Kendall Marshall
Lakers' week in review
Lakers' week in review

The Lakers fleshed out their roster for the 2014-15 season over the last week, notably with the acquisition of veteran forward Carlos Boozer. The Chicago Bulls let Boozer go via their one-time amnesty provision, clearing his money from their salary cap while still on the hook for his actual $16.8-million salary. Through the amnesty waivers process, the Lakers were able to make a successful $3.25-million bid in Boozer's contract, reducing the Bulls' obligation to $13.55 million. The Lakers will not be permitted to trade Boozer; his contract expires at the end of June. The franchise also came to terms with free agent forward Ed Davis, while agreeing to re-sign a trio...