The Lakers opened NBA free agency with a whimper, but the big bang could still be coming.
Madness ensued on Thursday, and not because of the start of NBA free agency as Kevin Durant’s trade request revived the chances of Kyrie Irving coming to the Lakers (and opened up some questions about how long Anthony Davis would stay).
The Lakers have reportedly signed Juan Toscano-Anderson fresh off of winning a championship with the Golden State Warriors.
Answering the biggest questions facing the Lakers entering NBA free agency, which starts Thursday at 6 PM EST.
With free agency set to start, the Lakers figure to be a central figure as always in all of the rumors and reports in the coming days and weeks.
The Lakers have reportedly used their taxpayer mid-level exception to sign Lonnie Walker IV to a one-year deal.
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The Lakers are loading up on young backcourt players early in free agency, reportedly agreeing to a deal with Troy Brown Jr.
The Lakers will reportedly bring back old friend Damian Jones on a two-year deal this summer.
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After a woefully unsuccessful season in Los Angeles, Russell Westbrook’s future will be one of the key storylines of the offseason for the Lakers.
Malik Monk has parlayed his career-year with the Lakers into a new contract from the Kings in NBA free agency.
With free agency looming, some of the initial reports about the Lakers including Malik Monk potentially departing and Blake Griffin arriving.
The Lakers have a lot of targets in NBA free agency, ranging from big men to wings.
With the team only hours away from needing to fill multiple roster spots, they have to be strategic with which positions they prioritize.
After a stellar rookie season, the Lakers predictably expect Austin Reaves to be part of next season’s roster.
With free agency little more than 24 hours away, rumors have begun circulating including the Lakers and players they could be interested in.
As they head into free agency, should the Lakers be going all-in to try to trade Russell Westbrook?
A late-season addition, Wenyen Gabriel showed enough in his short time with the Lakers for them to reportedly pick up his team option for 2022-23.
After being signed midseason, Stanley Johnson blossomed as a member of his hometown Lakers, inspiring the team to pick up his option for next season.
The Lakers would like to trade Russell Westbrook... but apparently not all that badly.
The Lakers tore down a championship team and are now running back a 33-win team. Make it make sense.
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The latest must-see series from HBO centers on the Lakers franchise, and the league’s most famous era of basketball in Showtime. But how much of the drama series is based in reality? We’ll be fact-checking it each week.
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For the second time in as many years, the Lakers head into the offseason with a roster that is likely to see a ton of turnover.
The Lakers officially announced their Summer League roster on Tuesday which included No. 35 pick Max Christie, but not sophomore Austin Reaves.
The Lakers sure seemed to think they were close to acquiring Kyrie Irving and the Nets believed he was gone, but only Kyrie himself ever knew the plan.
Win-now moves have largely sapped the Lakers of draft capital right now, but when will the team have picks again in the future?
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.
In a move that should surprise absolutely nobody, Russell Westbrook will not be turning down $47 million from the Lakers and will opt into the final year of his contract.
It appears the Lakers will not be reuniting LeBron James and Kyrie Irving this offseason as the latter is opting into his deal with the Nets and looks set to remain in Brooklyn.
After a breakout season in Los Angeles, Malik Monk is hoping to make the Lakers his home and is willing to take a discount in free agency to do it.
The Kyrie Irving saga continues, as No. 11 has reportedly been granted permission by the Nets to try find a sign-and-trade deal with other teams, including the Lakers.
The Lakers are leaving the door open for Russell Westbrook to return, but this time, they’re making sure that it’ll be on their terms.