The LA Lakers went on the road to take on the Toronto Raptors on Friday night. After an abysmal season, the Lakers came into the game looking to win their second straight game. The Raptors looked to turn a corner heading into the postseason, having lost six of their last 10 games prior to this contest. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Leaving the Orlando Magic worked out pretty well for Shaquille O'Neal. Though he had to wade through a feud with Kobe Bryant, he still built his legacy with the Los Angeles Lakers, even earning three rings in a row from 2000 through 2002. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers will enter the 2015 free-agent frenzy with a bundle of cap space and an ambitious shopping list. Even with Kobe Bryant's albatross of a contract hanging around their necks, the Lakers only have about $37 million in salaries committed for next season. Show More Summary
A year ago, Nick Young was a bright spot for the Los Angeles Lakers and well on his way to a new four-year, $21.5 million deal. But after a disappointing season for both the Lakers and Young, it would not be surprising to see him dangled...Show More Summary
It shouldn't be any surprise that many of today's college basketball players look up to Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant. Wisconsin Badgers sophomore Nigel Hayes was excited to find out that he would have Bryant's locker for their Sweet 16 matchup against the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Staples Center. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers game on Tuesday night was, in most ways, typical of what's been a rough season for one of the NBA's most storied franchises. They lost by 10 on the road to the injury-depleted Oklahoma City Thunder, bringing their...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers hired Byron Scott last summer with hopes of righting a badly listing ship. So far, that has not happened. With a winning percentage of just.265, Scott’s first season as head coach in L.A. is shaping up to be even worse than that of his much-beleaguered predecessor, Mike D’Antoni. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder looked to continue their recent hot streak when they took on the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night. The surging Thunder had won three straight and five of their last six, and they faced a Lakers squad that snapped a four-game losing skid in its last contest. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Although Steve Nash says his three-year stint with the Los Angeles Lakers was a failure, the two-time MVP point guard heads into retirement with warm feelings for the teammates and fans who supported him in his injury struggles.
Russell Westbrook plays angry, which is why NBA fans love him. During the second quarter of the Oklahoma City Thunder's game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, Westbrook destroyed the rim with a sky-high throw down off an alley-oop from D.J. Show More Summary
The news may have already been out, but Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash held a press conference Tuesday to officially announce his retirement from the NBA. Nash came into the league in 1996 when the Phoenix Suns used the No. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to complete their season series sweep against the Los Angeles Lakers when they meet at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in the NBA. The game will commence on March 24, 2015, and tip-off is at 8 p.m. ET.
Two-time NBA Most Valuable Player and Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash announced on Saturday his retirement from the National Basketball Association.
Steve Nash has announced his retirement from the NBA with an article in The Players' Tribune. Nash had a great 19-year career that included eight All-Star games, three times being named first-team All-NBA, and twice winning the NBA's Most Valuable Player award. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers (18-50) have now lost fifty games in consecutive seasons for the first time in franchise history, and are well on track to beat last season’s franchise-high The post Byron Scott Says Lakers Management Told Him He’s ‘Doing a Great Job’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The 76ers and Lakers are both the second-worst teams of their respective conferences, and both have just 17 wins on the season. The Lakers have won just one game in March, while the 76ers have managed to win four games this month. Were the Lakers able to prevent the 76ers from winning three games in a row? Watch the full highlights above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Los Angeles Lakers have a big decision to make about Jordan Hill during the offseason—should he stay, or should he go? The 6'10" combo center/power forward has started 55 out of 63 games this season, posting career-high numbers across the board. Show More Summary
For all the persistent questions the Los Angeles Lakers have had in trying to find a solid backcourt solution the past few seasons, the answer may just possibly be right in front of them. This is not meant to say that, given the opportunity,...Show More Summary
It’s been expected for some time now, but it’s finally been made official — two-time MVP Steve Nash has announced his retirement from basketball. Nash, 39, did not play a single game for the Los Angeles Lakers this season, and has struggled...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash has announced his retirement after a 19-year NBA career that included two MVP awards.