The Lakers are well-represented throughout the NBA.
On Saturday, former Lakers center Andrew Bynum signed with the Indiana Pacers.
Guard Shannon Brown, who won two titles with Bynum and the Lakers, also signed a 10-day contract on Saturday with the San Antonio Spurs.
On Friday night, the Lakers fell to the Charlotte Bobcats, 110-100, a team armed with four ex-Lakers.
In total, 14 former Lakers are under contract with other teams -- more if training camp invites and traded draft picks are included:
Charlotte Bobcats: Ramon Sessions, Josh McRoberts, Jannero Pargo and Chris Douglas-Roberts (training camp invite)
Cleveland Cavaliers: Earl Clark
Clippers: Matt Barnes, Antawn Jamison
Houston Rockets: Dwight Howard, Patrick Beverley (drafted 42nd overall in 2009, traded immediately to the Miami Heat)
Indiana Pacers: Andrew Bynum
Miami Heat: Toney Douglas (drafted 29th overall in 2009, traded immediately to the New York Knicks)
Milwaukee Bucks: Caron Butler
Minnesota Timberwolves: Ronny Turiaf
New York Knicks: Metta World Peace
Oklahoma City Thunder: Derek Fisher
Phoenix Suns: Gerald Green (training camp invite)
San Antonio Spurs: Shannon Brown
Utah Jazz: Malcolm Thomas (training camp invite)
Washington Wizards: Trevor Ariza
Some might argue that Chris Paul is an ex-Laker, after the NBA's former commissioner, David Stern, nixed a trade from the New Orleans Hornets (now Pelicans) in 2011.
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