Los Angeles Lakers Recall Thomas Bryant From South Bay

By Noah Camarena | December 16, 2017

EL SEGUNDO – The Los Angeles Lakers have recalled rookie center Thomas Bryant from the South Bay Lakers, it was announced today.

Bryant grabbed his fourth double-double of the season (32 points, 10 rebounds) in South Bay’s loss to the Westchester Knicks on Friday night.

In twelve games with South Bay this season, Bryant has averaged 22.3 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 30.8 minutes per game.  Bryant has grabbed four double-doubles in the G League, shooting 101-169 (.598) from the field and 34-74 (.459) from deep.

About the South Bay Lakers:

The NBA G League’s South Bay Lakers, the first franchise in G League history to be owned by an NBA team (Los Angeles Lakers), returns for its 11th season of competition in 2017-18.  The Lakers franchise has established itself as a top producer of NBA-ready talent, totaling 26 NBA Call-Ups and developing 19 Lakers assignment players since the inaugural 2006-07 season. Last season, the Lakers returned to the playoffs for the third time in the last four years and produced the league MVP in guard Vander Blue.  The Lakers have claimed three division titles and have twice competed in the NBA G League Finals, most recently in 2015-16.