NBA Free Agency: Los Angeles Lakers meeting with George Hill

NBA Free Agency: Los Angeles Lakers meeting with George Hill

Lonzo is normally seen as an offensive player, but coaches and staff have said that if he puts his mind to it, he will be able to be known as a defensive player as well.

Depending on the years and money, bringing Rondo as a veteran point man could benefit the Lakers.

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne reported Monday, citing a source, that L.A. views Hill as a guard that it can start alongside Ball since both are capable of playing off the ball.

The Lakers are in desperate need of offensive help as they finished with the second worst record in the Western Conference after winning just 26 games last season.

The front office of the LA Lakers are looking to make some dramatic changes, no matter the cost.

With the free agent market this week, several teams from around the league have already made headlines and money is being thrown around at historical levels, but look for Los Angeles to take a step in the other direction and add some key players that won't break the bank and allow for future success by keeping cap space open for next summer when several big name players become available.

Hill, 31, played through a toe injury last season that limited his durability in his one season with the Utah Jazz.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Los Angeles Lakers plan to meet with Hill with the intention of coming to terms on a one-year deal.

Where does Dion Waiters fit?

For his NBA career, he is averaging 11.8 points, 3.3 assists and 3.2 rebounds across an even 29 minutes per outing. Not only is he a solid defender, but he is a combo guard.

The Lakers also signed forward Kyle Kuzma and guard Josh Hart.