Seemingly unlike in past seasons, there’s actually a plan for the Lakers’ future, forward Julius Randle said Thursday at the team’s training facility in El Segundo.
It includes him preparing for training camp like he’s never prepared before.
“The biggest focus for me this summer is coming back in incredible shape,” Randle said. “Just nonstop, just a beast coming back.”
Randle played in 74 games and averaged 13.2 points and 8.6 rebounds in 28.8 minutes.
He sounded optimistic after meeting with Lakers President Magic Johnson, General Manager Rob Pelinka and Coach Luke Walton a day after the conclusion of a 26-56 season.
“There’s a clear vision of where we...