The Los Angeles Lakers would have to part ways with at least one first-round pick in order to trade Russell Westbrook, sources told Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times.

That price would rise to two first-round picks should the Lakers want rotation players in return.

The Lakers have most recently been linked with trades for Buddy Hield and Myles Turner from the Pacers and Cam Reddish with the Knicks.

The team was reportedly not willing to part ways with both of their first-round picks for Hield and Turner.

Woike adds that the Lakers are comfortable heading into training camp with Westbrook still on the roster.