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It has undoubtedly been a whirlwind offseason for the Los Angeles Lakers. A year after adding superstar LeBron James, they managed to acquire Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans. This gave the Lakers one of the top duos in the entire league and the core of a potential title contender.
Yet, Los Angeles also got left at the proverbial altar by Kawhi Leonard, who chose to join the cross-town Clippers. With the Clips also acquiring Paul George, it’s debatable whether the Lakers are even the best team in L.A.
The Lakers have done an admirable job of filling out the roster with quality role players, though, adding the likes of Danny Green and DeMarcus Cousins. While missing out on Leonard certainly hurt, there is upside with the roster, and there is potentially room for one more star player.
For the Lakers to get Iguodala, however, they’d first need the Memphis Grizzlies to agree to dealing him, which they aren’t looking to do. Could Los Angeles fill that open spot with Carmelo Anthony instead?
While there has been some chatter about Anthony wanting the ki