Marc Gasol is joining the Los Angeles Lakers, agreeing to a two-year deal with the purple and gold. While most already consider it a rare scenario with both Spaniard playing for the same team in different eras, there is a bigger goal ahead that some may find to replicate.

Though it is still too early, there is no doubt that the Lakers are determined to win another NBA title. With the younger Gasol in tow, winning an NBA title would place him and his older brother in the league as the only brothers to win an NBA title with the same franchise but in different eras.

As of now, both are already up there as siblings who have an NBA title tucked under their belt. Pau Gasol won a couple (2009 and 2010) while Marc Gasol got his first title in 2019 as a member of the Toronto Raptors.

The younger Gasol agreed to a two-year deal though the money involved was not divulged, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported. There is no official word on how much that would cost though the numbers could be divulged in the coming days. But it seems pretty clear that the 35-year-old is looking to win another title. It could be more than one, depending on how long he intends to stay with the purple and gold.

The Lakers netted a big fish as they look to ramp up their frontline. Dwight Howard is now with the Philadelphia 76ers while JaVale McGee was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers along with a future second-round pick. The Cavs sent Jordan Bell and Alfonso McKenzie but their contracts are not guaranteed according to another tweet by Wojnarowski.

Gasol becomes the latest big name to join the Lakers for the 2020-21 season. Previously, Los Angeles got Dennis Schroder, Wesley Matthews and Montrezl Harrell.

In Gasol, Anthony Davis would have a big man who can operate inside efficiently. Though he has been hampered by injuries the past years, the former NBA Defensive Player of the Year remains a force to reckon with.

Also, Gasol does not have to overplay himself. LeBron James and Davis will remain the focal points for head coach Frank Vogel, meaning he is unlikely to push himself and worry about injuries. Hence, the chances of Gasol winning a second NBA title is looking good, not to mention entering the NBA record books alongside his brother Pau.

Marc Gasol #33 of the Toronto Raptors reacts to play in front of Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers Marc Gasol #33 of the Toronto Raptors reacts to play in front of Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers Getty Images | Harry How