Thomas Bryant, the center of the Washington Wizards’ believed that joining the Los Angeles Lakers again would be a more comfortable and worthwhile decision for the 2022-23 season instead of playing for a team he spent four years with. According to a report published by Yahoo Sports on Wednesday, Thomas Brant has agreed to play for a one-year deal with the team he made his debut in 2017. He is a complete athletic person with godly skills to flare up the court, and his addition will provide the Lakers with more strength.
The Last Four Season with Washington Wizards
Bryant made his debut for LA in 2017 and played only 15 games before the franchise threw him out. Thereafter, he signed for the Washington Wizards in 2018, representing them in 53 of the 72 games in his first season. Although he suffered with ACL during the 2021 season, he played phenomenally well, averaging 7.4 points per game and four rebounds in 16 minutes.
Soon after his signing, Dan Woike, the Los Angeles Times writer, added that “Bryant is expected to compete for a spot in the Lakers’ starting lineup, sources said.” The 6-foot-10 star can make things happen for Los Angeles. His inclusion in the team will bring All-Star Anthony Davis back into the power forward, giving the team a pair of two big giants in the court for the 2022-23 season.
Before his anterior cruciate ligament injury, Bryant was in serious business, averaging under 15 points per game, six rebounds in 27 minutes, and ten starts. The 24 years NBA star is all set to explore numerous opportunities under his new head coach Darvin Ham.