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The Los Angeles Lakers are willing to trade both Dennis Schroder and Kyle Kuzma this offseason.

According to Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report, the Lakers consider trading both Schroder and Kuzma, who will not be untouchable in any talks with other teams.

“League sources expect Chicago and New York to emerge as Schroder suitors, and both could be conducted via sign-and-trade—although Knicks certainly have the cap space to sign him outright. New York will likely have north of $50 million to spend this summer.

Meanwhile, Los Angeles continues to gauge rival teams’ interest in Kyle Kuzma, sources told B/R, although Schroder does carry a higher trade value around the NBA,” Fischer reports.

Schroder will be a free agent this offseason, therefore the Lakers will pursue a sign-and-trade-deal. On the other hand, Kuzma is under contract with the Lakers until the end of the 2023/24 season.