The Los Angeles Lakers may be entering the new season with a clean slate, but they've been building up to this moment, just like we have here at Silver Screen and Roll.
Here's a sampling of some of the work we've done chronicling a very exciting transition for the Lakers. We hit a wide range of editorial topics through this groups first training camp together, break down film from what we saw through our limited preseason lens, and even provide some in-arena reporting from throughout the process.
This should be plenty to quench your thirst with opening night just hours away and basketball back in our lives. We here at Silver Screen and Roll are thrilled to enjoy a new season with the community here. Enjoy the season and thank you for visiting our Lakers nook!
- The intersecting paths of Kobe Bryant and Vic "The Brick" Jacobs, the sand in his hourglass
- Lakers rebuild has a core to develop on road to free agency this time
- Listen to the Lakers Lounge season preview podcast here!
- James Harden comparisons for D'Angelo Russell could also prove patience will prevail
- Marcelo Huertas is a natural fit with the Lakers' roster, culture needs
- Kobe Bryant's productivity is an afterthought already
- Byron Scott won't play Ryan Kelly at small forward ever again, here's why
- Making sense of cutting Robert Upshaw
- Julius Randle is establishing himself as an inside scorer
- Roy Hibbert already making a sizable impact in LA
- D'Angelo begins his journey to stardom with the Lakers
- A closer look at an impressive preseason performance from Randle
- Looking at how Russell's passing helps the Lakers' off-ball offense
- First impressions of the Lakers' new starting lineup
- Lakers preseason full of highs and lows but focus remains on growth
- Upshaw focused on tapping into his defensive potential
- Lakers mix of veterans, youth bringing right balance of chemistry
- Byron Scott and the Lakers are taking steps toward "modern" basketball
- Southern California native Anthony Brown's potential has Lakers excited
- Randle's love for basketball keeps him driven toward greatness