His stay in Washington was brief.
The Wizards waived Brown on Monday, despite his $3.5-million guaranteed salary. If he clears waivers in 48 hours, Brown will become a free agent.
Originally acquired by the Lakers in 2009 in a trade with the
It's unclear if the Lakers would be interested in a reunion with the athletic, 6-foot-4 guard.
The team already has the maximum of 15 players under contract, although four aren't fully guaranteed (
Perhaps the bigger issue is the Lakers' number of players capable of playing two-guard, including
Until Bryant returns, D'Antoni seems set on starting Blake alongside
Brown averaged 10.5 points a game last season over 59 appearances for the Suns.
The most the Lakers can offer the seven-year veteran is a minimum contract of $1.2 million.
Given the roster glut at two-guard and the eventual return of Bryant, the Lakers may choose instead to pass on Brown.