Kyle Kuzma
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The Los Angeles Lakers are very active this offseason as they are searching for ways to improve their roster and once again compete for a championship. According to NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers offered Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to ‘almost every team’ he talked to.

Based on his comments, it seems that Los Angeles is using either one or both of these players to get a trade for a point guard that would be an upgrade to Dennis Schroder. However, Woj does not think that it is likely.

“They have literally offered Kyle Kuzma and KCP .. almost to every team I’ve talked to in the league has been offered some combination of Kuz and KCP, sometime both of them, one of them,” Wojnarowski told Zach Lowe. “That’s not going to get them back a point guard of Dennis’ [Schroder] stature. He’s got options again Chicago, New York. I still think in the there’s a deal to be made for him to stay with the Lakers.”

The Lakers have been linked with several players this offseason so far. Among them is Lonzo Ball, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, DeMar DeRozan, Buddy Hield.