Forward Devin Ebanks won't be back with the Lakers next season after falling far, far out of the rotation.
While former coach Mike Brown was willing to play Ebanks, in early November the third-year forward was arrested on suspicion of DUI.
From that point on, Ebanks rarely ever got off the bench -- except for a three-game stretch in December, the highlight of which was a career-best 15-point game against the New York Knicks.
Even when the Lakers were playing a skeleton crew in the postseason, Coach Mike D'Antoni didn't turn to Ebanks.
"It's really just the coach's decision," said Ebanks after his exit interview with the team. "For me it definitely was a disappointing year. Knowing how hard I worked in the summer."