The Los Angeles Lakers are not resting on their hands and are seeking another option to strengthen their squad, thus the discussions to add Buddy Hield to their ranks appear to have resumed even though negotiations for Kyrie Irving have come to a standstill.
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According to a report by ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, the Lakers and the Indiana Pacers have picked up their negotiations for Hield again after ending them without a deal last month.
In addition to Hield and Irving, with whom negotiations are stalling, they are also intrigued by Eric Gordon of the Houston Rockets, who the Sixers are also pursuing.
They are also preoccupied with discussions for Eric Gordon of the Houston Rockets, who are also required by the Sixers, in addition to Hield and Irving, for whom things are often not moving forward in negotiations.
The Lakers and Pacers have picked up their negotiations for Buddy Hield, according to the information I’ve received in the last few days, stated McMenamin, who also talked about certain players who may be included in the transaction.
The probable trade comes after negotiations for Kyrie Irving were reportedly put on hold because the player did not find the offer compelling enough to leave the Brooklyn Nets.
Hield has six years of NBA experience. He averaged 18.2 points per game and made all 26 of Indiana’s starts last season. His contract with Indiana has two more years left.
The prospective deal comes after negotiations for Kyrie Irving were reportedly put on hold because the offer was not compelling enough to tempt the player away from the Brooklyn Nets.
Hield has six years of NBA experience. He started all 26 of Indiana’s games last season, where he averaged 18.2 points per game, and has two more seasons left on his deal.