The free agency season isn't over just yet for the Los Angeles Lakers.

After missing out on LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony in July, the Lakers held a free agent workout Tuesday in Los Angeles. The workout included forward Michael Beasley; big men Dexter Pittman, Greg Stiemsma, and Daniel Orton; and guards Bobby Brown, Toney Douglas, Ben Hansbrough and Malcolm Lee, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports.

Beasley, the enigmatic 25-year-old who wasn't able to make the most of his return to the Miami Heat last season, was working out for the the Lakers for a second time. The person requested anonymity because the workout was not announced by the team.

The Lakers currently have 13 players, meaning there are two roster spots available on this Kobe Bryant-led group that general manager Mitch Kupchak has said is capable of making the playoffs. That goal is a long shot, to be sure, but shoring up their small forward spot would help.

As it stands, Xavier Henry and Wesley Johnson are the Lakers' only traditional small forwards.

Beasley remains a tantalizing talent, but he left the Phoenix Suns on unflattering terms in the summer of 2013 and wasn't able redeem himself in his return to the Heat last season. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra sang Beasley's praises for much of the regular season but played him in only four of 20 playoff games (17 of his combined 23 minutes came in the NBA Finals finale blowout loss against the San Antonio Spurs).