The Los Angeles Lakers have gotten off to a rough start to say the least. In their first seven games of the 2018-19 season, they have won just two, although no more than nine points being the difference in each loss. They have already proven they can be dominant on offense, averaging a league-leading 136 points per game as a team, ahead of teams like Golden State, Houston, and Boston.

It’s clear to see that this Los Angeles team is embracing the run and gun style of play similar to that of the showtime Lakers in the 70’s. However, the Lakers have been playing poorly as a defensive unit since the start of the season.

JaVale McGee has blocked three shots per game, LeBron James has been in passing lanes with two steals per contest, but as a whole, the Lakers have not been great defensively. Another thing the Lakers have been subpar at is three-point shooting. Surprisingly, second-year man Lonzo Ball leads the team in shooting from beyond the arc so far. One man who could definitely help their shooting struggles is veteran and all-time great shooter, Kyle Korver.

Korver on the trade block

According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, the Cleveland Cavaliers have "initiated testing the trade market for Kyle Korver in recent days." The forward, who is entering his 16th season, has been a part of the Cleveland Cavaliers team in the last three seasons, and currently sits in fourth place all-time with 2,218 three-point field goals.

But that isn’t holding back the Cavaliers from trading him, especially after seeing huge changes in the organization with the firing of Tyronn Lue and the injury to Kevin Love.

There was some trade interest for Kyle Korver last summer, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are hoping to continue those talks. They will likely look to trade other veteran players including Channing Frye and JR Smith, as they look to convert into a younger team.

Los Angeles?

Kyle Korver spent some time on the same team as LeBron James during the previous two seasons, and in their time together they were a deadly combination. LeBron James being one of the best playmakers in the NBA, and Korver being one of the deadliest three-point shooters of all time, made for a pretty scary one-two punch.

With a roster spot open, the Lakers could look to acquire Kyle Korver with draft picks, or trade one of their veteran players. Korver’s shooting prowess on the court and his ability to move off the ball could be a perfect fit for the Lakeshow. Despite some doubt about the Cavaliers forward and what he can still do at this stage in his career, he should be worth something significant on the trade block.