Kobe Bryant provided a clear vision of how he would like to see the team filled out, however.
All that salary-cap space the Lakers lined up in anticipation of some of the league’s brightest talents hitting the market? Start by bringing in Carmelo Anthony.
“I would love to play with him,” Bryant said Wednesday at the start of his eighth annual youth basketball academy on the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. “We’ve really clicked since 2008, and I would love to see him out here [in Los Angeles].”
As for who he would like to see roaming the sidelines next season? Look no further than Byron Scott.
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