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Lakers Rumors: Team Reaches Out to Ramon Sessions to Begin Free Agency Reviewed by Momizat on . With the free agency period officially beginning at 9:00 PM Saturday night, General Managers around the league were on their phones attempting to lure in free a With the free agency period officially beginning at 9:00 PM Saturday night, General Managers around the league were on their phones attempting to lure in free a Rating:
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Lakers Rumors: Team Reaches Out to Ramon Sessions to Begin Free Agency

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With the free agency period officially beginning at 9:00 PM Saturday night, General Managers around the league were on their phones attempting to lure in free agents to improve their team.

The first player Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak reached out to was point guard Ramon Sessions, who opted out of his contract to test the free agent waters after spending the second half of the season in Los Angeles.

According to Mike Bresnahan of the L.A. Times, Kupchak reached out to Sessions’ agent in hopes of working out a new deal.

Kupchak had previously mentioned that the team’s main priority in the off-season was re-signing Sessions, and it looks like he is sticking to his story thus far.

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  • Sti1lmatic

    It’s about damn time Mitch picks up the damn phone. Unfortunately it’s to lure in the wrong player.

  • Mrbigrzl

    we need to get younger and more athletic, The heat did fine defending Westbrick and Harden, its a team game and Sessions will be fine, dont forget he is a young pg and we had a short season last year. So that made sense that he struggled a bit. The real ? is can Pau Gasol be a factor in Mike Browns terrible offense?

    • Robcor23

      That’s right, not one player can guard players like Westbrook and Chris Paul.  It takes a team, especially when they’re setting screens and rolling.  And yeah, Pau struggles with Bynum dominating the inside, so finding a way to integrate him, have plays just for Pau is the way to go if they keep him on the roster.

  • david16

    It was a shortend season I think to bring sessions back is good with a full training camp and a full season will bring sessions confidence back.

  • NM Outlaw

    Trade him we need someone with experience, he had his shot last year, Lakers cant take another chance the window is closing for Kobe

  • http://twitter.com/LessThanZer04 LessThanZer04

    BY getting Nash are we throwing in the towel? Nash can’t guard anyone. Good job Laker Brass.

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