Small forward Corey Brewer could move on to a contending team. Getty

The Los Angeles Lakers and reserve forward Corey Brewer have agreed to a contract buyout, according to reports. Details of the buyout have not been disclosed.

Brewer, 31, will be an unrestricted free agent this summer. He is earning $7.58 million this season, according to Spotrac.

In February 2017, the Houston Rockets traded Brewer and a first-round pick to the Lakers for combo guard Lou Williams.

With the Lakers favoring young forwards like Brandon Ingram and Kyle Kuzma, Brewer has received sporadic playing time. He averaged 14.9 minutes per game in 2016-17 and 12.9 minutes per game this season.

"I just want to play basketball," Brewer told the Los Angeles Times. "It's tough not to be playing. I know I can still play. It's just we're a young team — they're a young team — and they're all about going young right now. I just want to have a chance to play, have an opportunity to play, now I have an opportunity to play. Maybe help a playoff team make a run."

Brewer can offer teams a veteran presence and solid perimeter defense.

According to ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Brewer could be reunited with Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan. Brewer played for Donovan at the University of Florida.

Sam Amick of USA Today listed four other teams that might have an interest in adding Brewer.

Meanwhile, Yahoo Sports and ESPN reported that rookie point guard Josh Hart suffered a small fracture in his left hand during Wednesday's practice. Hart, who is right-handed, could be sidelined for most of March.

After a slow start to the season, Hart saw more playing time in recent months with starting point guard Lonzo Ball injured. Hart, who averaged 32.1 minutes in February, shot 51.8 percent from the field in 10 games this month.

Josh Hart has improved in his rookie season. Getty