Lakers trade rumors: Front office considering three different pat

Lakers trade rumors: Front office considering three different pat

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When the season began, the Los Angeles Lakers leaked their intent to hold off on making any trades until around Thanksgiving or the 20-game mark. The idea was to evaluate the team as it existed on opening night and make a more informed decision about how many, if any, future assets to invest in improving the current group. Well, the 20-game mark arrived Wednesday. No trades have been made, and fans are starting to get antsy.

But according to The Athletic's Jovan Buha, the Lakers are operating under a new timeline. Now, the Lakers are awaiting Dec. 15, the date on which most players who signed free-agent contracts last offseason can be traded. When that day comes, the Lakers are reportedly weighing three different possible trade scenarios:

The obvious: Russell Westbrook plus one or both of their tradable first-round picks (2027 and 2029) for a star or package of multiple role players.
Some combination of Patrick Beverley, Kendrick Nunn and picks for role players who better fill their immediate needs of shooting and size.
Two separate trades. One would involve Beverley, Nunn and one first-round pick. The other would involve Westbrook and the other pick.
As of right now, the Lakers are leaning towards option No. 2 or 3, according to Buha. However, the team's upcoming six-game road trip will play a part in determining how much the Lakers are willing to give up for the sake of immediate improvement. Those six games are against some of the best teams in the NBA: the Lakers will face the Bucks, Cavaliers, Raptors, Wizards, Pistons and 76ers while they are away. At 8-12, the Lakers likely need to win at least half of those games to keep pace in the Western Conference.

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