PALO ALTO, CA – JANUARY 04: Michael Humphrey #10 of the Stanford Cardinal blocks a shot taken by Robert Upshaw #24 of the Washington Huskies at Maples Pavilion on January 4, 2015 in Palo Alto, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) There...Show More Summary
As of this writing, the Los Angeles Lakers have yet to make any moves in free agency. Most of the big prizes are already gone, which leaves LaMarcus Aldridge—whom the Lakers have met with twice already—as the lone star left to make a decision. In addition to pursuing Aldridge, L.A. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers are building a strong base of young talent, which was bolstered by drafting D'Angelo Russell with the second pick. Yet, there was hope they could accelerate the retooling process even further this offseason with...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers are no strangers to stealing headlines, and that is precisely what they have done throughout free agency thus far by taking a run at signing some of the top stars available on the open market. Its efforts have been fruitless thus far, but Los Angeles is unlikely to lessen its pursuit until the players put pen to paper. Show More Summary
In April 2014, Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Jim Buss declared that he would walk away from the gig if the team failed to get back to contender The post Jeanie Buss: Jim Buss to Quit if Lakers Aren’t Contenders in Two Years appeared first on SLAMonline.
Following yet another disappointing season, the Los Angeles Lakers entered the offseason looking to right the ship. Things began well, as the team was awarded the second pick in the 2015 NBA draft and came away with promising guard D'Angelo Russell. Show More Summary
After being granted an audience with coveted free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, by all counts, the Los Angeles Lakers redeemed themselves from a humiliating first attempt. But, they didn’t necessarily get The post Report: Lakers Didn’t ‘Woo’ LaMarcus Aldridge in Second Meeting appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Los Angeles Lakers met LaMarcus Aldridge on Wednesday, almost immediately after the the NBA’s free-agent market opened, and (...)
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 [...]
Jim Buss promised that the Lakers would be in contention by 2017 or he'd resign. Lakers president of basketball operations Jim Buss said last April that he will resign in Los Angeles isn't able to make a deep playoff run in three years. Show More Summary
If the Los Angeles Lakers don't turn their fortunes around inside three years, then heads will roll in the front office. More specifically, Jim Buss, part-owner and president of basketball operations, may be out of a job. In an interview...Show More Summary
As the Los Angeles Lakers continue their so-far fruitless free-agent quest, they may already have an answer at the small forward position—Anthony Brown. The Stanford graduate was selected by L.A. as their No. 34 pick on June 25. He has...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have yet to make a big splash in the NBA's free-agency period, as they look to rebuild a franchise that isn't used to being bottom-dwellers. They still have their sights set on a number of targets and will be in...Show More Summary
Imagine how different the sales pitches must have been for free-agent center Greg Monroe. The Los Angeles Lakers could have tempted him with their storied past and warm-weather climate. The New York Knicks offered a spot in the NBA's biggest market, plus the business opportunities such a platform presents. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers announced today their roster for the 2015 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. The Summer League entry is highlighted by returning Lakers Julius Randle, 2015 NBA All-Rookie First Team member Jordan Clarkson, Tarik Black and Jabari Brown along with 2015 NBA Draft selections D’Angelo Russell (second overall), Larry Nance Jr. [...]
Aldridge will meet with them again despite reportedly being underwhelmed by their initial presentation. Despite falling flat in their first meeting, the Los Angeles Lakers will have a chance to sit down with LaMarcus Aldridge for a second time, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers just spent a season as laughingstocks, and a free-agency period littered with pratfalls means the jokes won't stop coming any time soon. It can't be this way forever. The merciful law of averages (and the draft lottery) should eventually help the Knicks and Lakers haul themselves out of the cellar. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have a lot of money to spend this offseason. Their mission to rebuild is off to a good start after drafting point guard D'Angelo Russell with the No. 2 pick. How will the Lakers fare in free agency? Who are the...Show More Summary
Through the first wave of free agency, the Los Angeles Lakers have been both quiet and hard at work attempting to woo the biggest names on the market. In theory, all looks great for the Lakers. D'Angelo Russell is on board alongside Julius Randle, Los Angeles is Los Angeles and Kobe Bryant has a few years left. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers superstar guard Kobe Bryant is one of several prominent athletes in Nike’s newest ad campaign, “Find Your fast”. Hey, everybody, I directed a :60 commercial for @Nike The post WATCH: Kobe Bryant Stars in Nike ‘Find Your Fast’ Ad appeared first on SLAMonline.