So much is at stake in this year’s postseason.
Juwan Howard will get first interview with Lakers on Tuesday, team may travel east to meet with Monty Williams if Sixers don’t lose
Rob Pelinka will catch up with his old friend Juwan Howard next Tuesday and discuss the Lakers head coaching job.
It sounds like both Monty Williams and Tyronn Lue made it through the first-round of Lakers coaching interviews with Rob Pelinka, and both will be back to meet with Lakers owner Jeanie Buss.
There is reportedly no secret candidate to replace Magic Johnson, all indications are that Rob Pelinka is making decisions for the Lakers
Ramona Shelburne of ESPN shed some major light on what seems to be going on in the Lakers front office, and it’s just the latest indication that Rob Pelinka is here to stay.
Lakers will likely to talk to more head coaching candidates than just Tyronn Lue, Monty Williams and Juwan Howard
The Lakers reportedly plan on expanding their field of head coaching candidates beyond just the three main people they’ve been rumored to like so far. Who might that mean? We guessed at a few options.
Lonzo Ball calls Rajon Rondo ‘probably one of the smartest dudes I’ve talked to’ and is thankful for him as a mentor
Lonzo Ball enjoyed being mentored by Rajon Rondo this past season with the Lakers.
Lonzo Ball has plenty to work on this summer, but that doesn’t mean he can’t also have a little fun on set with LeBron James.
The first date between Monty Williams and the Lakers reportedly went well enough for a second one.
As the Lakers continue their coaching search, revisiting one of the deepest coaching benches in team history is a good reminder of how they can improve next year.
Some close to Kawhi Leonard seem to think the Lakers are still in the running for his services. Maybe.
The Lakers are still reportedly looking to replace Magic Johnson, but are aiming for an even bigger name than David Griffin
Well, well, well. After Lakers Twitter lost it’s collective mind over Rob Pelinka appearing to ascend towards being the Lakers top basketball decision-maker, it seems like the team might actually be trying to find someone to fill the role Magic Johnson vacated.
Lakers rookie Isaac Bonga knows he has a long way to go, but he’s confident he can live up to his potential.
Lonzo Ball says LeBron James told him to focus on basketball first and let other stuff take care of itself
LeBron James has helped Lonzo Ball stay focused on basketball during their first season together on the Lakers.
Lonzo Ball says his ‘primary choice’ was always to stay with Lakers, despite reports he demanded deal to Suns amidst Anthony Davis trade rumors
Lonzo Ball says that he wasn’t that desperate to go to the Phoenix Suns, even if there were rumors he wanted the Lakers to send him there at the height of the Anthony Davis trade rumors in February.