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By now, you know the Lakers drafted Kristaps Porzingis and Tristan Thompson and traded for the first overall pick.
The team also acquired future first-rounder Kristaps “Porzingis” Porzingidis in a deal with the Atlanta Hawks.
But what you might not know is that the team has made a move on one of its other prized assets in the draft.
Now, I know this may sound strange, but I feel like the Lakers should have at least one first- round pick in the 2020 NBA draft.
The Lakers could have picked up one of their picks in 2020.
This is why I feel that if the Lakers draft a player like Kristaps, or any of the other first- and second-round picks from 2020 that were given to them by the Brooklyn Nets in this past season’s draft, the team should use that pick to acquire one of the players from the Nets.
Kristaps Porzeris, PF, University of Kentucky: The biggest knock on Porzingas coming out of high school was his lack of size and explosiveness, but Porzingias looks like he has everything it takes to be a productive NBA player, both on and off the court.
At 6-foot-8 and 230 pounds, he’s an athletic wing with a wide range of skills.
Porzingists game will be on display in the upcoming NBA draft when the Lakers select him in the second round.
His strengths are his shooting, ball handling and passing, but his biggest strength is his ability to make plays on the offensive end.
That said, I can’t wait to see him play alongside fellow big man and fellow 2018 NBA Draft pick, Aaron Gordon.
I think he has the potential to become one of, if not the best wing player in this draft.
Tristan Thompson, PG, University, Kentucky: Thompson was a first-team All-ACC pick in 2017 and was considered the best player in the 2018 NBA draft class.
He averaged 22.7 points and 8.4 rebounds in three seasons at Kentucky, which was one of his better years as a college player.
Thompson is an above-average defender, who can also create for himself and others.
His versatility allows him to play the point and shooting guard in any way that suits him, and he can defend multiple positions on both ends of the floor.
Thompson’s offensive game will certainly help him become an NBA player.
He’ll be a great addition to the Lakers offense and should be a solid contributor on both the defensive and offensive end of the court, which will help the team in all areas of the game.
The NBA’s biggest draft class is still in the early stages and it should be interesting to see how the Lakers develop these players.