Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers: Pass or pursue on three rumored trade targets

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The Los Angeles Lakers are off to another solid overall start this season, currently sitting at second place in the Western Conference standings with a 22-9 overall record.

Despite having the second-best record in the association, the defending world champions are showing slight signs of a championship hangover. Injuries and several incidences with the league’s health and safety protocols have taken a toll on this team, having had to weather the storm battling through those.

Still, even at full strength, it is clear that this team has been far from perfect, despite the sheer amount of talent on this roster. They will face a challenging test ahead as the road to the NBA Finals through the Western Conference looks better than ever. Going back-to-back will be no easy task for the Lakers, which might make them inclined to survey the trade market for roster upgrades to improve their chances.

Trade season is underway in the NBA, and the Los Angeles Lakers are expected to be among teams that will be busy ahead of the deadline.

As usual, the Los Angeles Lakers have been mentioned in a slew of trade rumors within the past month involving several compelling targets. This team is not afraid to push their chips to the center of the table if it means bolstering their championship chances, and they will likely be aggressive ahead of that March 25th deadline.

The trade winds are blowing, and with that being said, here is whether the Lakers should pass or pursue three trade targets they have ties to at the moment.

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