Lakers Nation Week In Review: July 13 – July 20
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With most of the major names of free agency already making their decisions, the Los Angeles Lakers had the major players on their roster already figured out. This week, they filled in the rest of the holes.

The Lakers added a couple of new big men in Ed Davis and Carlos Boozer, while also bringing back a couple of their better wing players in Xavier Henry and Wesley Johnson. Locking up Ryan Kelly to a two-year contract rounded out the Lakers major moves this week.

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Unfortunately, the team had to release Kendall Marshall to clear up all of the possible cap room. But now, with everything else done, fans everywhere await the naming of the team’s next coach.

Lakers Nation News:

Carlos Boozer is the newest Laker after being amnestied by the Chicago Bulls.

The Lakers will bring back Xavier Henry on a one-year deal.

Ryan Kelly agreed to a new contract.

The Lakers re-signed Wesley Johnson to a one-year deal.

The Lakers were rumored to be considering a trade to bring in Eric Bledsoe.

Kobe Bryant likes the moves the Lakers have made this summer.

The Lakers signed another young big man in Ed Davis.

Jeremy Lin is excited to be in LA and play with Kobe.

The Lakers met with Byron Scott for the third time.

Pau Gasol speaks on his friendship with Kobe as he heads to Chicago
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Lakers Waive Kendall Marshall, Sign Xavier Henry, Wesley Johnson


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