Lakers Got Their Back up Point Guard After Failed Negotiation with Derrick Rose

No Rose will be wearing Purple and Gold, Lakers Moved on and Signed Tyler Ennis

Ennis has agreed to a two-year deal with the veteran’s minimum. Ennis will be a backup point guard for Lonzo Ball, assuming that they would use Jordan Clarkson as back up shooting guard and not point guard. Tyler Ennis was a member of the Lakers last season but wasn’t really playing enough minutes and he should expect the same thing especially with Lonzo Ball around. Ennis is going to be a Los Angeles Lakers filler, as the Lakers is already looking ahead for the big 2018 free agency.