Lakers keeping last roster spot open upon Sterling Brown’s expiration of 10-day deal: report


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Amid chances to fill up their row, the Los Angeles Lakers intend to keep it open for possible new enforcements soon.

Sources told Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times that the Lakers will keep their 15th spot open for now, as Sterling Brown already left the team after his 10-day deal has already expired.

In his 10-day appearance for the purple and gold, Brown only played 4 games and logged 24 minutes, going scoreless on four total field goal attempts.

Brown making a departure is a clear indication that the Lakers will try to assess other candidates for a much serviceable presence.

As such, Los Angeles are set to determine who will possibly occupy their remaining roster spot, with several big men like DeMarcus Cousins, Meyers Leonard and Cody Zeller set to work out for them.

With Anthony Davis being hoped to be back prior to All-Star week, an additional big body down low can at least help at the frontcourt.

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