Power Ranking the Lakers biggest draft needs

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4. Shooting guard depth

First, let me say that I’m a big fan of Jodie Meeks. He gets a bad rap because, more often than not, he was put into a bigger and unfamiliar role. Even then, he averaged a respectable 13.4 points points per 36 minutes. However, he has a team option for next season and may not be with the team next year.

If they want to focus on finding a replacement in the draft, Michael Snaer or B.J. Young could be options. Snaer is the more NBA-ready prospect with solid defense and even better range. Young is likely a better prospect for the future with more potential, standing at 6’3, but having a 6’8 wingspan.

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Topics: B.j. Young, Carrick Felix, Erik Murphy, Los Angeles Lakers, Michael Snaer, Myck Kabongo, NBA, Peyton Siva, Ryan Kelly, Solomon Hill, Trevor Mbakwe

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