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Lakers reportedly agree to minimum deal with Troy Brown Jr.

The Lakers clearly have a clear intent on getting younger as they have reportedly agreed to a deal with Troy Brown Jr. The former first-round pick was not tendered a qualifying offer by the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday.

Last season, Brown played 66 games for the Bulls, starting seven of them, and played 16 minutes per game. He averaged just 4.3 points per contest and shot 35.3% from the 3-point line. That figure represents both a figure that is below league average and also a career-best mark for Brown, a sign of the struggles he’s had during his career.

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