During the trade for Anthony Davis, the Los Angeles Lakers sent nearly all of their young core to New Orleans in a package that included Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and three first-round picks.
Kyle Kuzma is the last remaining remnant of that infamous Lakers era, and the belief was that he was the most valuable of the bunch.
Unfortunately for the Lakers, Kuzma would prove them wrong.
Since 2019, the young stud has seen a dip in his scoring output, going from 16.1 points per game to 12.9 on just 44% shooting.
With questions surfacing about Kuzma's future, Jalen Rose made a rather interesting statement, suggesting that the only way for him to grow would be a move out of L.A.