Lakers Nation Week in Review: Jul. 6- Jul. 13

Lakers Nation Week in Review: Jul. 6- Jul. 13

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jordan-farmar-kobe-bryant-2010-1-4-0-10-42The Los Angeles Lakers have started their Plan B after Dwight Howard decided to take his talents to Houston. Even though the Lakers missed out on the big man, the front office has done a great job recovering and setting this team up for next season.

Thus far, the Lakers have brought in three new faces, and they all have the potential to contribute greatly once the offseason concludes. There is still some roster spots to fill up for the Lakers, and names like Lamar Odom and Sasha Vujacic seem like real possibilities.

The craziness of free agency increases on a daily basis, and here is a week in review to get caught up on it all.

Lakers Nation News: 

Metta World Peace hinted at retiring after being amnestied. 

Nick Young said he idolized Kobe Bryant growing up.

The Lakers plan to use Young as a small forward next season. 

Los Angeles officially announced plans to amnesty World Peace.

Ryan Kelly is six weeks from basketball activities. 

The Lakers added Nick Young on a one year deal.

Dwight Howard asked if Kobe Bryant could be amnestied. 

Bryant said the idea of LeBron James coming to the Lakers isn’t that big of a stretch.

Kobe talked about his financial future with Serena Winters.

Corey Maggette is willing to play for the Lakers on a veteran’s minimum.

Bryant said the Lakers will always be contenders. 

Kobe targets August to begin full basketball activities.

The Lakers re-signed center Robert Sacre.

Los Angeles was charged the most in luxury taxes.

The Lakers have brought back former point guard Jordan Farmar. 

Chris Kaman and the Lakers agreed to a one year deal.

Reports say there is a 50-50 chance Carmelo Anthony joins the Lakers. 

Kobe Bryant did not appreciate Howard’s childish behavior.