Goran Dragic would be the right move for the Lakers, says analyst
The Los Angeles Lakers that are Chances of winning favorites To win the championship this season, you need a ball handler with the ability to shoot that could relieve LeBron James of his game responsibilities. According to Dan Favale from Bleacher ReportGoran Dragic would be the right step to take on this role.
The 34-year-old Slovenian security guard is currently at Miami Heat. In his sixteenth season in the NBA, Dragic scored an average of 16.1 points and 5.1 assists per game. In this off-season, he becomes an unrestricted free agent.
And with few to no alternative wings worth the time of the Lakers, the decision is to choose Goran Dragic.
Bank-heavy lineups where he spells LeBron as the primary ball handler would be infinitely more powerful than combinations led by Rondo Rajon. It also represents less overlap next to LeBron itself.
So far, spot-up possessions have accounted for more than 15 percent of Dragic’s total offenses this season. In these situations, it is within the 70th percentile of efficiency. In comparison, more than 18 percent of Rondo’s offensive properties were created as spot-ups. It is in the 27th percentile of efficiency.
The Lakers are looking for their 17th NBA title this season. You are sitting at the Western Conference with 49 wins and 14 losses.