The Lakers announced that they have waived forward Marcus Landry. Los Angeles’ roster is now down to the maximum of 15 players.
Landry signed on with the Lakers in mid-September and was thought to have a decent chance at making the club with second-round pick Ryan Kelly working his way back from injury.
Landry, who turns 28 next week, appeared in 18 games in the 2009/10 season with the Knicks and Celtics. Since then, he’s bounced between the D-League and Europe, and played with the Reno Bighorns of the D-League last season.
Terms of Landry’s deal were not disclosed at signing but it’s safe to assume that it was a non-guaranteed deal.