James Worthy Lives In A Less Than Appealing $2.2 Million Los Angeles Home Via Realtor Just a few days after signing on to help coach the Los Angeles Lakers, James Worthy—a seven-time NBA All-Star dubbed “Big Game James” who snagged
Here’s the Los Angeles Daily News reporting from the virtual hospital waiting room that is Lakers training camp: The ice bag stayed firmly wrapped on Anthony Brown’s right shoulder. Lakers trainer Gary Vitti stood nearby finalizing plans for Brown to receive an MRI at a nearby hospital after the Lakers’ rookie small forward bumped his shoulder through a [...]
Stephen A. Smith responded to Kevin Durant's allegation that Smith made up a report about him with a wild rant on ESPN's "First Take." Last week, Smith reported that Durant would be "eyeing" the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason when he becomes a free agent. Show More Summary
Kobe finally returned to the Los Angeles Lakers after a nine month absence while he was recovering from an injury. It looked like he was excited to be back, but maybe a little rusty. Just a few minutes into the game, Bryant opened up with a 3-pointer from the left corner of the court, only... Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES—Admitting that his iconic physical form had an influence far beyond the NBA, former Lakers guard Jerry West revealed to reporters Thursday that he is also the inspiration for the Major League Baseball logo. “People thinkShow More Summary
Kobe Bryant scored five points in his first action since undergoing surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in the Los Angeles Lakers' 90-71 loss to the Utah Jazz on Sunday.
Growing up, I was always a big fan of the Los Angeles Lakers. Sure, I was from Florida, but we didn't have professional basketball back then, so I looked around for a team to support and the Lakers were it. Led by a flashy point guard, Magic Johnson, the team entertained, it had fun and it won a lot. Show More Summary
When the Los Angeles Lakers open their preseason schedule Sunday, Kobe Bryant will be on the floor with them for the first time in nearly 10 months. Speaking to reporters Saturday, as noted by Sam Amick of USA Today, Bryant left no doubt that he wanted to play against Utah. “No, I’m definitely playing,” Bryant said. Show More Summary
Jordan Clarkson and D`Angelo Russell developing chemistry Here’s ESPN Los Angeles with an early look at chemistry development between key members of the Lakers’ future: Part of the reason the two players seem to mesh well is that they believe their skill sets complement each other more than they overlap. “His mentality is more [to] score,” Russell said. “I’m looking [...]
Thunder superstar forward Kevin Durant responded Friday to a loosely-sourced report from ESPN last week, one that alleged that the Los Angeles Lakers were a “primary objective and landing spot” The post Kevin Durant Calls Lakers Rumors a Lie appeared first on SLAMonline.
After losing a franchise-worst 61 games last season, the Los Angeles Lakers are looking for reasons to remain optimistic entering the 2015-16 campaign. Fortunately for the Purple and Gold, two pieces of news could have their stock trending up. Show More Summary
In celebration of the upcoming hoops season, the NBA has joined forces with adidas Skateboarding and The Hundreds on a new limited edition collection. The collaboration centers around the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, featuring… The post adidas Skateboarding, The Hundreds & the NBA Unveil Basketball-Inspired Capsule appeared first on Highsnobiety.
NBA TV will televise 31 live preseason game telecasts -- including the expected preseason debuts of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers, Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers and many of the league's top stars -- when action tips off Friday, Oct. 2, with the Denver Nuggets visiting the Clippers at 10:30 p.m. ET.
Los Angeles Lakers head coach Byron Scott is toying with the idea of a lineup consisting of Kobe Bryant at the three, guards D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson, with Julius The post Kobe Bryant Plans to Be More of a ‘Catch and Shoot’ Player appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last season, the Los Angeles Lakers paid Kobe Bryant $23.5 million as he sat on the bench indefinitely with a torn rotator cuff. That’s just a fraction of the $500 million that injured players’ salaries cost professional sports teams last year alone. To keep more of their players in the starting lineup, NFL, MLB and NBA teams are increasingly turning to Kitman Labs. Read More
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will have his pick of the litter when he hits free agency next offseason, but according to a recent report, KD may be leaning toward making a move out West to the Los Angeles Lakers. Per Steve DelVecchio of Larry Brown Sports, Stephen A. Show More Summary
The preservation of Kobe Bryant began Tuesday, 2,300 miles from Los Angeles and a world away from the giddiness of a while ago.
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant isn't ready to announce what his future holds beyond the 2015-16 season. The team legend does know he has no interest in leaving the Lakers to chase a championship with another organization, though. Bryant...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant has no plans to leave the Los Angles Lakers after the 2015-16 season. Sorry, Phil Jackson’s ego. Jackson, who won three titles as Kobe’s coach in Los Angeles and is now president of the New York Knicks, caused quite a stir last Friday when the ‘Bockers officially opened for business, all but predicting […]
The game has changed in Los Angeles these days. Perhaps it’s temporary. But in recent seasons, including this upcoming one, the Clippers are the big contender while the Lakers are in transition and far closer to the bottom of the Western conference than the top. For Laker fans, it’s an adjustment. Here’s the Orange County Register with [...]