The addition of Jamison could be huge for the Lakers, who are trying desperately to improve their bench.
Last season, the Lakers, were among the worst in bench production and were awful from three-point range. It remains to be seen what kind of contract Jamison will demand, but one thing is clear: Jamison wants one last shot at playing for a contending team.
Despite the fact that Jamison is 36 years old, he still proved last season how efficient he can be. While averaging 17.2 points and 6.3 rebounds per game, he was the second-best player behind Kyle Irving's Cleveland Cavaliers team.
For a Laker team attempting a variety of championship-building trades, Antwan Jamison would be the perfect fit, especially if they can squeeze Dwight Howard and/or Josh Smith from their respective teams. Jamison would be a huge spark off a bench, once sorely lacking in production.
It is now clearly obvious that Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers management are doing everything possible to bring L.A back to its championship form.
With Kobe Bryant desperately searching for his sixth title, Jamison would be one step towards achieving those goals.
In the meantime, we are all keeping our fingers crossed. We're rooting for you, Mitch!