Los Angeles Lakers Depth Chart 2021 Lakers Depth Chart

42-30, 3rd in West Pacific

There's certainly a lot to be said about the Lakers after this offseason. There's conflicting opinions, sure, but not many are willing to argue with the premise that they'll at least be better than last year. Of course there's the now almost sibling rivalry between the Lakers and Clippers who all of a sudden have an arguably more exciting team for fans to enjoy watching in the Staples Center. Whether you're a fan of what the Lakers have put together in the offseason or not, there's no arguing with the fact that it'll at least be interesting to see how things shape up.

Depth Chart


PG: LeBron James

Yes, you read that correctly. LeBron has made it known that he wants to play point guard for the Lakers this season, and no one really objected. Whether it's "LeBron's team" or "Anthony Davis'" team, LeBron will now be even more involved in every play than he previously was.

SG: Danny Green

Last year, Danny Green averaged 10.3 points per game with the Raptors which is a step up from his 9.0 PPG over the course of his 10 year career. I think Green is a nice piece to fill out this star-studded Lakers starting lineup.

SF: Kyle Kuzma

Kuzma was one of the only young players on the Lakers to survive the active offseason of trades. While many of his former teammates will be suiting up in Pelicans' jerseys next year, Kuzma remains on the Lakers which I think is a good thing for both him and LA. He averaged 18.7 points per game last year with 5.5 rebounds per game.

PF: Anthony Davis

What many are calling the "duo era" in the NBA was completed for the Lakers with the addition of Anthony Davis. Him and LeBron will be the headliners of the team and many are speculating the two and their supporting cast have what it takes to win a Finals. It's hard to say how they'll play together before actually seeing it, but it's a very exciting premise.

C: DeMarcus Cousins

After spending one season with the Warriors last year, Cousins finds himself on the Lakers for the 2019/20 campaign. He averaged 16.3 points per game last year and has a career average of 21.2. Most importantly, his 8.2 rebounds per game last year will be of great use to the Lakers this year.


PG: Rajon Rondo

Rondo will be suiting up for his second season with the Lakers. Last year, he averted 9.2 points per game with an impressive 8.0 assists. While already a team with a good amount of veterans, Rondo also brings a unique veteran leadership to the table.

SG: Avery Bradley

Newly-acquired Bradley will be coming off the bench for the Lakers at the shooting guard position. He spent last year split between the Clippers and Grizzlies. Through 14 games with Memphis, he put up an average of 16.1 points per game and averaged 4.0 assists.

SF: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Caldwell-Pope will be coming off the bench for the Lakers at the SF position. He's another player who survived the Lakers offseason of shipping people out. Last year, he averaged 11.4 points per game with 2.9 rebounds.

PF: Jared Dudley

After spending last year with the Brooklyn Nets, Dudley will be coming off the bench for the Lakers at the PF position this year. He's a solid bench player, averaging 2.6 rebounds per game last year and 4.9 points.

C: Javale McGee

McGee spent last season with the Lakers averaging 22.3 minutes per game. He put up 12.0 points per game and had an impressive PER of 21.88 which had him at 38th overall in the NBA. He'll still play a big role for the Lakers.