The Lakers' summer league squad (1-3) hasn't been especially impressive, despite high hopes for rookie guard D'Angelo Russell and second-year forward Julius Randle.
Heading into the team's final game on Friday, Russell has averaged just 9.5 points and 3.8 assists a game, while shooting 31.7% from the field and 7.7% from three-point range, along with 5.8 turnovers.
Randle, who missed almost his entire rookie season with a broken leg, has given the Lakers 11.7 points with 3.7 rebounds a night, shooting 39.3% from the field.
The Lakers selected Russell with the second overall pick in June's 2015 NBA draft. Randle is essentially a red-shirt rookie, selected with the...