Breaking Down Plans for Ramon Sessions and Role Players on L.A. Lakers Roster

May 29th, 2012 by Natalie Saar Leave a reply »
When the Lakers' season ended, it was all too clear that major changes on the team need to be made.

Magic Johnson called for the team to be blown up after they were swept by the Dallas Mavericks last year, but this year, it's for real. Everyone on the team, with the exception of Kobe Bryant, is on the trade block, especially the Lakers' role players, since they weren't playing much of a role in the post-season at all. 

Ramon Sessions is the first big role player to look at.

Sessions was acquired from the Cleveland Cavaliers, and at first, all seemed well with him. Then, in the playoffs, he seemed to completely fade away, like a little kid playing with his older cousins. His averages remained fairly the same, but the difference was his ability to create shots for his teammates.

He was no longer finding them where they were open, and Kobe once again found himself working really hard to get his shots. This can't happen.

Ramon Sessions will likely remain a Laker, because he's young and showed up big in the last game against the Thunder, but he needs some serious grooming. When Sessions was picked up, GM Mitch Kupchak said, "In ...

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