It's weird, he wasn't a great player in the NBA, had health issues(as well as health "issues") was never in particularly good shape, probably can't even dunk a ball today, and while he _did_ have respectable BB knowledge and was by no means a dumb player, he really just didn't add anything of essential value to this team. I think it was cool seeing him with a clipboard those few times and I wonder if he won't stick around the league as an assistant or even eventual head coach one day.
Anyway, point being, despite all of that, he was still a Laker for a long time and you got used to having him around. So on that basis alone, wish him well moving forward, even though realistically, It's not like he's going to be evolving his game from here. He'll likely continue to ride the bench and then retire within a couple of seasons.