging career lows in points per game at 4.2. His field goal percentage is at 34%. From three-point, he is shooting 33.6% which is the second-lowest of his career. So, all the numbers are pointed negatively and things just don’t seem to be going well for him in Los Angeles.

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To top it all off, he has failed to score a single point in 10 of the games he played in this season.

The Los Angeles Lakers must be asking ‘where is Wesley Matthews?’
To be quite honest, Matthews has failed to be effective on defense. There are times when he looks either a bit slow or just plain out of place. Either way, Matthews has not been doing what the Lakers had brought him in to do.

The question is, what can be done with him at this point? Can the Lakers actually trade him away and get value for him? I doubt they can do it unless it is done in a package deal with another player.

Matthews is averaging 20 minutes a game. What other choice do the Lakers have at this point now with both Anthony Davis and LeBron James out with injuries, but to play whom they have on their roster and hopefully get some positive play from them? Eventually, this is going to have to change especially if LeBron’s recovery time is lengthy.

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Unless Matthews can turn things around, I see no reason why the Lakers wouldn’t part ways with him. The question now is just how do they intend to do that at this point in the season? One thing is for sure, he’s not contributing.