Lakers Officially Sign Josh McRoberts

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed forward Josh McRoberts to a two-year contract, NBA.com reports. McRoberts has been in the league for four seasons now, and his last three were spent in Indiana with the Pacers.

He was drafted by the Portland Trailblazers with the 37th overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, and has quickly developed the reputation of a high-flying player.

With Lamar Odom now with the Dallas Mavericks, expect to see McRoberts play a big role on the Lakers as he tries to fill the void off the bench.

 

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