I think this guy would have been a really good player in the 90s and early 2000s...he doesn't mesh with the modern game very well. There's a reason the Cavs were able to trade next to nothing for him, as well as why no one was willing to trade anything of value for him at the deadline. He is one of the best rebounders of this era, but that skill severely lags in value behind many other post skills (pick and roll offense and defense, rim protection, spot up three point shooting) at this point.
As for accolades, he's been on a lot of bad teams and has never won a playoff game. Even on bad teams somebody has to score. Not sure if he'll start or come off the bench for the Lakers, but I don't expect him to play more than 20-25 minutes a game and see him being heavily rotated with their other post depth.
For the Cavs ... his defense was good at the beginning of the year but as the season progressed his defense slipped quite a bit ... and for the last month it was like he wasn’t even on the floor ... oh, he wasn’t!