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Lakers Have Offered Kyle Kuzma And Kentavious Caldwell-Pope To "Almost Every Team" In The League, Per Adrian Wojnarowski


The Los Angeles Lakers are making the headlines in recent hours after reports saw the light suggesting they're ready to make a splash this offseason. The team's front office is prepared to bring the right pieces to compete for the title next season, regardless of who can leave the organization. 

Kyle Kuzma has been said to be part of a package for Buddy Hield, but the Sacramento Kings aren't the only team that was offered the young forward. In fact, Adrian Wojnarowski recently revealed that the purple and gold have offered Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to 'almost every team' in the league. 

They're trying to make some big moves this summer, and two players from that championship squad could be leaving the team soon. 

Kuzma is reportedly drawing a lot of attention around the league. He's young, versatile, and although he never became the third star the Lakers needed, he can be a reliable player for any franchise in the league. 

As for KCP, he really struggled during the 2021 NBA playoff, failing to make a real impact on the team, earning a lot of criticism for his performances against the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the postseason. 

Now, these two are linked with a move away from Staples Center. Still, it remains to be seen where they'll play next season, while the Lakers are still trying to get the best package in return for these two.