Paul George is reportedly "hell-bent" on forcing his way to Los Angeles. The post Paul George Reportedly ‘Hell-Bent’ on Becoming a Laker appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Los Angeles Lakers have acquired guard Tyler Ennis and the draft rights to guard/forward Brad Newley from the Houston Rockets in exchange for guard Marcelo Huertas, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Ennis has appeared in 31 games for the Rockets this season, averaging 1.9 points and 1.1 assists [...]
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has acquired guard Lou Williams from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for guard/forward Corey Brewer and the Rockets first round pick in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft. Williams was originally the 45th overall pick by Philadelphia in the 2005 NBA Draft out of South [...]
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey announced Thursday that the team has acquired guard Lou Williams from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for guard/forward Corey Brewer and the Rockets first round pick in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft.
Heat guard Dion Waiters says he supports agent Rob Pelinka's looming move to the Los Angeles Lakers as general manager, and that he'll stay with Pelinka's agency
The Rockets and Lakers completed a swap of point guards today, as Tyler Ennis heads to Los Angeles and Marcelo Huertas will go to Houston. The post Rockets Trade Tyler Ennis to Lakers For Marcelo Huertas appeared first on SLAMonline...
Houston will take back Marcelo Huertas and waive him. The Houston Rockets have traded Tyler Ennis to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Marcelo Huertas, who the team will waive, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Ennis...Show More Summary
The Dec. 22, 1968 Los Angeles Times caption stated, “Laker coach Bill Van Breda Kolf, left, applauds play against the Warriors–and why not be happy with a bench like this to call on.” This Laker bench included three future members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame: Elgin Baylor,...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Magic Johnson swept in to soothe the rattled Los Angeles Lakers, a young, struggling team still reeling from front-office upheaval and the trade of leading scorer Lou Williams.
Magic Johnson has spoken to the Los Angeles Lakers for the first time since taking over as president of basketball operations
The two may be negotiating against each other in the near future given George’s rumored interest in returning to the Lakers When Magic Johnson took over as Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations in late-February, he aimed to revive a franchise destined for its fourth missed postseason in as many years. Show More Summary
Magic gives Lakers a jolt, but not like it's 1988 all over again in Los Angeles
The tables are turned on USA TODAY’s Sam Amick. On this episode, he is the one aswering the questions instead of asking. USA TODAY’s NBA Editor Kevin Spain comes in to talk to Sam about the Los Angeles Lakers front office shake up.
Strip away the Lakers’ soap opera, and this swift change in power is merely restoring things to the way they should be. The Los Angeles Lakers are a strange sports franchise. It’s a $3 billion mom-and-pop operation in a world of conglomerates and new tech money. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the Houston Rockets improved their bench that much more when they traded Corey Brewer to the Los Angeles Lakers for Lou Williams. The Rockets are sending Corey Brewer and a first-round pick to the Lakers for Lou Williams, league source tells @TheVertical. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) February 22, 2017 Corey Brewer was disappointed […]
Magic Johnson Is Running The Lake Show Congratulations are in order for Magic Johnson, who was named president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday. “Today I took a series of actions I believe will return the
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The Houston Rockets have acquired Lou Williams, sending Corey Brewer to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange. The post Lakers Trade Lou Williams to Rockets for Corey Brewer appeared first on SLAMonline.
Whether it was the first move of the Magic Johnson era (more likely) or the last move of the Mitch Kupchak regime (less likely), the Los Angeles Lakers' trade of reserve shooter Lou Williams to Houston was the sort of non-blockbuster deal that still causes ripples in the Western Conference.
The Los Angeles Lakers have swung their first deal of the Magic Johnson Era, agreeing to send Lou Williams to the Houston Rockets for Corey Brewer and a future draft pick.