Kings would want more an incentive than Kyle Kuzma from Lakers in Bogdan Bogdanovic trade

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The Kings, as per a report, are interested in Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma – in any event, ready to begin an offer with Bogdan Bogdanovic.

Kuzma is on the trade block. Bogdanovic isn’t content coming off Sacramento’s bench long term and will become a limited free operator the next summer.

Be that as it may, Bogdanovic is superior to Kuzma. A guard who can deal with and shoot, Bogdanovic likewise fits preferable in Los Angeles over Kuzma. On the off chance that that offer is on the table, for what reason haven’t the Lakers previously jumped on it?

Presumably, because it’s not accessible.

Such a large amount of this is spin. No groups want to be seen as shopping for their very own players. All groups need to be seen as having players that different groups are attempting to procure. Along these lines, everyone gets this dance.

Even though a Kuzma-Bogdanovic trade wouldn’t work straight up under the salary cap, DeMarcus Cousins’ neutral-value expiring agreement would settle that. Cousins is out for the year, so he won’t help the Lakers on this arrangement. Sacramento could simply defer Cousins with no long term cap hit. Along these lines, it would be genuinely basic for the groups to arrange a Kuzma-Bogdanovic swap.

The initial report consistently appeared to be a misunderstanding deep into a trade-rumor telephone. This follow-up report makes that show up considerably more probable.

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