The Los Angeles Lakers were unable to land a premiere big man in free agency this summer. Lakers Nation watched helplessly as countless free agents decided not to sign with the storied franchise and pursued offers from other teams. Nevertheless,...Show More Summary
Things are starting to pick up around the Los Angeles Lakers. While general manager Mitch Kupchak and the front office aren't going nuts with names like DeMarcus Cousins and LaMarcus Aldridge, they are sticking to their rebuilding plan...Show More Summary
Original Post on Forbes.com For years, the Los Angeles Lakers were the glamour franchise of the NBA. They were perpetual winners with the biggest stars and greatest coaching. They played in Hollywood in front of stars and there was a sparkly aura to the Lakers that made them the number one destination for free agents. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have been all over the place since free agency kicked off. From the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes to flirting with Jimmy Butler to all kinds of trade rumors, seriously—they’ ve been everywhere. Well, LMA is now...Show More Summary
The Swaggy P Era could soon be coming to an end in Hollywood. The Los Angeles Lakers are finalizing deals with Brandon Bass, Lou Williams and set to trade for The post Report: Lakers May Unload Nick Young appeared first on SLAMonlin...
The Los Angeles Lakers’ waiting game during the first week of summer free-agency cost them dearly when Ed Davis walked away. The hardworking big man agreed to a three-year deal with the Portland Trail Blazers worth $20 million, per Adrian...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers signed a second free agent on Sunday in agreeing to terms with veteran power forward Brandon Bass, according to Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Spears. Spears and TNT reporter David Aldridge add that details of Bass' contract are still being fleshed out, but the two sides will ultimately unite. Show More Summary
Brandon Bass has decided to join the other side of the NBA’s biggest rivalry. The free agent will be headed for the Los Angeles Lakers after playing the last four seasons with the Boston Celtics. ESPN is reporting that the terms of the...Show More Summary
Swaggy P's time in L.A. may be coming to an end. Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young is a "strong candidate to be unloaded" as the team seeks to clear salary cap space, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. With the pending...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers say they plan to sign guard Lou Williams, last season's Sixth Man of the Year, and forward Brandon Bass.
The Los Angeles Lakers might be a lot less "swaggy" when they take the court next season. As the franchise attempts to free up cap space this offseason, Nick Young might be deemed surplus to requirements. Continue for updates. Lakers...Show More Summary
Lin could become the starting point guard in Dallas. The Dallas Mavericks are "exploring sign-and-trade possibilities" to land free agent point guard Jeremy Lin from the Los Angeles Lakers, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary
The former Celtic is heading to L.A. Free agent forward Brandon Bass will sign with the Los Angeles Lakers, reports Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports. Terms of the contract, which Spears describes as a "work in progress," aren't beingShow More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers weren't able to sign the big-name free agents at the top of their shopping list. Now, it's time for the recovery. It appears part of the rehabilitation will be former Toronto Raptors guard and reigning Sixth Man...Show More Summary
Long heralded as two of the NBA’s marquee franchises, the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers were two of the worst teams in the Association last season. For the first time in league history, both franchises failed to make the playoffs in consecutive years. Furthermore, both teams had the worst winning percentage in their history. Show More Summary
The 2014-15 Sixth Man of the Year joins a Lakers rotation that already includes Kobe Bryant, Jordan Clarkson, Nick Young and rookie D'Angelo Russell. The post Report: Lou Williams Agrees to 3-Year, $21 Million Contract With Los Angeles Lakers appeared first on SLAMonline.
Free-agent guard Lou Williams has elected to join the Los Angeles Lakers, according to RealGM's Shams Charania. Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports Williams' contract is worth $21 million over three years. Williams played for the Toronto Raptors last season and came off the bench to average a career-high 15.5 points. Show More Summary
The reigning Sixth Man of the Year is going to Los Angeles. Free agent guard Lou Williams has agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Lakers on a three-year, $21 million deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Williams spent...Show More Summary
Jordan Hill's free agency comes at a tricky time, which makes finding him a suitable destination complicated. In June, the Los Angeles Lakers set him free by declining the final year and $9 million of his contract. With many teams happily...Show More Summary
Roy Hibbert is apparently the next man up for the Los Angeles Lakers. After the team passed on Jahlil Okafor in the 2015 NBA draft, then failed to trade for DeMarcus Cousins or sign LaMarcus Aldridge, the attention turned to Hibbert....Show More Summary