The winning members who can decide to play even under heavy pressure remain
The Lakers, who are aiming for consecutive victories, have successfully re-contracted with Kentavious Caldwell Pope, who helped win last season. According to The Athletic, Coldwell Pope has signed a three-year, $ 40 million deal with the Lakers.
Coldwell Pope, who has been criticized since joining the Lakers, made an impressive performance at the NBA Finals last season against Heat. The best play among them is the scene at the end of the 4th quarter, which was led by the Lakers 90-88 in the 4th round of the final.
Coldwell Pope’s three-point shot from the corner and layup from the drive continued to succeed, and the Lakers widened the lead to seven points with two minutes remaining to decide the game.
If the Lakers had dropped Round 4 and lined up in the heat with 2 wins and 2 losses, Coldwell Pope’s play was great, as the results of the series could have been different. It’s not a gentle deal for the team, but the Lakers’ remnants of Coldwell Pope, who can contribute to victory even with a solid defense, are good news for the Lakers.
Dwight Howard, Rajon Rondo, and Avery Bradley have left, but the Lakers have signed contracts with Montres Harel, Coldwell Pope, and Wesley Matthews, and have also traded Dennis Schluder.
With Anthony Davis expected to re-contract in the near future, the roster formation for consecutive victories is being set.