The Lakers finally put a team away in a second half, with a small-ball shift in the third quarter allowing them to blow the doors off the Magic in Orlando.
The Sparks lose yet an other unrestricted free agent.
To his credit, Russell Westbrook is saying all the right things, but actions will speak louder than words as his Lakers tenure continues.
The Lakers haven’t been able to get the Pistons to send them Jerami Grant yet, but they are making pretty much their best possible trade offer for the midseason market’s most coveted player.
Report: Rockets would accept Russell Westbrook for John Wall trade... if Lakers attached first-round pick
How considerate of the Rockets.
Russell Westbrook is well aware that the Lakers will need him to play — and fit in — better if the team is going to fulfill it’s goal of winning a championship.
No one is more frustrated that Kendrick Nunn hasn’t been able to play for the Lakers than Nunn himself. He made sure to let fans know how he feels on social media on Thursday.
Russell Westbrook was ‘disappointed’ by benching, but is still committed to making things work with Lakers
Russell Westbrook isn’t going to make a big public stink over Lakers head coach Frank Vogel benching him down the stretch of the team’s loss to the Indiana Pacers.
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As always, the Lakers figure to be at the center of trade rumors in the coming weeks as the NBA trade deadline approaches, with Russell Westbrook’s future in Los Angeles and the pursuit of Jerami Grant two of the hottest storylines.
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The Lakers are dealing with an ongoing COVID-19 outbreak on the team. We’ll be tracking the latest players and staff members to end up in the health and safety protocols as a result at this page.
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Tracking the latest Lakers injury report updates on the return date, timelines and more regarding Kendrick Nunn and Anthony Davis.
We will be keeping track of the salary cap situation for the Lakers as it updates, and how much usable space the team will have.
The Lakers’ failure is way deeper than Russell Westbrook and Frank Vogel.
The Lakers have roster construction issues. As we dissect them, it’s worth remembering that two of the biggest proponents of bringing in Russell Westbrook and jumpstarting those problems were Anthony Davis and LeBron James.
This has been the most dramatic Lakers season in quite some time. And things could get even more ugly if they lose to the Magic.
Even with his strong play of late, the Lakers are keeping Stanley Johnson on a 10-day contract to continue maintaining their flexibility with an open roster spot.
After opening as a distant fourth overall and trailing Steph Curry in the conference, LeBron James now leads all players in All-Star game voting.
The situation with Russell Westbrook and the Lakers reached a tipping point on Wednesday as Frank Vogel — with the front office’s backing — benched the point guard to close the game against Indiana.
Despite a disappointing loss to the Pacers on Wednesday, the Lakers will not yet fire Frank Vogel, allowing him to travel with the team to begin their road trip.
Caris LeVert dominated L.A. in the fourth quarter as Frank Vogel’s old team won its first road game against the Lakers in nearly seven years.
As the scrutiny continues to grow internally and externally around his job, Lakers head coach Frank Vogel spoke to the media ahead of Wednesday’s game.
In search of 3-and-D forwards, the Lakers have reportedly inquired about Kings forward Harrison Barnes to help balance the roster.
The Lakers are low on valuable trade assets, so it should come as no surprise that they’re shopping one of their most valuable in Talen Horton-Tucker.
The scene-stealing star of the Frank Vogel news cycle has actually been Lakers senior basketball advisor Kurt Rambis.
On the heels of Anthony Davis being cleared to return to the court, the Lakers are hoping it’s not long before he returns to game action.
It sounds like Lakers head coach Frank Vogel’s job is safe... for now.
Stir-fried and shaken, a 36-year-old Trevor Ariza might not be the guy the Lakers hoped he was.
Highlighted by a monster dunk from Russell Westbrook, the Lakers attacked Rudy Gobert time and time again on Monday en route to their comeback win over the Jazz.
The Lakers may not have enough to get a blockbuster deal done at the trade deadline, whether for Myles Turner or Jerami Grant, or anyone else.
Kendrick Nunn is not going to be back on the floor for the Lakers soon after his knee did not respond well to increased on-court activity.