LeBron James has been rumored be playing point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers this season but as the Lakers training camp begins, head coach Frank Vogel has yet to confirm this. Is LeBron James a fit as the Lakers starting point guard or should he stay as a forward and let another player take over? Rajon Rondo and Alex Caruso are both returning but should newcomer Avery Bradley be the player who takes over? The competition for the starting point guard is only one of many storylines surrounding the Lakers training camp and in this edition of Lakers Report, host Hannah Kulik breaks down the 3 biggest Lakers competitions that will go down in training camp.
Dwight Howard surprised many by returning to the Los Angeles Lakers to fill in the void left on the Lakers roster after DeMarcus Cousins tore his ACL. Could the former NBA great compete for the Lakers starting center position against Javale McGee? McGee is coming off a career-best year in any categories but if Dwight Howard returns to some form of his younger self, he very well could find himself as a starter. Kyle Kuzma is another key young piece for the Lakers especially after the Anthony Davis trade but is this a make-or-break it year for him? The power forward could possibly be coming off the bench for yet another year in his young career due to a crowded frontcourt with the addition of AD.
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