LeBron James has been with the Los Angeles Lakers for 4 years now. During that time, he has had a very unique stint with the Lakers, experiencing the highest of highs, and the lowest of lows. LeBron has won the NBA championship in Los Angeles but has also missed the playoffs on two occasions, and got knocked out of the playoffs in the first round for the only time in his career.
The Los Angeles Lakers roster has changed quite significantly during LeBron's stint with the team. In fact, during LeBron's time with the Lakers, they have traded 30 players away to different teams and traded 3 1st round picks and 6 2nd round picks. In return, they have received superstars like Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook, and a young building block in Talen Horton-Tucker, with just 3 2nd round picks.
Players Traded Away From The Lakers Since LeBron James Arrived:
Wang Zhelin (draft rights)
Brad Newley (draft rights)
3 1st Round Picks
1 1st Round Pick Swap
6 2nd Round Picks
Players Traded To The Lakers
3 2nd Round Picks
It's no surprise that the team has changed massively during LeBron's stint in LA. The trade for Anthony Davis was one of the biggest in NBA history, with the Lakers giving up a lot of young talent to the Pelicans to get Anthony Davis. But the Lakers won't be complaining, as the arrival of Davis helped the Lakers win an NBA championship.
As for Russell Westbrook, the Lakers will be desperate to trade him away as the former MVP has not worked out for the Lakers the way they had hoped. Their championship hopes were dashed last week as they were ruled out of the NBA playoffs. Whether the Lakers make more changes to the roster in the offseason remains to be seen.