Montrezl Harrell signs for Los Angeles Lakers Football News

Power forward Montrezl Harrell, former Los Angeles Clippers player and best 'Sixth Man' of the 2019-20 season, will play for the next two years in the neighbors Los Angeles Lakers, current champions of the NBA the NBA confirmed this morning.

In one of the free agency 'bombings', the inside, 26 years old and 2.01 meters, leaves the Clippers to leave and reinforce the rival of the city, where he will earn 19 million for two seasons. Now, he will trade his attacking duo with Lou Williams for Dennis Schroder, who finished just behind him in the voting for best 'Sixth Man'.

In his last season, Harrell averaged 18.6 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 27.8 minutes per game making 58% of his field shots, a few numbers which earned him to be recognized as the best 'Sixth Man' of the season, an accolade for an inner player.

In the 'Playoffs' in Orlando, their benefits dropped; Harrell then had 10.5 points and 2.9 rebounds in an average of 18.7 minutes per game in a phase in which the Clippers were eliminated in the second round.

The movements of the Angelina franchise do not end there during the first day of free agency, which also has taken on the services of the escort Wesley Matthews who last year was a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and who signed for a season.

Dwight Howard, to the Sixers: Gallinari, to the Hawks

On the other hand, veteran center Dwight Howard leaves the Los Angeles franchise to land in the Philadelphia 76ers after signing 7.5 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in an average of 18.9 minutes during the Regular Phase. It will be his seventh team in the NBA after the Orlando Magic, the Houston Rockets, the Charlotte Hornets, the Atlanta Hawks, the Washington Wizards and the Lakers.

The Italian forward also changes from Oklahoma City Thunder to Atlanta Hawks Danilo Gallinari, at a rate of 61.5 million for three courses.

Meanwhile, the Eastern champion, Miami Heat, has managed to retain Goran Dragic and Meyers Leonard, l or the same as Brooklyn Nets with Joe Harris and Washington Wizards with Davis Bertans.