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Los Angeles Lakers 2022-2023 Season

New Players

Troy Brown Jr.

In 2018, Brown participated in the Lakers’ pre-draft workouts. Brown was liked by the Lakers, who had the 25th overall pick in the 2018 draft, but they were unable to select him because of his price tag.

After four years, the Lakers signed Troy Brown Jr. Brown thought warmly of the full-circle experience on his Instagram account as he received his gold No. 7 jersey.  Look for Brown in a Lakers jersey when you are searching for sporting events near me.  

Lonnie Walker IV

The Spurs prepared to sign Lonnie Walker as an unrestricted free agent after he asked them to revoke his qualifying offer.

Walker claims that after getting in touch with the Lakers, they reached an agreement on a one-year deal. This deal will give him the chance to compete for a larger, lengthier contract in the summer.

Damian Jones

After playing for the team for eight games in the 2020–21 season, Damian Jones said that he was disappointed he wasn’t kept on. However, he added that his objective was to leave a positive mark on future opportunities.

Jones had a successful final 10 games with Sacramento, averaging 16.6 points (71.6 percent shooting), 7.0 rebounds, 0.8 steals, and 1.5 blocks.

Juan Toscano-Anderson

When it came to sporting a Kobe Bryant jersey in San Francisco for the California Classic, Toscano-Anderson had second thoughts. After consulting his partner, he came to the conclusion that mentioning his all-time favorite player and his new team “felt right.”

Even though he only has a one-year contract, Toscano-Anderson made it obvious that he wants to make his mark on the Lakers, suggesting that he sees their relationship in the long run.

Thomas Bryant

Bryant was selected by the Lakers on draft day in 2017. He played only 72 minutes in 15 games during his first season, trailing centers Brook Lopez, Ivica Zubac, and Andrew Bogut. He spent the entire season in L.A. Toward the end of 2018, the Lakers released Bryant, and just two days later, the Washington Wizards acquired him. Now he is back with the Lakers.

Existing Players

Austin Reaves

Jay Huff

Fabian White Jr.

Javante McCoy

Max Christie

Russell Westbrook

Cole Swider

Scotty Pippen Jr.

Wenyen Gabriel

Patrick Beverley

Kendrick Nunn

Anthony Davis

LeBron James

LeBron James’ New Contract

Lakers star LeBron James has extended his contract with the team through 2024-25 with a two-year, $97.1 million extension. James’ most recent deal with the Lakers, which he signed when he was 37, is about to expire. According to the new contract, the 18-time All-Star will earn $46.7 million this year.

If nothing goes wrong, James should pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar this winter as the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. James’ new contract matches up with Davis’ latest contract extension with the Lakers, letting both players depart from the team or engage in contract negotiations in 2024.

James’ decision to stay with the Lakers also puts an end to ongoing rumors that he might leave as a free agent or in a trade. In his media interviews and on social media, James didn’t seem to be leaving LA Lakers.

Now let’s take a look at the LA Lakers schedule to see when the big games are. 

Big games against the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors

L.A. Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors

10 Oct 2022 6:00 AM ET – Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, CA

Oct 18, 2022, 10:00 PM ET – Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

Feb 11, 2023, 8:30 PM ET – Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

Feb 23, 2023, 10:00 PM ET – Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

Mar 5, 2023 3:30 PM ET – Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, CA

L.A. Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors

Saturday, January 28th, 2023: vs. Boston Celtics: 8:30 pm ET – Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, December 13, 2022: vs. Bolton Celtics: 11:00 pm ET – TD Garden, Boston, MA

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