by Samuel Miller | Lakers Correspondent | Sat, Jul 6th 1:24pm EDT
Cook saw his minutes drop to 14.3 from 22.4 last year with the Warrior, which coincided with a drop in his production fantasy wise. On the other hand, the Lakers traded Lonzo Ball to get Anthony Davis and have yet to sign Rajon Rondo this offseason; so there are minutes to be had in the backcourt next year. If Cook can improve defensively and develop a little bit more consistency on the offensive end, he will have the chance to play 20-plus minutes on a team with Lebron and AD. That should mean better fantasy production than he has had previously in his career.