Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James seems to be a happy man.
On Friday, he responded that his team consolidated its list by acquiring guard Dennis Schroder and the great man Montrezl Harrell.
Schroder was acquired from the Oklahoma City Thunder in return for swingman Danny Green and the 28th overall pick in Wednesday’s NBA Draft.
The German native gives Purple and Gold a legitimate third scoring opportunity, a ball handling guard who has speed in the open field and one who can reduce James’ workload.
On the other hand, Harrell will likely be a replacement for the outgoing Dwight Howard.
Harrell, who was signed away from the Los Angeles Clippers, will give the Lakers a feisty player who finishes strongly in the paint, runs the floor well and attacks the boards.
Earlier today, it was also announced that the Lakers had signed veteran guard Wesley Matthews. Matthews is a fine 3-point shooter and solid defender who could be the replacement for Green.