Josh Hart, Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram each have some things they need to work on this summer. Here’s what each of the young Lakers should be doing.
The Duke one-and-done would like to play in Los Angeles or New York. Shocking.
The Lakers reportedly wanted Tyronn Lue to hire Jason Kidd, but he wasn’t on board with the idea.
LeBron James and Frank Vogel are talking! We’re off to a great start!
At long last, the Lakers have announced they won’t replace Magic Johnson. Instead, Rob Pelinka will continue to oversee basketball operations.
The Lakers are expected to explore the trade market this summer and they’ve already been linked to a few high-profile names.
The lottery potentially gave the Lakers another young asset, but that probably isn’t the correct direction for this team to pursue.
Gayle Benson can say all she wants about the Lakers, but dismissing any potential bidder for Anthony Davis isn’t smart trade negotiation tactics.
Rob Pelinka wants the Lakers to be better next season because, duh.
The Lakers benefitted from the NBA lottery odds being flattened. Rob Pelinka is a fan.
Maybe the Lakers are doing due diligence, but Cam Reddish doesn’t have the college bonafides to go where he is apparently being projected.
Rob Pelinka is aware that Lakers fans are unhappy, but he doesn’t plan on letting that change what he’s doing.
Rob Pelinka says his role in the draft process hasn’t changed, even with Magic Johnson leaving the Lakers
Despite Magic Johnson’s departure from the Lakers, Rob Pelinka says he’s going about business as usual.