Lakers News: Chris Kaman Says He Could See Himself Returning

The exit interviews for the Los Angeles Lakers got underway on Thursday with center Chris Kaman starting things off.

With Kaman receiving limited playing time and publicly expressing his distaste for head coach Mike D’Antoni’s system, many were interested in what he’d have to say about a season that didn’t go the way he anticipated.

Lakers Nation Store Is Back! Check Out The Latest Gear!

One thing that Kaman did say that took a lot of people by surprise was the fact that he could see himself returning to the team next season according to Lakers Nation reporter Serena Winters:

Along with that surprising statement, Kaman also said that GM Mitch Kupchak told him the team doesn’t have a plan set in place just yet via Winters:

With so many players coming off the books this off-season and many decisions needing to be made, there is no telling if Kaman is getting serious consideration to be re-signed. If head coach Mike D’Antoni is back in the fold, it’d be safe to say Kaman will likely end up elsewhere with the veteran center simply not fitting in, but anything can happen from here on out.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Lakers Practice: Chris Kaman SHAVES, ‘It Was A Mistake!’

You May Also Like

Lakers News: Rob Pelinka Emphasizes Austin Reaves’ Importance To Young Core Of Players

Los Angeles Lakers guard Austin Reaves enjoyed a breakout postseason at a fortunate time…

Lakers News: Nick Young Sprains Ankle In Practice, Status Uncertain

The Los Angeles Lakers haven’t even got their preseason underway and the…

Lakers Rumors: Jamal Crawford’s Preference Is To Join Lakers

With George Hill agreeing to a contract with the Sacramento Kings, the Los Angeles Lakers still have yet to make any moves during free agency so far…

Lakers Injury Update: Rui Hachimura Placed In Concussion Protocol

It’s early in the 2023-24 season, but the Los Angeles Lakers are already dealing with several injuries to their rotation players…