“Only if the LA Lakers knew how to use him properly” German star Dennis Schroder posted an all-time high against Poland in the FIBA ​​European Qualifiers

After concluding last month’s anticipated draft night, NBA Free Agency has been going for a while. Teams are looking for quality players that are relatively cheaper to obtain as an exchange. While US stars are only represented in the nation, many international NBA players are busy representing their countries in FIBA ​​World Cup qualifiers. Fans keep tabs on their favorite NBA stars as Luka Doncic and Goran Dragic make waves for Slovenia. Facundo Campazzo leads Argentina. But surprisingly it is Dennis Schröder for Germany who makes huge productions on international duty.

Dennis had a monster game against Poland to help his country to a 93-83 win in a hard-fought competition. With 38 points in the game, he set an all-time high in the European Qualifiers and made headlines in the media. The tournament’s second-best performance also came on Sunday, when Luka Doncic netted a nearly 30-point triple-double against Sweden.

Have the Los Angeles Lakers lost a gem in Dennis Schroder?

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Dennis Schroeder

Dennis Schröder was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks in 2013. But after some role-playing, he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunders to help Russell Westbrook’s quest for the championship. Lakers were impressed with the star and they’re moving for the star for a season. The former Lakers point guard had a very tough 2021-22 season in Hollywood. He averaged a moderate 15 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists, completing his career’s 32 minutes of play.

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Schröder has a pretty good midfield game and is also very efficient from the free-throw line. Perhaps Frank Vogel could have used the formal 6th runner-up differently as a secondary ball handler on the team, Lakers might have had very different results.

After missing a massive extension for the LA Lakers, Schroder was forced to sign a one-year deal with the fledgling Boston Celtics. After a stunning performance in Boston, he was traded to the Houston Rockets, where he finished the season on the young and ailing list.

Schroder, 28, is still a free agent but could be in touch with some franchises after playing for Germany in World Cup qualifiers. To date, the guard has not been linked with a major move to a team and is expected to sign the veteran minimum for his next team. This is a far cry from the $80 million he turned down from the Lakers.

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Dennis Schroeder, LeBron James and Anthony Davis

Lakers attempted to fill in the guard position with the massive trade for Russell Westbrook, which failed miserably. They would have kept Schroder and might not have gone all-in for Westbrook if everything had been sorted right from the start.

As for Dennis Schroder, his performances for Germany could help generate interest but are unlikely to land him a bigger contract with a rival team. But maybe he needs to be flexible on some commercials.

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