On Wednesday, Landry's Twitter account suggested he's already part of the team:
While he hasn't been signed just yet, the Lakers were happy with his performance in Las Vegas as part of their summer league squad, where he averaged 15.2 points a game while shooting 42.1% from the field and 37.1% from behind the arc.
"I've shown what I'm capable of doing and doing it in a system, that's a wonderful system," said Landry, who briefly played for D'Antoni in New York with the Knicks. "It's proven that the system works, if you stick with it."
Assuming the Lakers give Landry a camp invite, he'd likely be fighting for the 14th spot -- with no guarantee the Lakers keep more than 13 players.
The Lakers can keep a maximum of 15 players but 13 or 14 may be more realistic.