The LA Lakers have two major holes to fill this NBA off-season, but they didn't fill either in the draft. The front office to make a move and the team ended up with two second round choices, but point guard and small forward were ignored for players with some upside.
GM Mitch Kupchak took shooting guard Darius Johnson-Odom and center Robert Sacre with the teams two picks. Johnson-Odom is just 6'2", but his bulk could help against stronger and bigger guards, but his size is a drawback. Sacre is a seven-footer with good upside, but his overall athleticism is not up to leagues standards and his offensive skills are in need of help.
This team wasn't expected to land much help with the last pick in the draft, but they did land two players who could help with depth and given some time, could become regulars in the team rotation.
The LA Lakers are likely to make a few more moves this summer with a trade and possibly free agent signings, but the salary cap is going to play a big part in the type of players the team can add. The window is closing on Kobe Bryant's NBA career and this team must add the pieces around their star if they want to challenge for another title before he retires.