DeMar DeRozan Eye-Opening Comments About Playing Alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis on Lakers

DeMar DeRozan is already planning his future and the Los Angeles Lakers seem like a good option for him.

If you ask the NBA veteran, he will say that playing in LA would be a “great opportunity.”

The California star may ink a deal with the Lakers in the offseason if the franchise works out a deal cap wise.

DeRozan would love the opportunity to play at home. LA wants him and he really appreciates this. Moreover, the veteran believes that he would work well with LeBron James and Anthony Davis. He believes that both Lakers superstars are great basketball players, praising their intelligence. “It’s all about coming together” after all. DeRozan is absolutely right about this.

DeMar DeRozan is a good fit for the Lakers

The Lakers are coming off a bad season. They missed the chance to defend the title. Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns eliminated them in the first round of the NBA playoffs. It was a big blow for the Lakers but they accepted the failure. LeBron and AD missed a lot of games and the team had to play the play-in tournament. It was that bad.

Everyone has a chance for a fresh start at the moment. General Manager Rob Pelinka will work through his cap space and he is willing to trade some of the current players. Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope make a good trading duo.

DeRozan is coming off his third season with the San Antonio Spurs. The team got him in the Kawhi Leonard trade with the Toronto Raptors. The 31-year-old averaged 21.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 6.9 assists per game with the Spurs. DeRozan is a four-time All-Star but he isn’t the best shooter LA can get at the moment. He was 25.7 percent from beyond the arc in the 2020-21 NBA season. However, this doesn’t change the fact that he may be a solid third option for LA. Will Pelinka try to get him?

The Lakers will try hard to improve the roster. LeBron and AD need some help on the floor. Let’s see how will things go for Kuzma and KCP. Will they leave the team this offseason?