The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly hoping to trade a high draft pick in exchange for proven talent and have set their sights on Indiana Pacers forward Paul George. Continue for updates. Lakers Eye Trade For George To Jump-Start Rebuilding...Show More Summary
If the Los Angeles Lakers trade their top pick this year the franchise should be taken from the Buss family.
The NBA draft lottery is still two weeks away, but rumors are already swirling regarding what the Los Angeles Lakers will do with the No. 1 pick should the ping-pong balls bounce their way on May 17. Citing sources, Fox Sports' Colin...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers doesn’t seem to have much of a shot at luring LeBron James away from Cleveland (or Miami) when he becomes a free agent this summer, but according to Magic Johnson, that doesn’t mean the team shouldn’t at least try. Here’s what the former Laker had to say about the Lakers’ pursuit of LeBron, […]
Byron Scott was just as surprised as you and I when the Los Angeles Lakers canned him last week. Scott, 55, thought he still had support in the front-office and The post Byron Scott ‘Blindsided’ By the Lakers Firing Him appeared first on SLAMonline.
Colin Cowherd and Doug Gottlieb clashed on the air Monday over the Los Angeles Lakers hiring of Luke Walton.
The Lakers just completed the worst season in franchise history, a 17-65 debacle that featured a bizarre breach of locker-room ethics by the team’s prized rookie and the firing of head coach Byron Scott. Los Angeles has addressed the latter situation, luring highly regarded Luke Walton away from the Warriors, and now former Lakers great Magic Johnson […]
Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson has gaudy standards for who the storied franchise should chase on the free-agent market this summer. Johnson took to Twitter Monday with some advice for the Lakers as they try to retool their roster after an unprecedentedly bad 17-65 season. Show More Summary
I don’t claim to know or understand every aspect of the NBA’s tampering rules. But Magic Johnson, the former Los Angeles Lakers’ great, is a vice…
The 1986 Los Angeles Lakers were one of the most talented basketball teams ever assembled, but they are rarely remembered that way. The team started the 1985-86 NBA season with a 29-5 record. "The pundits were saying that we might be the best team in the history of basketball," head coach Pat Riley mockingly said after the season. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers' road to respectability begins by hiring Luke Walton as new head coach.
The Los Angeles Lakers clearly meant business when it came to their head coaching search, gettingtop candidate Luke Walton to sign on the dotted line the same day as his first and only meeting with the organization. The new deal, which came together less than a week after firing former coach [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers are at rock bottom but believe they’ve found the coach who can shepherd them back into title contention. In what’s far and away the most sensible, comfortable move it could’ve made, Los Angeles replaced Byron Scott...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Lakers’ magic was in the air again, and it was electric. For more than six hours Thursday, three men who love the Lakers huddled, bonded and believed that this historically glorious franchise could be restored...Show More Summary
Luke Walton, the new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, will leave the league's hottest team to take charge of an acclaimed NBA franchise that has fallen on hard times and currently occupies the other end of the spectrum.
The Los Angeles Lakers announced that they hired former Golden State Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton to be their head coach Friday. Walton guided the Warriors to a 39-4 record in 2015-16 while head coach Steve Kerr recovered from back surgery. Show More Summary
Luke Walton, the 36-year-old who led the Golden State Warriors to a 39-4 record earlier this season, will be the new coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, the team said Friday. The appointment makes him the youngest active coach in the NBA. Walton,...Show More Summary
Luke Walton will be the new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, the 16-times NBA champions announced on Friday.
Luke Walton is going back to Cali. The Los Angeles Lakers announced they hired the Golden State Warriors assistant coach and former Lakers player to be their next head coach Friday. Walton coached the Warriors for the first 43 games this year in relief of Steve Kerr, who was recovering from back surgery. Show More Summary
Luke Walton has agreed to coach the Los Angeles Lakers, the team announced Friday night. “We’re excited to bring Luke back to Los Angeles, where we feel he’s going to start an outstanding coaching career,” General Manager Mitch Kupchak said in a press release. “He’s one of the brightest young coaching minds in the game and […]