Lakers Bolster Roster With G League Standout Dylan Windler Following Record-Breaking Performance

Photo: Instagram/Dylan Windler

To address their recent struggles, the Lakers have signed G League standout Dylan Windler. 

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the versatile wing will join the team on a two-way contract. 

Windler's signing comes hot on the heels of an outstanding performance with the Westchester Knicks, where he scored 23 points and set a G League record with an impressive 33 rebounds.

Photo: Instagram/Dylan Windler

This marks Windler's third NBA team in his four seasons, having previously played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the New York Knicks. 

With 87 career games under his belt, the 27-year-old brings a wealth of experience to the Lakers. Despite the Lakers' recent setbacks, Windler's addition injects fresh talent into the lineup. 

The team, currently 11th in the Western Conference with a 17–19 record, hopes to turn the tide with this strategic signing. 

As the Lakers gear up to face the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday, anticipation is high for Windler's impact on the court. (Source: Sports Illustrated)

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