The LA Lakers continue to look for veterans as the look to win another NBA title and the latest rumors have the front office looking to fill the need for a shooting guard to come off the bench.
Kyle Ramos of Bleacher Report has suggested that the team looks into adding veteran Michael Redd in a move that would give the Lakers some much-needed depth in the back-court and some scoring power off the bench.
Redd averaged over 8 points per game for the Phoenix Suns and after three straight years of injuries, the soon-to-be 32-year-old has shown he is ready to contribute again and a move to Los Angeles would be a great start for the twilight of his career.
The former second round draft pick has averaged upwards of 26 points per game in his career and his outside shooting is something the LA Lakers lacked last season.
With most of the free agents already signed, the options are getting slimmer by the day, but the team's front office has done a terrific job in adding talent, especially with the NBA salary cap restrictions and adding another solid player like Redd could make this a year to remember for the LA Lakers and their fans.