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Lakers Agree Upon Two-Year Deal With Tyler Ennis
The Lakers hold a team option for Year 2 of the deal with Tyler Ennis as they look to preserve their 2018 cap space.
Derrick Rose Meeting With Cavaliers To Discuss One-Year, $2.1M Deal
Derrick Rose's deal would be for one-year at the veteran's minimum of $2.1 million.
Rich Paul Reached Out To Lakers On Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
Rich Paul knew the Lakers had cap space they didn't want to compromise for 2018.
Lonzo Ball Named Summer League MVP
Lonzo Ball averaged 16.3 points and a league-leading 9.3 assists to go with 7.7 rebounds and 2.5 steals.
Lonzo Ball Making 'Statement To Brands' By Changing Up Shoes
Lonzo Ball has worn Nike, Adidas and Under Armour shoes during Summer League.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Receives 15 Percent Trade Kicker In Lakers' Deal
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope also receives a 50 percent advance in the deal.
Lakers Agree To Sign Alex Caruso To Two-Way Contract
In 50 games in the G-League last season, Alex Caruso averaged 11.9 points, 3.9 rebounds and 5.2 assists.
Lonzo Ball Records Summer League's First 30-Point, 10-Assist Game
Lonzo Ball had 36 points and 11 assists in his third Summer League game.
Lonzo Ball Wears Nike Shoes In Breakthrough Summer League Performance
Lonzo Ball had 36 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds, five steals and two blocks wearing the Kobe Bryant Nikes.
Lakers Waive David Nwaba
David Nwaba played in 20 games for the Lakers, averaging 6.0 points (.580 FG%) and 3.1 rebounds in 19.9 minutes.

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Lonzo Ball's Court Vision Passes The Eye Test

by Dave DuFour

Lonzo Ball is entering the league as a top 10 passer. The ability to make your teammates better is an incredibly important skill, particularly on a team this young.

2017 Summer League Notes On All 30 NBA Teams

by Keith P Smith

Notes and observations on all 30 NBA teams from how they evaluated their offseason moves and what they saw from their Summer League prospects.

Grading The Deal: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Signs One-Year, $18M Deal With Lakers

by Christopher Reina

The best part of this deal for the Lakers is they get to preserve their 2018 cap space while acquiring their starting shooting guard of the present, and potentially the future if they're unable to sign two max players.

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