55. Darius Johnson-Odom - G - Marquette. 6'3", 212. 18.3 ppg.
60. Robert Sacre - C - Gonzaga. 7'0", 263. 11.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg.
Even though the Lakers draft picks were very late, they still ended up having a decent draft. Johnson-Odom slipped to late in the second round because he is an undersized shooting guard. However, he can make jumpers and is strong enough to go to the rim. Plus, he doesn't ballhog any more. NBA scouts may have messed up by allowing him to go this low because they prefer shooting guards to be around 6'5" or 6'6". He could possibly bring some scoring off of the bench.
Sacre was the last pick in this year's NBA Draft. He adds frontcourt depth to a team that was lacking a backup center last season. It's sort of strange that he only 6 rebounds a game when he is seven-foot tall though.