The Los Angeles Lakers are a team on the rise in the NBA right now. Head coach Luke Walton has his team performing at a top-5 level on the defensive end, but the offense has been struggling mightily.

One big reason for it is the lack of perimeter shooting as the Lakers currently rank dead last in three-point percentage by a large margin. Simply put, L.A. just doesn’t have too many shooters, but the front office is looking at possible help.

The team has been rumored to have interest in free agent forward Mindaugas Kuzminskas, who was recently released by the New York Knicks. According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN, the Lakers recently met with him as they are evaluating their wing depth:

“The Lakers are keeping tabs on free agent Mindaugas Kuzminskas. According to sources with knowledge of the team’s thinking, the Lakers, in need of perimeter shooting, are doing their due diligence and met with the forward recently while they evaluate their wing depth.”