Name, position, height, weight, school, ageLonzo Ball, G, 6-6, 190, UCLA, 20This is a very different situation from when he was handed the keys last season – he’ll have to fight to start and get used to playing alongside a superstar.Michael Beasley, F, 6-9, 235, Kansas State, 29 Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Alex Caruso*, G, 6-5, 186, Texas A&M, 24He’s proven capable enough as a third point guard, and the two-way player could be valuable if Ball or Rondo have health issues.Josh Hart, G, 6-5, 215, Villanova, 23After a strong Summer League, Hart has proved he’s a much more versatile piece than his size suggests – watch for his role to grow.Brandon Ingram, F, 6-9, 190, Duke, 21He might be the player the Lakers need the biggest leap from. If he can improve his scoring efficiency and defensive effort, he could a capable No. 2 to James.LeBron James, F, 6-8, 250, St. Vincent-St Mary HS, 33This roster will challenge James’ ability in his 16th year to carry along a group and mentor a young core of returners. How patient will he be?Kyle Kuzma, F, 6-9, 220, Utah, 23By all accounts, he had a great offseason. But as the Lakers ask him to play more small-ball center, it won’t be easy to switch between roles.JaVale McGee, C, 7-0, 270, Nevada, 30He has a style that suits a fast-break team, but it’s been a while since McGee played a lot of minutes and had a sizeable scoring role.Sviatoslav (Svi) Mykhailiuk (R), F, 6-8, 205, Kansas, 21It’s going to be hard for the rookie to get on the floor, but his shooting ability might give him chances here and there.Rajon Rondo, G, 6-1, 186, Kentucky, 32He’s the second-most important veteran and willl have a strong voice in the locker room. But is he really here to mentor Ball, or is he here to start?Lance Stephenson, G, 6-6, 230, Cincinnati, 28A bench player with a little versatility and a lot of flash, he’s expected to be a crowd favorite if not a huge part of the team’s success.Moritz (Mo) Wagner (R), C, 6-11, 245, Michigan, 21His preseason injury might not bode well for making an impact as a rookie, but the Lakers could use his depth at center.Travis Wear, F, 6-9, 219, UCLA, 28As a two-way contract player, Wear knows the ins and outs of being a pro and he could be helpful for a lot of the younger players.Ivica Zubac, C, 7-1, 240, Croatia, 21His early lethargy in preseason was at least partly due to illness, but the Croatian big still has a lot to prove about whether he can stick in the league. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersIt’s still hard to feel out what Beasley will offer besides scoring punch off the bench.Isaac Bonga (R), G, 6-8, 180, Germany, 18A skilled developmental prospect with a lot of size, Bonga doesn’t yet fit into a rotation looking to go to the postseason this year.“]Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, G, 6-5, 205, Georgia, 25He should have a role as a catch-and-shoot guy in a LeBron-led offense, but his starting role is far from guaranteed.
Son of Miralem Pjanic, the football player playing for the national football representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), could decently replace his father in football matches.At least it looks like that on the footage of little Edin, who, being only three years old, showed very good football skills.It can be noticed that Miralem’s son has a devastating kick with his right foot.In their example, a folk proverb saying that the apple does not fall far from the tree, can be evident!(Source: klix)