Dennis Schroder's impressive performances during the 2022 EuroBasket tournament allowed him to get a new NBA contract, this time to return to one of his old teams to try to make things better. The German point guard was on a tear with his national team, showing why he should remain in the association, and many teams agreed with that.
The Phoenix Suns and Toronto Raptors were among the teams interested in Schroder, but he ultimately chose the Los Angeles Lakers to continue his NBA career, returning to the team where he played in 2020/21. His exit from the Lakers wasn't the most pleasant of all, but Dennis is ready to turn things around and prove that he can help this team win.
The Lakers now have four guards, and their fans are debating who should start, but no matter what happens next, this squad seems to be ready for the challenge.
Dennis Schroder Sends A Message To Lakers Fans After Re-Signing With The Purple And Gold
Schroder is set to make an impact on the Lakers this upcoming season, and as soon as the news was revealed, the player took to social media to show his excitement and make a promise to the Lakers faithful while recalling his first stint on the 17-time NBA champions.
This past year didn’t feel right …
i felt misunderstood & nobody really knew the story !
Im coming back to the biggest organization to make sh***t right !
I hope LakerNation going to support me every single day !
I will give everything i have every single day !!
It’s an honor to play for @lakers
Can’t wait to get started ! 💜💛💜💛
LeBron James is pumped to see Schroder coming back, the rest of the team appears to be happy with this addition, but fans are now wondering what will happen with all these guards on the roster. Russell Westbrook remains with the team, while Patrick Beverley was recently acquired via trade.
This might be a great offseason for the Lakers or another disaster, but only time will tell how things play out for them. Dennis is ready to bring all his talent to Crypto.com Arena, but that's not enough to become contenders again.