NBA Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Lakers To Bring In Phoenix Suns' Eric Bledsoe?

14 October 2016, 9:00 am EDT By Dheeraj R Mobile & Apps

Even though the new NBA season is about to start, the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly not yet  done rebuilding their team. The latest trade rumors hinted that the Lakers might enter a deal with the Phoenix Suns, involving Lakers shooting guard Nick Young and small forward Brandon Ingram, and Suns point guard Eric Bledsoe.

Reports suggested that the Lakers are currently trying to improve their roster and adding Bledsoe will help them to strengthen their point guard position. Sports Rageous claimed that Bledsoe will provide the Los Angeles Lakers with exceptional offensive skills and improve their frontcourt gameplay.

Furthermore, there are rumors that the Lakers will team up Bledsoe with their point guard D'Angelo Russell, which is touted to be the best backcourt pairing in the Western Conference, reported ChattSportsNet. The other players that might be a part of the team up are Jordan Clarkson, small forward Luol Deng, and center Timofey Mozgov, which will aid the team to become one of the top contenders of the NBA league.  

On the other hand, reports stated that even the Phoenix Suns is in the process of rebuilding their roster before the start of the new season. The trade rumors hinted that Lakers' Young and Ingram will help the Suns to improve their offensive gameplay.

It is stated that adding Young and Ingram will help the Suns to further enhance their frontcourt and thus provide a tough competition to other teams in the NBA league. Both the players are expected to be teamed up with the Suns' small forward T.J. Warren, Derrick Jones, and P.J. Tucker.

However, there is still no official comment on whether the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns will opt to trade their players before the start of the new season. Stay tuned for more NBA trade rumors and updates.

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