Los Angeles Lakers sign two players for the post-season

I Los Angeles Lakers will play in the post-season, something almost unhopeful until February, the way things were going. Today, on the final day of the regular season, the yellow-viola will know whether they will qualify directly for the Playoffs or have to go through the Play-in, probably against the New Orleans Pelicans. As Dave McMenamin reported, today the Lakers will sign two players just ahead of the post-season to lengthen the roster: Shaq Harrison e Tristan Thompson.

Harrison, an almost 30-year-old guard, played five games in the NBA this year with Portland, scoring 8.8 points on average and dishing out 6.0 assists. Thompson is certainly more famous; he played with LeBron James in Cleveland winning the title in 2016 and has always remained a free agent this season, having worn the jerseys of Sacramento, Boston and Chicago last year with 6.0 points and 5.1 rebounds average.

Davon Reed, 8 games played with the Lakers at 1.0 points average, will be cut to free up a roster spot.

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