With roughly two months left until the NBA season, the Lakers are in search of help at center. The front office is looking for depth after losing DeMarcus Cousins to a torn ACL.
Los Angeles has plenty of talent in its frontcourt with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Kyle Kuzma. But the team doesn't have any marquee players when it comes to the center position.
JaVale McGee is the only healthy center on the depth chart for Los Angeles. However, it appears more help is on the way.
According to ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers are planning individual workouts with Dwight Howard, Joakim Noah and Mo Speights.
The workouts will take place this week in Los Angeles.
In addition to these three options, the Lakers are also considering Marcin Gortat. He last played for the Clippers, averaging 5.0 points and 5.6 rebounds per game.
The reports involving the Lakers and Howard surfaced over the weekend. It'd be his second stint with the franchise if the two sides come to an agreement.
As for Noah, the former Defensive Player of the Year averaged 7.1 points and 5.7 rebounds in 42 games with the Grizzlies.
It's certainly possible that Los Angeles signs one of the three centers that it will be working out later this week.