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Lakers Notes: Clarkson, Scott, Walton

Jordan Clarkson, who is set to be a restricted free agent this summer, strongly wants to re-sign with the Lakers after the team hired Luke Walton as coach, Jovan Buha of ESPN.com relays. “It really impacts it a lot,” Clarkson told Buha. “That style of play fits me, as well as the other guys. I definitely want to stay here in L.A. and be here. I said in my exit interview, I don’t want to be that guy who bounces around from team to team. I want to be here in L.A. — a place where I can call home — and leave a legacy. The hiring makes it even better.” Clarkson made $845,059 this year, and L.A. must make a $3.2MM qualifying offer to retain the right to match competing bids through the Gilbert Arenas Provision. 

Here’s more on the Lakers:

  • Byron Scott‘s one regret from his time leading the Lakers is that he wished he played his veterans more minutes, Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News writes. It’s interesting that Scott said that, considering he was often criticized for the way he handled his younger players, as Medina adds. Scott dismissed the idea that he was too much of a disciplinarian to his younger players, per Medina, and instead said their inexperience hindered their development. Scott was 38-126 as the Lakers’ coach.
  • Clarkson isn’t the only one on the Lakers gushing about Walton. Julius Randle believes his versatility can improve under the new coach because Walton worked extensively with Warriors star Draymond Green, helping to make Green more dynamic, Medina writes in a separate piece.
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5 thoughts on “Lakers Notes: Clarkson, Scott, Walton

  1. Grant Weddle

    ByronScott is clueless. How can someone’s inexperience hinder their development? That’s just dumb and illogical. Its on the coach to give young players the experience needed to be developed

    • jimbenwal

      I totally agree. He says they were too inexperienced and that he wishes he played the veterans more? Yeah, that would have given them the needed experience.

      • lakerfan

        Same, thank god we got Luke Walton

  2. The more excuses that Byron makes after this removal, the more this proves his ignorance to the Lakers releasing him. Just shut up

    • Byron : Just shut up and MOVE ON

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