After drafting Lonzo Ball No. 2 overall, the Los Angeles Lakers believe they have their point guard of the future, with Magic Johnson calling Ball the "new face of the Lakers" during his introductory news conference. The Lakers also may be investing in some insurance during free agency, since Ball has yet to play an NBA minute. ESPN's Ramona Shelburne reports the Lakers are considering free agent Rajon Rondo

Rondo was waived by the Chicago Bulls after a mostly forgetful season, though Rondo played better in the second half. He was particularly impressive in leading the Bulls to a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series against the Boston Celtics, before a broken thumb sidelined him. 

A unique player, Rondo has been unable to find a home after leaving the Boston Celtics, playing a season or less in Dallas, Sacramento and Chicago. He has clashed with coaches -- notably Rick Carlisle in Dallas,  where he flamed out quickly -- but Rondo was well liked by the younger Chicago Bulls last season. 

Depending on the years and money, bringing Rondo as a veteran point man could benefit the Lakers.