Frank Vogel explained why the Lakers haven’t used their two-way players very much so far, and the latest NBA rumors would (likely) take care of his concerns.
The Lakers will be keeping Talen Horton-Tucker, Kostas Antetokounmpo and Devontae Cacok on their roster, and won’t be sending a South Bay team to the G League bubble at Disney World as a result.
Lakers head coach said he couldn’t talk about Alex Caruso other than to say that the NBA’s health and safety protocols were why he would miss the game against the Blazers.
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If Talen Horton-Tucker, Devontae Cacok and Kostas Antetokounmpo are going to play this season, it sounds like they’ll do so with the Lakers, and not in South Bay.
LeBron James will suit up for the Lakers for the first time this preseason on Wednesday, and his goals for the game are relatively simple: Help keep a good thing going.
As expected, LeBron James and Anthony Davis are going to make their preseason debuts for the Lakers against the Suns. It sounds like Alex Caruso will not join them.
Kevon Harris, Zavier Simpson and Tres Tinkle all never played in a game this preseason, and didn’t even take part in Lakers training camp.