The Lakers are keeping Reaves and Russell. The Bucks agreed to keep Lopez in free agency

Two of the Los Angeles Lakers' finest guards were retained. The majority of players in free agency have stayed put thus far,

 and the Milwaukee Bucks managed to hang onto their big man on Saturday.

However, Dillon Brooks is starting over in Houston.

According to sources with knowledge of the agreements who spoke to The Associated Press, 

D'Angelo Russell returned to the Lakers on a two-year contract worth $37 million, 

while Austin Reaves agreed to a four-year deal worth up to $56 million. The arrangement with Reaves was initially revealed by The Athletic, 

and the agreement with Russell was first reported by ESPN.

The Lakers, who advanced to the Western Conference finals before losing to the Denver Nuggets

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