Following 2018 and 2019 star picks LeBron James and Anthony Davis respectively, Los Angeles Lakers are now up for another big trade to complete the trio. The option which was unknown still recently is taking name now with the Lakers supposedly in talks with the Sacramento Kings for their Shooting guard, Buddy Hield.
The Bahamian professional who joined the Kings in 2017 first and second-round draft picks is now included in trade terms with the Lakers ready to exchange Kyle Kuzma for the 28-year-old. Kyle has had a career with the team since 2017 but has been rolling around in trade talks meeting the likes of the Lakers lately. With only 3-and-D wing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope returning from last year’s roster, the Lakers plan to benefit with Buddy Hield trade catering to his average of 16.6 points and 4.7 rebounds in 71 games with the Kings this year.