That’s a good thing considering Jabari Davis of Basketball Insiders would be ‘shocked’ if Kaman was still with the Lakers come the NBA’s trade deadline.
Kaman is an expiring contract at season end and clearly does not fit within Mike D’Antoni‘s system. Given that, he really has no future with the Lakers would could very well ship him off to a team in need.
I think the Clippers, Blazers, and Thunder could each use a solid big off the bench, but I also think he could fit in well with San Antonio if they decided they needed a rotation big for the playoff push. I would be very surprised to see Kaman remain with the Lakers beyond the break…unless they have one of those unforeseen deals they are known for that would involve a combo of the other bigs.
Kaman is a legit seven footer and has plenty well recently (individually), so he should have a decent market. The Lakers aren’t going to get much back, but any asset is good for a player who won’t be back next season.