Avery Bradley recently switched agents. We look at three wings in a trade to fill his minutes if he opts out of his deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Los Angeles Lakers have multiple players that will hit the market this offseason. They also have players that are evaluating their player options. Avery Bradley is one of them, as he sits on an option of $5,005,350 for the 2020-21 NBA season.
Many people assumed that he would pick up that option. But now he has recently changed agents and is evaluating his options. This could mean he sees something with more security on the market, or he could see a pay raise.
The NBA offseason is about to be like no other. It will be very short and trades and signings will start flying on day one. There could be quite a few deals on draft night that is scheduled for Wednesday. Only about a month after the season came to a close with Lakers as NBA champions.
The Lakers are reportedly trading the 28th overall pick and Danny Green to Oklahoma City for guard Dennis Schroder.
If Bradley decides he is best opting out and testing the market. The Lakers will need to replace his wing minutes, especially with Green being traded to OKC.
We take a look at three wings the Lakers could call regarding trades. Ones that won’t cost a lot in terms of assets, but could benefit in their system and change of scenery.