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A look back at a decade of Lakers basketball:
- 2009-2010 Back to Back NBA Championships
- 2010-11 Season:
- Lakers finish 1st in the Pacific, 2nd in the West
- Lose in the playoff semifinals to Mavericks who would go on to defeat the Miami Heat in 6 games in the NBA Finals.
- 2011-12 Season:
- Lakers finish 1st in Pacific, 3rd in West
- Lost in the playoff semifinals to OKC Thunder who would go on to lose to the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals
- End of 2012-2013 season:
- February 18, 2013: Lakers' beloved owner Dr. Jerry Buss dies, leaving the franchise to his children
- Mark Cuban suggests the Lakers consider the amnesty for Kobe
- April 2013: Kobe tears Achilles'
- in 78 games of the 2012-13 regular season, Kobe averaged 27/6/6
- Mind you, Kobe's contract expires at the end of the 2013-2014 season (Kobe would be 35)
- Summer 2013 (offseason):
- Dwight Howard chooses to leave LA and signs with Houston Rockets in free agency
- FA signings: Nick Young, Chris Kaman, Wesley Johnson, Jordan Farmar, Kendall Marshall
- 2013-14 Season
- November 2013: The Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant agree to 2-year extension worth $48.5 million (making him the highest-paid player in the league). Kobe turns 36.
- "The source also said the Buss family was unified in wanting to see Bryant continue to be the league's highest-paid player, and that the owners wanted the extension finalized before Bryant's return to the court as a way of demonstrating his importance to the franchise."
- the signing "should ensure" that Bryant finishes his storied career with the Lakers"
- On Nov 25, 2013 Kobe Bryant tweets: "#Laker4Life"
- December 8, 2013: Kobe plays in his first game since tearing Achilles'
- December 17, 2013: Kobe suffers a fractured lateral tibial plateau in his left knee, ending his season after 6 games.
- The Lakers would finish the 2013-14 season with a record of 27-55, missing the playoffs. The team's leading scorer: Nick "Swaggy P" Young
- November 2013: The Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant agree to 2-year extension worth $48.5 million (making him the highest-paid player in the league). Kobe turns 36.
- Summer 2014 (offseason):
- Mike D'Antoni steps down
- Pau Gasol leaves LAL to sign with Chicago Bulls in free agency
- LAL targets Carmelo Anthony and Lebron James in free agency, miss.
- Lakers draft PF Julius Randle and SG Jordan Clarkson
- FA signings: none
- 2014-2015 Season:
- October 23, 2014: Steve Nash ruled out for the season with back injury
- October 28, 2014: Julius Randle breaks right tibia during Lakers season opener
- January 28, 2015: Kobe undergoes season-ending surgery for rotator cuff tear in right shoulder
- March 21, 2015: Steve Nash announces retirement
- Lakers finish season 21-61, missing playoffs
- second-leading scorer (behind Kobe): Nick Young (13.4ppg)
- Summer 2015 (offseason):
- Lakers draft D'Angelo Russell, Larry Nance Jr., Anthony Brown
- Lakers trade for Roy Hibbert, sign Lou Williams
- 2015-16 Season:
- Kobe announces retirement following 2015-16 season, releases Dear Basketball
- Kobe Bryant's Farewell Tour comes to the most fitting end imaginable: a 60 point game, an unforgettable exit to a historic career
- Summer 2016 (offseason):
- Lakers draft Brandon Ingram and Ivica Zubac
- FA: Lakers sign Luol Deng and Timofey Mozgov - yikes!
- 2016-17 Season:
- February 21, 2017: Jeanie Buss replaces her brother Jim Buss and GM Mitch Kupchak with Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka
- D'Angelo Russell takes a leap: averaging 15/5/4 in his second season (edited)
- Lakers finish season 26-56, missing playoffs for the 4th straight season
- Summer 2017 (offseason):
- D'Angelo Russel and Timofey Mozgov traded to Brooklyn Nets for All-Star Brook Lopez and draft rights (which became Kyle Kuzma)
- Lakers trade draft rights to Tony Bradley for draft rights to Josh Hart and Thomas Bryant
- Draft: Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart, Thomas Bryant
- FA: Lakers sign Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Rob gets biblical), Alex Caruso
- 2017-2018 Season:
- On December 18, 2017: the Lakers retire the numbers 8 and 24 of former SG Kobe Bryant, making him the first player in NBA history to have two numbers retired for the same franchise
- Lakers midseason trade: Jordan Clarkson, Larry Nance Jr. for Isaiah Thomas, Channing Frye and protected 1st round pick
- Lakers improve record to 35-47, but miss playoffs for 5th straight season
- Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, and Julius Randle all average 16.1 ppg
- Summer 2018 (offseason):
- July 1, 2018: Lebron James signs 4-year $154M deal with the Los Angeles Lakers (Klutch Sports Group)
- FA: Lebron James, KCP (re-sign), Alex Caruso (re-sign, two-way), Rajon Rondo, Lance Stevenson, JaVale McGee, Michael Beasley, Tyson Chandler
- Draft: Moritz Wagner, Isaac Bonga, Svi Mykhailiuk
- 2018-19 Season:
- Lakers start season 20-14 (4 seed in Western Conference)
- Lebron James suffers season-ending injury. Lakers finish 29-28 in games Lebron plays. Marks Lebron's first playoff miss after 13 consecutive makes. Lebron averages 27/8.5/7
- Brandon Ingram averages 18/5/4, including a spectacular end of the season
- Kyle Kuzma averages 19/5.5/5
- Lakers finish 37-45, extending playoff drought to 6 seasons.
- Summer 2019:
- Magic Johnson steps down
- Lakers part with Luke Walton
- May 13, 2019: Lakers hire Frank Vogel as new head coach, Jason Kidd named assistant
- June 15, 2019: Lakers agree to trade Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, 3 first round picks (including 2019 4th overall), and first round swap to NO Pelicans for NBA All-Star Anthony Davis
- July 6, 2019: AD trade executed
- 2019-20 Season:
- Kobe and Gianna Bryant die tragically, NBA family mourns
- February 24, 2020: Lakers hold Kobe and Gigi memorial, a beautiful tribute to a life taken too abruptly
- Lakers go 52-19 in a shortened season, 1st in Pacific, 1st in Western Conference, earning first playoff birth since 2012-2013 season
- 2019-20 Postseason:
- Lakers defeat Portland Trail Blazers (4-1), Houston Rockets (4-1), and Denver Nuggets (4-1) to advance to the NBA finals
- The Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Miami Heat in 6 games to become the 2020 NBA Champions.
- Lebron James earns Finals MVP (Playoffs: 28/11/9)
- Anthony Davis earns his first career NBA Championship (Playoffs: 28/10/4)
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Offseason Blueprint: it's time for the Minnesota Timberwolves to unleash the beast
For their sake, we wanted to look ahead with the next edition of the OFFSEASON BLUEPRINT series. In each, we'll preview some big decisions and make some recommendations for plans of attack along the way. Today, we're looking at the Minnesota Timberwolves.
After old school Tom Thibodeau flamed out as the coach/executive in Minnesota, the franchise went in a "new" direction. Literally. New school. Analytics. Moreyball. In fact, the team hired Daryl Morey's protege Gersson Rosas to be their new basketball chief, with the presumption that he'd remake the team in the image of the Houston Rockets organization.
Whether Rosas is the right man for the job or not is still up for debate -- whether the plan will work or not is still up for debate. But what I appreciate here is that there is a plan. Rosas believes in a certain brand of basketball, and he's gotten the coaching staff to buy in as well. This past season, the T-Wolves launched the 3rd most three pointers in the league. They shot the 3rd most free throw attempts. Their pace climbed into the top 5. They're acting the part of a modern, mathematically inclined franchise.
The ship is moving in a specific direction, but they may see a storm on the horizon in the form of a new ownership group. Mainstay Glen Taylor is reportedly selling the team, with Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf as a likely buyer. Wilf has a reputation as a smart owner, but we don't know whether or not he'll buy into Rosas and his vision for the team. The front office and coaching staff will need to sell themselves all over again.
Should a new owner trust Rosas? It's too soon to tell. No doubt, the analytical revolution is here to stay, and it's wise to stay on the right side of that curve. At the same time, the jury's still out on Rosas' ability to scout players as well as he surveys spreadsheets. In the last draft, the team traded up from # 11 to # 6 and ended up with Texas Tech wing Jarrett Culver, a non-shooter. If they had stayed in place, Rosas could have taken better offensive players like Cam Johnson ( #11 pick), P.J. Washington (#12), or Tyler Herro (#13.)
Still, it's too reactionary to judge an executive based on one year's return from one year's pick. Overall, Rosas has the right mentality. He also managed to unload the massive Andrew Wiggins contract, and bring in scorers like D'Angelo Russell and Malik Beasley. And at the end of the day, the team's bad 2019-20 worked out in their favor, as they landed the # 1 pick in the draft. I wouldn't say Rosas has earned my trust yet, but he's earned a fair chance.
By this point, Karl-Anthony Towns' strengths and weaknesses have been well documented. Offensively, he's one of the most gifted players in his generation. Hell, he's one of the best shooting big men of all time. He's shot 40% from three for three years running. He's scored at 62% true shooting for three years running. He has the type of talent and the type of statistics that give him true MVP potential presuming the team could somehow wind up among the top 3 seeds.
Defensively...? We have more issues than Julia Michaels. The effort isn't there. The understanding and angles aren't there. ESPN's RPM ranks his defensive impact as a -3.7 per 100 possessions, which ranks dead last among all 72 qualifiers at center. (To be fair, the other box plus/minus metric grades him about neutral on defense.) New teammate and BFF D'Angelo Russell is also better on offense than defense himself.
When your best players are great offensively and poor defensively, there's a tendency to try and "balance" the roster with defensive specialists. However, there's a risk in overcompensating.
This may be showing my age, but I'm reminded of the 2007-08 Denver Nuggets. The team had been built around a transcendent offensive talent in Carmelo Anthony, and decided to bring in another star in Allen Iverson. The pairing actually worked in regards to their efficiency. In fact, both AI and Melo achieved career highs in FG% that same season, in addition to hammering their way to 17.0 FTA per game between them. However, the team as a whole was worse offensively than defensively. Why? How? Because they figured AI and Melo could "handle" the offense, and surrounded them with defense-only players like Marcus Camby, Kenyon Martin, and Anthony Carter. Those other three starters combined for 93.3 minutes and 0.7 threes per game.
We're never going to see spacing issues like that again, but the T-Wolves need to be careful not to overcorrect in the same way. And unfortunately, they may have been doing that to some degree. Before and after Rosas, the team has made a point to surround Towns with defensive players like Josh Okogie and Jarrett Culver. Those guys aren't good offensive players though (at least, not yet), and that makes it an uphill battle to win games in a league where scoring is more efficient than ever. Consider this: despite a push to play "the right way" with more threes and FTA, Minnesota's offense has been in a nosedive. In 2017-18, the team finished 4th in offensive rating. In 2018-19, that fell to 11th. This past year, that plummeted to 24th. The fact that Towns missed time explains a lot of that, but not all of that.
Despite being built around 2 offensive players, the T-Wolves can't be content with their offensive attack right now. There's a lot more upside to tap into here. Having a stretch big like KAT gives the team a huge edge on the rest of the league (offensively), and they can be one of the few teams that can create a lineup with dynamic shooters/scorers 1-5.
While I may have been critical of a few personnel decisions, the Minnesota Timberwolves have tried to add offensive talent already. In addition to Russell, they also acquired Malik Beasley in midseason. Beasley took full advantage of his opportunity, exploding for 20.7 points per game over his 14 games with the team. Presuming the team retains him, they could have some serious weapons here: KAT, D'Angelo, Beasley...
And hell, let's add one more.
The NBA Draft Lottery gods finally shined on Minnesota, granting them the # 1 pick overall (albeit in a weak year.)
In an ideal world, the top of this class would feature an awesome 3+D power forward, or maybe a big wing. Alas, we are living in an imperfect world. It's more likely that they'll be debating between two scoring guards instead: SG Anthony Edwards and PG LaMelo Ball. (James Wiseman may have been an option for another team, but it's hard to envision them giving major minutes to two bigs.) The Wolves could attempt to trade down a few spots, a la Boston and Markelle Fultz, and still land a good forward like Deni Avdija (Israel), but that type of maneuver is easier said than done.
Between Edwards and Ball, I'd lean to Anthony Edwards. On paper, Edwards would have one of the least impressive resumes for any # 1 pick in history. As a freshman at Georgia, he averaged a solid 19.1 points per game, but that came on poor efficiency (40.2% from the field, 29.4% from three) and on a poor team (the Bulldogs finished 16-16.) Still, the traits and tape are kinder than the stats alone. Edwards has the explosion, strength, and length that could remind optimists of Dwyane Wade or Donovan Mitchell. If you're a half-glass empty-net kinda guy, you may say he's going to develop into an empty calorie scorer in the Dion Waiters mold. Personally, I'm more optimistic than most, and think Mitchell is a realistic comparison to make. Of course, Mitchell is a hard worker, so Edwards will need to be the same to reach his own potential.
While adding another shooting guard isn't ideal, it's best not to get too cute and overthink this. Besides, Rosas comes from a Houston team that doesn't get too caught up in traditional positions anyway. Edwards' body type and dimensions are similar to Eric Gordon, who splits his time about 60-40% between SG and SF for the Rockets. If Edwards can play 20-30% of his minutes at small forward, then the team wouldn't have too much of a problem squeezing in 25-30 minutes for Malik Beasley, either as a starter or as a 6th man. Presuming, of course, a contract can be reached between the two parties.
Prior to the Timberwolves landing the # 1 pick, it seemed like a no-brainer to re-sign Malik Beasley (a RFA.) It may have been a limited sample size, but he flashed enough scoring talent and shooting ability to justify around $15M a year.
The possible pick of Anthony Edwards (or LaMelo Ball) does complicate that math to some degree. As mentioned, they can squeeze in all three guards into their lineup and still give them 30+ minutes a game, but it may be harder to justify a huge financial commitment. Do you want to pay Beasley $15M+ a year if you're not certain that he's going to be locked into the starting lineup?
The argument for the pro-Beasley camp would be based on his offensive talent. He got red hot for Minnesota last season -- hitting 42.6% on 8.9 three point attempts a game. Presumably, that's bound to regress to some degree. However, Beasley's shooting is more "real" than not. For his career, he's averaged 17.0 points per 36 minutes, hitting 38.8% from beyond the arc. Beasley could act as a complementary spacer with the starting lineup, or operate as a primary option for the bench unit. He'd be in play for Sixth Man of the Year if he gets 25+ minutes a game.
If you're in the anti-Beasley camp, you could nitpick his worth. He's athletic, but he's not very big (6'4", 6'7" wingspan.) In terms of size, that lends itself to a pure SG. While we could play Edwards at SF, that would make the team relatively small. A bigger concern with Beasley's future as a scorer is the fact that rarely gets to the free throw line. In his big breakout for Minnesota, he only averaged 2.0 FTA. Over the course of his career, he's averaged 1.6 FTA per 36. That's an extremely low rate for a scorer, which in turn makes him more dependent on getting hot from the field. Beasley's still managed to score at a solid efficiency rate (56.6% true shooting for his career), but there's a "cap" on his ceiling unless he gets to the line more often.
If that's the case, then perhaps it's best for the T-Wolves to "sell high" on Beasley based on his stats in Minnesota. He's a free agent, but a restricted free agent, making a "sign and trade" a distinct possibility. The most obvious trade target would be Aaron Gordon. Gordon doesn't fit in like a glove right now in Orlando, but he'd be a great counterpart to Karl-Anthony Towns here in Minnesota. He's not a shooter, really, but he's an athletic and energetic kid who puts pressure on defenses anyway. Meanwhile, the Magic would also appreciate Beasley's more traditional shooting/scoring, as their offense continues to lag. They may have to inflate an offer to Beasley to match salaries (Gordon makes $18M + $16M) but it's not out of the realm of possibility.
If Minnesota can't find a good sign and trade for Beasley this offseason, then it makes sense to work out some sort of deal to bring him back to the team. At the end of the day, you don't want to let talent walk out the door for nothing. This isn't a team that should be talking steps backwards. They will likely lose their R1 pick next year (top 3 protected) via the Wiggins-Russell trade, so they should be making a point to stack the roster as much as possible. After all, you can always adjust the roster down the road if need be.
We've talked about the Minnesota Timberwolves having 4 potential building blocks here between Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell, Malik Beasley, and the # 1 pick. However, the depth chart behind those four spots looks murky right now.
"Forward" has continued to be a major issue for this team. It'd be great if either Josh Okogie or Jarrett Culver could step up and grab the reins of the SF position, but it's no guarantee. PF is also a big concern. The team acquired Juan Hernangomez from Denver, and gave him a healthy audition as a starter. The 24 year old played 29.4 minutes a game, scoring 12.9 points and hitting 42% from three. Those raw stats look good, but the advanced numbers are not as kind. In fact, Hernangomez graded as a -6.6 impact per 100 possessions according to ESPN RPM, dead last among 98 qualifiers at PF. To be fair, the kid played most of his minutes in 14 wonky games at the end of a lost season, so it's difficult to read too much into any of his numbers. Still, I'd be a little shy about giving him a big money extension as he approaches his own restricted free agency. If another team wants to pay him like a proven starter, then I may let him go.
On the fringes of the rotation, there are some faint bright spots. Rookie C Naz Reid doesn't look the part of a modern big (he looks like a stocky 40-year-old dude shooting hoops at the Y), but he flashed some ability and stretch potential. Backup PG Jordan McLaughlin is a little underrated as well, and potentially is good enough to stick on the roster for the long term as a third PG. Still, this isn't an abundance of riches here. In an ideal world, we'd add some more reliable forwards to the mix, as well as a steady backup PG.
In order to re-stock those cupboards, the T-Wolves will have to get creative. They won't have cap space, but they do have some assets. In addition to the # 1 pick, they also have # 17 pick, and the # 33 pick. They also have some potential contract "filler" like James Johnson ($16M player option!) and Jake Layman ($4M + $4M). If they paired those together -- the # 17 pick and contract filler -- they could potentially add another solid veteran anywhere in the $5M-$20M range.
If the Wolves keep their picks, they need to make them count. This is a good class at PG, so the team could potentially snag a heady backup PG like Nico Mannion (Arizona), Tyrell Terry (Stanford), or Tre Jones (Duke). If they want a bigger forward, then you'd consider active athletes like Patrick Williams (Florida State), Precious Achiuwa (Memphis), or Paul Reed (DePaul). It's hard to expect a # 17 pick to be a starter, but a rotational player is a realistic goal.
That # 33 pick is also nothing to sneeze at, especially because you may be able to land a contributor on a dirt-cheap contract. One name to keep in mind may be Leandro Bolmaro (Argentina). He's a 6'7" guard with nice size and creativity; expecting him to be the next Manu Ginobili is a stretch, but I like his chances of being a long-time pro after a few more years of seasoning.
It may be counterintuitive, but I'd urge the Minnesota Timberwolves to their foot on the gas and keep surrounding their stars with more and more scoring punch. After all, Gersson Rosas' dream of recreating the Houston Rockets will only work if they can fill the court with 5 threats at once. The presence of Karl-Anthony Towns automatically gives the team that type of potential; now, it's time to double down on that and unleash the full beast.
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