The Lakers have limited spending power but Coach Mike D'Antoni likes the team's recent acquisitions of Chris Kaman and Nick Young
"I'm excited about it," D'Antoni told HoopsWorld.com earlier in the week in Las Vegas. "I think that [General Manager] Mitch [Kupchak] did an unbelievable job ... of getting the best available two guys who can really score and can play. We got lucky. I'm really looking forward to coaching them."
Center Kaman accepted a one-year deal from the Lakers for $3.2 million. Swingman Young signed a two-year deal at the minimum with a player option on the second season.
The Lakers have also added forward/guard Wesley Johnson, re-signed center Robert Sacre and have a deal pending with point guard Jordan Farmar. Second-round pick Ryan Kelly (48th) is also likely to sign before the season as well.