Lakers Worked Out Wayne Ellington, Jeremy Tyler On Wednesday
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Over the past couple of weeks, the Los Angeles Lakers have worked out numerous players like Michael Beasley at the team’s practice facility. On Monday, sources told LakersNation.com the team was expected to work out James Nunnally during the week.

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In addition to Nunnally, the Lakers also worked out Pooh Jeter, Ronnie Price, Wayne Ellington and Jeremy Tyler on Wednesday according to HoopsHype:

After signing Jordan Clarkson recently, the team now has 13 players under contract. Under league rules, the Lakers can bring up to 20 players to training camp and must cut the roster down to a maximum of 15 by the start of the regular season.

Over the past few weeks, the Lakers have already worked out Michael Beasley, Julyan Stone, Bobby Brown, Dexter Pittman, Greg Stiemsma (who has signed with the Toronto Raptors), Toney Douglas and Daniel Orton. Based on the workouts so far, the Lakers are looking for a shot blocker or an extra point guard just in case Steve Nash struggles with injuries once again.

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