Published: Sun, July 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Lakers add Green, re-sign Caldwell-Pope, McGee

Lakers add Green, re-sign Caldwell-Pope, McGee

The team agreed to re-sign veteran shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

The Lakers signed shooting guard Danny Green to a two-year deal in addition to KCP.

Green took to Instagram late Friday night to announce he was leaving the Toronto Raptors to join the Lakers.

Green was included in last summer's Kawhi Leonard trade to the Toronto Raptors as salary filler, after playing through a groin injury in 2017-18 and seeing his production dip as a result. This is a run we'll never forget.

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Sources told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne that Caldwell-Pope's deal is for two years, $8.2 million with a player option and that McGee's deal is for two years, $16 million. We can't thank you enough for the love and support we experienced over the a year ago.

He said: "I would just like to announce, I'm proudly letting everyone know I'm excited for the next two years that I will be teaming up with my new team-mates in LA, the Los Angeles Lakers". Caldwell-Pope, a client of Klutch Sports, has been with the Lakers in each of the past two seasons. On Saturday, he added Rajon Rondo and DeMarcus Cousins, who will soon be two years removed from a torn Achilles. He'll be joining the fourth team of his career following stints in Cleveland, San Antonio, and Toronto, and brings plenty of playoff experience to the Lakers; he captured an National Basketball Association title with the Spurs in 2014 and again with the Raptors this past season. He lost his starting job and saw his minutes decrease, averaging 11.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists - which were all lower than the season before.

In need of a supporting cast to surround LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the LA Lakers are bringing back a pair of familiar faces.

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