‘Lakers Are Allergic to Getting FA’- NBA Fans Are Going Insane Over Los Angeles Lakers for Losing Another Free Agent

NBA fans are going insane for losing DeMar DeRozan

The Los Angeles Lakers have had a rough NBA offseason in 2024. It seems like every player they were interested in ended up signing with a different club. It is visible that GM Rob Pelinka had a hard time finalizing the free-agent deals. The Lakers missed out on getting Kyle Anderson and Buddy Hield, and now it looks like they will also miss out on DeMar DeRozan this season.

The Los Angeles Lakers have been the target of ridicule from supporters who feel the team should have gotten the mid-range master when he returned to the Western Conference. The 34-year-old was exactly who Lakers fans thought could help them win another championship. But, the Lakers’ pursuit of DeRozan was unsuccessful since he accepted a deal with the Sacramento Kings.

The Kings were able to acquire him as part of a three-team transaction involving the San Antonio Spurs and the Chicago Bulls. When this news started to spread online, angry Lakers supporters took to social media to express dissatisfaction. They teased the Los Angeles team on Twitter for losing out on DeMar DeRozan. One fan, DivvyBet, made a particularly harsh comment, saying, “LOL the Lakers are allergic to getting free agents.”

The teasing didn’t stop there. One fan posted a meme shot with the caption, “Another failed Lakers signing.”

Another expressed sympathy for LeBron, writing, “He should have gone to the Lakers. Bron must be so pissed at the front office. They landed no stars this offseason.”

Meanwhile, a frustrated fan named Intricateone commented, “Lakers can only draft second-round players.”

DeMar DeRozan Signs $74 Million Sign-and-Trade Deal with Kings After Bulls

Following a sign-and-trade deal involving the San Antonio Spurs, the Sacramento Kings have acquired six-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan from the Chicago Bulls. The Kings threw a ton of money at the power forward. Chris Haynes reports that his three-year, $76 million contract with the Kings is guaranteed at $59 million in the first two years and partly guaranteed in the third.

According to Lakers source Jovan Buha, the Lakers could only offer the non-taxpayer mid-level exception, which begins at $12.9 million for DeRozan. However, the power forward chose to play for the Kings to get the payday he was looking for.


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