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Nick Young Was Lakers' Bright Spot On and Off Court in Otherwise Dismal Season

SAN ANTONIO — On the last day of school, even the kid who got bullied might smile that it’s finally over. The worst team in Los Angeles Lakers history divided 27 by 82, got a very small.392 winning percentage, shut the math books and...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers vs. San Antonio Spurs 4/16/14: Video Highlights and Recap

The San Antonio Spurs looked to close their regular season on a high note on Wednesday, when they faced the Los Angeles Lakers. The Spurs had won two of three, and they faced a Lakers squad that snapped a seven-game skid its last time out. Read more NBA news on

Lakers Rumors: Los Angeles Should Cut Ties with Mike D'Antoni to Keep Pau Gasol

It's been a long season for the Los Angeles Lakers, but there might be hope for a turnaround next year. With the team coming off of an abysmal year in which the team finished well below any hopes of making the playoffs, Kobe Bryant has...Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant: This Lakers Season Has Been ‘S’

Kobe Bryant has labelled Los Angeles Lakers 2013/14 season as “s,” after his side failed to progress to the postseason for just the third time in 30 years. Bryant took to Twitter to announce: S season. Flush it. Forget it #amnesia Next Season will be epic #blackout #bussfam — Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) April 16, 2014

Lamar Odom signs with Knicks for one game, with option for next season

14 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

In his first move as president of the New York Knicks, Phil Jackson signed one of his former Los Angeles Lakers players. Lamar Odom signed a contract for the rest of this season — which consists of one game — with an option for next season. For that one game, he’ll earn $8,500. The Knicks […]

Kobe Bryant ready to flush the 2013-14 season

It's been a rough season for Kobe Bryant and he's had enough. The Los Angeles Lakers' season comes to an end on Wednesday and apparently it's not a day too soon for Kobe Bryant. The Lakers star dealt with multiple injuries during the season, playing just six games. Show More Summary

Report: Kobe Bryant Goes to France as Los Angeles Lakers Finish Season

The Los Angeles Lakers will conclude a campaign to forget on Wednesday night when they take on the San Antonio Spurs in the regular-season finale. But it appears that franchise cornerstone Kobe Bryant won't even wait that long to strike...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers vs. San Antonio Spurs: Live Score and Analysis

The San Antonio Spurs will look to match their franchise record of 63 regular-season wins when they host the Los Angeles Lakers at the AT&T Center in the final game of the season Wednesday night. Being that the Spurs have already locked...Show More Summary

Nick Young Plans to Opt out of Contract, Wants to Remain with Lakers

Yesterday, Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard and planetary impresario Nick “ Swaggy P” Young took to Twitter—that bastion of thoughtful discourse—to proclaim himself the best shooting guard in the NBA: Twenty-four hours later, the motivation...Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant Calls This Season 'S--t,' Says Next Year Will Be 'Epic'

Kobe Bryant, blunt as ever, is ready to move on. The Los Angeles Lakers will not participate in the postseason for just the third time in three decades, Bryant logged only six games in an utterly lost season and on most nights, the roster...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers Have No Choice but to Fire Mike D'Antoni

The Los Angeles Lakers invested $48.5 million in Kobe Bryant before the 35-year-old had a chance to prove his torn Achilles hadn't effectively ended his run as an elite-level player. So, forgive me for not subscribing to the idea that...Show More Summary

LA Lakers Management Can't Let Recent History Repeat Itself

The Los Angeles Lakers’ doomed season is almost over, and it’s a cautionary tale that didn ’t happen overnight. The warning signs have been in plain sight for the past few years. Now, however, they’re flashing a brilliant red with accompanying sirens. Show More Summary

Despite Sad End, a Fond Farewell Is Needed for Pau Gasol

It's a melancholy thought, but Pau Gasol may never suit up for the Los Angeles Lakers again. If that's the case, the big Spaniard will be sorely missed in L.A. Truly, it's been a joy to watch Gasol's fluid, cerebral game up close for the past six-and-a-half years. Show More Summary

Nick Young Wears Nike Foamposite One – ‘Galaxy’ At Last Lakers Home Game Of Season

Just because the Los Angeles Lakers don’t have much to play for this season, that hasn’t stopped Nick Young from putting on for his city in sought-after sneakers. Looking to out-Foamposite himself from his on-court debut of the black ‘Supreme’ Foamposite One last week, Swaggy P keeps the swagoo drippin by breaking out the infamous […]

Why Los Angeles Lakers Need to Let Pau Gasol Walk

Saying goodbye to Pau Gasol won't be easy for the Los Angeles Lakers, so it's best if they start now and never look back. In a few months' time, Gasol will enter free agency, at which point the Lakers are expected to let him walk. But wait. Show More Summary

Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak Refuses to Discuss Mike D'Antoni's Future

If Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni really loves his job, he’ll treat Wednesday’s season finale against the San Antonio Spurs like it’s Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Because it’s likely the last time he’ll be patrolling...Show More Summary

Celtics, Lakers and Knicks All Miss Playoffs Together for the 1st Time

With the NBA season coming to a close, some playoff positioning still needs sorting, but for the first time in league history, the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks will not be involved in postseason play, per ESPN...Show More Summary

Lakers' Nick 'Swaggy P' Young Thinks He's the Best Shooting Guard in the NBA

Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Nick "Swaggy P" Young took to Twitter on Tuesday to answer some fans' questions about his off-court hobbies, whether he'd be staying in L.A. after this season and whether he felt he deserved to win the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award. Show More Summary

Lakers In ‘No Rush’ to Fire Mike D’Antoni

I give up. When it comes to matters of Mike D’Antoni and the Los Angeles Lakers, I give up. Their relationship is complicated, compounded by being a big-market team in the midst of the worst season in franchise history and playing host to an overwhelming number of rumors and speculation and questions and various other […]

Why LA Lakers Should Consider Bringing Steve Blake Back

The Los Angeles Lakers lost the conscience of their team when they traded Steve Blake away in February. They can do something about it, however, and they should. The 34 year-old guard will be a free agent at the end of the season, and...Show More Summary

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