The Los Angeles Lakers are continuing to add to their roster post-Dwight Howard, and their latest addition provides some more depth to their bench.
According to Mike Bresnahan on Twitter, the Lakers and shooting guard Wesley Johnson have agreed to a one-year deal worth the veteran’s minimum.
Lakers agreed to terms with SG Wesley Johnson…1-yr deal for vet’s min of $1 mill. Was 4th pick in 2010 draft, played last season for PHX.
— Mike Bresnahan (@Mike_Bresnahan) July 14, 2013
Johnson last played for the Suns and has been bouncing around the league a bit ever since being drafted. However, the young and athletic guard will be a nice player to have in the rotation. The Lakers are a fairly old team and bringing in fresh legs is something the coaching staff will surely appreciate.
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