The Los Angeles D-Fenders have hired Luke Walton as a player development coach for the NBA D-League team.
The Los Angeles D-Fenders, a D-League team, have hired Luke Walton as a player development coach, it was announced today by team President/CEO Joey Buss. “We are very excited to add Luke to our staff,” said Buss. “His championship experience will help build upon the winning culture that has been established with the D-Fenders. [...]
Terrell Owens is at it again. No, not doing sit-ups in his driveway, dancing like I imagine David Stern would at a nightclub or apologizing for Windows Vista. This time he's making absurd statements at the expense of Luke Walton. Per...Show More Summary
On one hand, Gregg Popovich probably had legitimate reason to be upset after Luke Walton's questionable drawn charge call. On the other hand, he might have just been bored with tonight's Spurs-Cavs game. On a third hand, he might have plans to attend a wine tasting with Jaren Jackson and a mummy. Show More Summary
The NBA seems to influence the sports apparel world more so than any other sport, especially when we're talking about shoes. You can go out and wear the same shoes that Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James or even Luke Walton wears while playing on a day-to-day basis. Show More Summary
The Cavaliers have recalled forward Jon Leuer from Canton and excused forward Luke Walton to "address a personal matter."
With the NBA season drawing nearer, it's never too early to look ahead to any possible trades that could be made. While trade talk has surrounded Anderson Varejao for years, other Cavs like Daniel Gibson, Luke Walton and Omri Casspi could be on the block as well. Show More Summary
The NBA has some truly great players like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant. But, the league also has some embarrassing players like Luke Walton and DeSagana Diop. Those embarrassing players provide plenty of comedy for fans and players alike and are often in the news because of their shortcomings or bloopers. Show More Summary
Cavaliers forward Luke Walton will not travel with the team to Champaign, IL for the Cavaliers game against Chicago on Friday due to a left hamstring strain experienced during training camp. He will remain at Cleveland Clinic Courts to receive treatment and his status will be updated as appropriate.
No player is safe from a chaotic season in the NBA. From reigning MVP LeBron James to bench-warming champion Luke Walton, any player can suffer from an injury or situation that completely derails a season. That being said, the important thing is bouncing back. Show More Summary
With the departure of Ramon Sessions comes the arrival of Jason Kapono, Luke Walton and, most importantly, another first-round draft pick. After releasing a mock draft to profile what the Cleveland Cavaliers could and should do with their first-round draft choices, it's important to update with the arrival of a second first rounder. Show More Summary
In two separate trades, the Los Angeles Lakers acquired former Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Ramon Sessions and Jordan Hill from the Houston Rockets. In the process, the Lakers sent Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and their 2012 first-round pick to Cleveland. Show More Summary
In two separate deals on Thursday afternoon, the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga from the Cleveland Cavaliers and Jordan Hill from the Houston Rockets. The team gave up Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and their...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers have traded point guard Ramon Sessions and former first-round pick Christian Eyenga to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Luke Walton and the Lakers' 2012 first-round draft pick, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Show More Summary
Little trades can have big impacts. Earlier today one such trade transpired. The Los Angeles Lakers sent Jason Kapono and Luke Walton along with a protected 2012 first-round draft pick to Cleveland for point guard Ramon Sessions and wingman Christian Eyenga. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers acquired talented point guard Ramon Sessions from the Cleveland Cavaliers for a first round pick, Luke Walton and Jason Kapono. It is a great trade for the Lakers, but how did Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired the Los Angeles Lakers’ first round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft (lottery-protected) and forwards Jason Kapono and Luke Walton from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for guard Ramon Sessions and guard/forward Christian Eyenga. Additionally, the Cavaliers received the right to swap their least favorable first round pick in [...]
Rumors about Ramon Sessions heading to L.A. have been swirling for weeks now and the trigger to this deal has finally been pulled. The Cavaliers have traded Sessions and Christian Eyenga to the Lakers for veteran Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and a protected first round pick. Show More Summary
Ramon Sessions is on his way to Los Angeles, giving the Lakers the backcourt help they so desperately needed. The Lakers will send Luke Walton and their protected first round pick in 2012 in exchange for Sessions and forward Christian Eyenga. So how does this trade work out for both teams? Let’s grade each component… Begin Slideshow
Lakers Trade: Pau Gasol, Luke Walton, Jason Kapono, Darius Morris, Devin Ebanks and the Lakers and Mavs #1 Picks Lakers Receive: Rajon Rondo, Kevin Garnett and Patrick Patterson This trade solves a multitude of problems for the Lakers and is one that General Manager Mitch Kupchak should consider seriously. Show More Summary