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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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Los Angeles Lakers forward Markieff Morris was not happy with the NBA’s scheduling decision after the Lakers lost to the Atlanta Hawks 99-94 on Saturday afternoon.

Not only did the Lakers lose the game, but they also lost superstar LeBron James to an ankle injury.

Morris claimed that the league gave the Lakers a “trap game” by making them play Saturday afternoon.

“They set us with a trap game, whatever you Stitched Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys want to call it. I don’t care how the NBA feel about it,” Morris said.

“It was a trap game playing 20-year-olds at 12 o’clock in the afternoon. They trapped us. We just couldn’t really find it. Me, personally, I find all my shots were short. I end up making some late in the game, but throughout the game just really can’t get over the hump.”

While every team has been given matinee matchups on certain days this year, Morris feels that the Lakers might not have gotten a fair shake on Saturday.

Regardless, the team underperformed on Saturday to fall to 28-14 on the season.

Now, Los Angeles is the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference and will have to make due without James or Anthony Davis for the time being.

The Lakers and Morris will look to prove that they can weather the storm when they take on the Phoenix Suns at 7 p.m. PST tonight.

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Kyle Kuzma of the Los Angeles Lakers gave the TV announcers, and the entire Golden State Warriors bench, something they may have never seen before: an airballed technical foul free-throw attempt.

During second quarter of the Lakers’ win over the Warriors on Monday night, Kuzma attempted a free throw on a technical foul that didn’t just miss, it really, really missed. It missed the rim, it missed the backboard, it missed everything. The commentators calling the game were pretty sure they’d never seen anyone airball a free throw like that before — ever — but the reaction from the Warriors bench was even better. They totally lost their minds. Draymond Green ended up full-out cackling on the sideline.

The Warriors’ bench after the air ball 💀 💀 💀 pic.twitter.com/lLqUr9NbTg

— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) March 16, 2021

It doesn’t look like anyone on the Warriors had ever seen an airballed technical foul free-throw before, either. In case you haven’t, here are a few more angles.

[email protected] is gonna have some fun talking to @kylekuzma about this one 😂 pic.twitter.com/yAPZeadO3N

— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) March 16, 2021

One of the studio analysts didn’t think the Warriors bench was right to react that way to the free throw, saying, “Look at the score.” While the Warriors did end up losing 128-97, they were only down by 10 when Kuzma made that hilariously Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys China awful free-throw attempt. But honestly, it shouldn’t matter if they were leading or losing by 10 or losing by 30. It’s their right as human beings to have an exaggerated, outsized reaction when they see something silly, and it will continue to be their right until the NBA makes it illegal for losing teams to have fun.

Kuzma blamed an earthquake
Kuzma’s free-throw airball was pretty memorable, so he was asked about it during his postgame media session. Kuzma must have been thinking about how to explain that, and he had a doozy of an answer.

Kyle Kuzma on air-balling the technical foul FT: “San Francisco had a 3.5 magnitude earthquake. Shit started rumbling. I don’t know. I got scared, and it went far off to the left.”

— Jovan Buha (@jovanbuha) March 16, 2021

That’s right: Kuzma blamed an earthquake for his worst-ever free-throw attempt. With the game being played in San Francisco, that’s not a bad excuse. If it was perhaps the early 1800s, before we had the technology to measure earthquakes, it was possible he could have gotten away with it.

Unfortunately for Kuzma, it’s 2021 and we can find out if there’s been an earthquake by checking a website or Twitter. According to the SF QuakeBot Twitter feed, there haven’t been any earthquakes that powerful in the San Francisco area in the past several days. Kuzma didn’t offer an alternate explanation, but if he wants to blame something ridiculous that can’t possibly be checked, he could just say that tiny, microscopic elves climbed into his shoes and put him off balance.