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Kendrick Nunn, Horton-Tucker Top Lakers Trade Chips Amid Westbrook Rumors

The Los Angeles Lakers' plan to build a winner in the 2021-22 season didn't work out. In theory, having a Big Three of LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook was going to allow L.A. to rotate its stars and keep them fresh throughout the grueling NBA season. However, injuries and a lack of team chemistry flushed that game plan down the drain.
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Lakers Season in Review: Kendrick Nunn

Welcome to our annual Lakers season in review series, where we’ll be taking a look back at every player on the team’s roster this season, evaluating their play, and deciding if they should be a part of the organization’s future. Today, we take a closer look at Kendrick Nunn.
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Kendrick Nunn Assures He'll Back in LA Next Season

As Russell Westbrook reminded everyone during the Lakers exit interviews, a player option is an...option. Russ isn't the only Lakers guard with a player option likely to be picked up for next season. After missing all season with a bone bruise, Kendrick Nunn indicated that he'll be opting in for the 2022-2023 season for a cool $5.25M.
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Lakers' Kendrick Nunn confirms he plans to opt in for next season: 'It's a no-brainer'

When Kendrick Nunn signed with the Los Angeles Lakers last summer, he likely only expected to stay there for one year. Nunn signed a one-year deal with a player option for a second, but given his prior production, that option was supposed to be a chance for him to hit free agency again after a productive year on a big-market contender. Instead, it's proving to be his lifeline.
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Lakers News: Kendrick Nunn Says Picking Up Player Option Is A ‘No-Brainer’ After Missing Entire 2021-22 Season

Now that the season is officially over for the Los Angeles Lakers, the attention will now turn to what the team will do in the offseason to turn things around. There are a lot of questions surrounding the roster and who will be returning and who won’t. One player who never got the opportunity to show what he could do in purple and gold is guard Kendrick Nunn.
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Lakers’ Kendrick Nunn to exercise contract option

Lakers guard Kendrick Nunn says it’s a “no-brainer” that he’ll opt in to the final year of his contract, Bill Oram of The Athletic tweets. Nunn has a $5.25M salary for next season. He signed a two-year contract as a free agent last summer but didn’t appear in any games this season, mainly due to a knee injury.
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