2021-2022 Los Angeles Lakers roster: Where are they now?

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Players in other professional leagues:

Sekou Doumbouya

Doumbouya was signed to a 2-way deal in December last year, but that contract was then terminated in March as the team continuously looked at different options for the future. He is currently playing for the Delaware Blue Coats in the NBA G League.

Dwight Howard

Dwight Howard was decent last season in his third stop in LA, but not quite impressive enough to secure his next NBA contract. After briefly pursuing what appeared to be a new career with the WWE, he wound up receiving a deal to play for the Taoyuan Leopards in Taiwan’s top league.

Jay Huff

Jay Huff has been affiliated with the Lakers since entering the league, and offers a solid combination of shooting and rim protection from the 5 spots. While he has never really shown anything with the big boys, Huff has been solid in the G League and remains the starting big man for the South Bay Lakers.

Mason Jones

Mason Jones’s time in LA last season, similar to multiple others on this list, came and went quickly. Thanks to a very strong track record in the NBA G League that has continued on into this season with the Mexico City Capitanes, Jones will assuredly remain on NBA radars.

Mac McClung

Once viral superstar Mac McClung has yet to receive his first genuine shot in the NBA. Since winning the G League Rookie of the Year award with the South Bay Lakers in 2021-2022, he has merely been on a few 2 ways (Los Angeles + Chicago) and currently finds himself playing next to Sekou Doumbouya with the Delaware Blue Coats. He is still a source of unforeseen highlights.