The Los Angeles Lakers have finally gotten rid of players I have seen fans complain about for years now: Derek Fisher and Luke Walton. Fisher has been a key part of the team's championships, but has struggled these past two years as the Lakers try to bring in more youth. 

As for Walton, there's really nothing to regret of him leaving. With that, the Lakers traded those two along with Jason Kapono and a first-round draft-pick in a three-team deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Houston Rockets. 

Los Angeles receives Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga from the Cavs and Jordan Hill from the Rockets. The Cavs will get Walton, Kapono, and the draft pick while Houston receives Derek Fisher. 

The Lakers won a lot in this deal, as they get a young, talented point guard to help out Kobe Bryant. They also get a big man in Hill to help off the bench. 

As for the Cavs, they have the first-round pick to look forward to...and this: 

Written by Josh Dhani, Founder

Josh has been writing since January 2009 and has founded the websites FootBasket, Hardcourt Mayhem, and Gridiron Mayhem. For a full bio, check out JoshDhani.com. Follow him on Twitter @JoshDhani


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