Dennis Schröder

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Los Angeles Lakers: Why a Dennis Schroder sign-and-trade is most likely

Dennis Schroder is an unrestricted free agent this offseason after the point guard reportedly declined a four-year, $84 million extension from the Los Angeles Lakers during the season. The Lakers should feel lucky that Schroder said no, as that contract would have felt like an overpay after what transpired thereafter.

NBA Rumors: Lakers Could Land Kemba Walker For Kyle Kuzma And Dennis Schroder

The Los Angeles Lakers are out of the playoffs this year, losing in 6 games to the Phoenix Suns. With Anthony Davis and LeBron James hobbled, Phoenix Suns were the much better team and took care of business rather quickly. Looking ahead to next season, the Lakers need to make moves to acquire a third star.
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Los Angeles Lakers: The pros and cons of keeping Dennis Schroder

Given the Los Angeles Lakers’ early postseason exit, the team’s focus now revolves around how they will conduct their offseason. Arguably their biggest decision this summer will be whether the team decides to keep or move on from Dennis Schroder. In the aftermath of the Los Angeles Lakers’ disappointing playoff...
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Lakers: Why they should replace Dennis Schroder with Kemba Walker

The Los Angeles Lakers appear to be headed towards a divorce with their current starting point guard Dennis Schröder because of a contract dispute. Schröder had a year left on his contract when the Lakers acquired him. Consequently, the Lakers made multiple attempts to give him a new contract because...

Lakers GM Rob Pelinka: We value Dennis Schroder

Dennis Schroder and the Los Angeles Lakers have had a very odd relationship for the past few months. Between Schroder’s weird contract demands, subsequent whining on social media and then complete about face on his future with the organization – it's unclear what the future holds for the 27-year-old. Complicating...
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Report: Raptors Among Teams to Watch in Dennis Schröder Sweepstakes

The Toronto Raptors may have a very different looking backcourt when next season rolls around. Toronto's offseason plans will be largely contingent on what Kyle Lowry chooses to do this summer. If the 35-year-old point guard signs elsewhere this summer, the Raptors are reportedly a team to watch in the Dennis Schröder sweepstakes, according to Stadium and The Athletic's Shams Charania.