Ben McLemore's Impact on the Lakers
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Ben McLemore joined the Los Angeles Lakers after being bought out by the Houston Rockets.

McLemore took the final spot of the Lakers roster and has given them another threat from beyond the arc, which they definitely needed.

He has averaged 40% from three, in the 2019-20 season with Houston. He was attempting 6.4 threes a game that season.

The Lakers lost Danny Green when they traded him to the Oklahoma City Thunder in order to acquire Dennis Schroder.

Green was frustrating at times due to his inconsistency however, he is a good three-point shooter. He is currently shooting 41% from beyond the arc for the Philadelphia 76ers.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is the Lakers best shooter according to Anthony Davis. He is shooting currently 41.6% from three this season, however, he is also not that consistent and frustrating at times.

Brining in McLemore is another shooter the Lakers can count on as they do need to improve the number of threes they score in a game.

The Lakers are currently ranked 21st in the league when it comes to their three-point percentage. They are shooting 35.7% as a team.

McLemore has already displayed his ability from beyond the arc despite his short time at the Lakers. In their big win against the Brooklyn Nets, he went 5-10 from the three-point line and scored 17 points. 

McLemore is a great addition to the team and should definitely help the Lakers achieve the goal of another championship.