BBC NEWS: Lakers Are finally Offered to Pursuit the $96 Million Potential Trade Mission

In an effort to strengthen their squad before the trade deadline, Lakers front office employees have reportedly been manning the phones. Dejounte Murray and Zach LaVine have been the team’s most talked-about possible trade targets thus far.

However, the team has now been advised to take a totally different approach by an NBA insider.

But if I were Rob Pelinka, there wouldn’t be a store with thirty guys available. However, it goes beyond LaVine or Dejounte Murray, as ESPN’s Tim MacMahon stated this week on Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective.

“I’m calling Charlotte to see if Terry Rozier is available, or if he can be found for a much cheaper price. Because I believe that guy would give you a lot of the things

Rozier is definitely not getting enough attention in Charlotte, as McMahon correctly points out. That’s even though he recorded career-high averages of 24 points and 6.8 assists per game.

Rozier would undoubtedly give the Lakers some much-needed shooting. Despite attempting 7.8 threes per game, his 37 percent three-point shooting this season is higher than that of all but three Lakers players.

In the fourth quarter, Rozier is scoring 8.5 points per game on average, which is second most in the NBA only to Giannis Antetokounmpo.

The guard for the Hornets is two years into a four-year, $96 million deal. With a season-long salary of $23.2 million, he is more costly than Murray (18.2 million) but less expensive than LaVine (40.1 million).

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