Lakers Discussing Ramon Sessions With Cavs

The Lakers have talked to the Cavaliers about the possibility of acquiring Ramon Sessions, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.

Currently without Steve Blake, the Lakers attempted to bolster their point guard spot prior to the season, but a potential agreement for Chris Paul was vetoed by commissioner David Stern. Los Angeles acquired an $8.9MM traded player exception when they dealt Lamar Odom to the Mavericks, and could put a portion of that trade exception toward Sessions, who will earn about $4.2MM this season.

Sessions, 25, has seen a reduction in his minutes in Cleveland this year, as he plays behind top pick Kyrie Irving. In about 22 minutes per game, the fifth-year guard has averaged 9.1 points and 4.3 assists, with a field goal percentage (.340) far below his career rate.

Wojnarowski adds that the Lakers also recently worked out free agent Morris Peterson.

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