they're not disappointing, because I had no expectations
Jordan hill has improved, imo, and the lakers own his bird rights, I believe
pretty much everything else, but the major con I've noticed lately is that if one of your pros involves development of young players, you should probably move it to con, because the lakers don't have any sort of rights to any of these players. thus, anyone who plays well can't be retained AFTER the lakers go after better veterans. in other words, unless you're interested in bringing back the same team at a much higher cost, you're not looking at many, if any, long-term lakers right now. this has made it hard for me to get into the games this year. there's no identity going forward, which, in fairness, was by design. but another year of this, and they'll lose chunks of the fanbase. the one-year deals are not good for organizations, imo. the mavs learned their lesson last year; hopefully the lakers won't go into asset rollover mode with the cap space.