The Lakers almost pulled off an unthinkable comeback on the road against the Sixers, but came up just short in overtime.
After a delayed start to the season, Dennis Schröder has found his groove in recent weeks and looks like the man the Lakers once looked set to pay a lot of money to.
Both Anthony Davis and Joel Embiid have been superb to start the season with their own MVP campaigns. But which superstar will get the best of the other on Friday?
As the Dec. 15 date nears, the Lakers and Knicks have discussed numerous trades, including a potential 3-team deal.
After missing games mid-week, the Lakers look set to welcome back LeBron James and Anthony Davis to the lineup for Friday’s game against the Sixers.
Juan Toscano-Anderson was helped off the floor in the fourth quarter vs. the Raptors. Let’s take a look at the likely injury and timeline scenarios.
The Lakers are remaining patient when it comes to the trade market and are still adamant they won’t trade both picks unless it’s for an All-Star.
The hits keep on coming for the Lakers and Juan Toscano-Anderson as the forward exited Wednesday’s game with a sprained ankle.
Russell Westbrook didn’t have to accept his role off the bench. By flourishing in it, he’s given the Lakers options — something they didn’t appear to have a few months ago.
The Lakers will be without a trio of starters in LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Patrick Beverley, all whom Darvin Ham consider day-to-day moving forward.
As LeBron James enters his 20th season in the NBA, his sights will be firmly set on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as he chases the all-time scoring record.
With Knicks wing Cam Reddish reportedly on the trade block once again, could the Lakers finally land the guy they’ve coveted for years.
After exiting game early in the first quarter of Tuesday’s game against the Cavaliers, Anthony Davis has also been ruled out against the Toronto Raptors with a non-COVID illness.
After leaving very early in Tuesday’s loss vs. the Cavaliers due to a 101-degree fever, Anthony Davis will be out against the Raptors, and LeBron James will join him on the sidelines.
LeBron James out vs. Raptors with left ankle soreness, Patrick Beverley doubtful with right knee soreness
The Lakers are going to be severely shorthanded in Toronto on Wednesday with LeBron James and Anthony Davis out and Patrick Beverley doubtful.
Similar to most fans, executives around the league expected a trade to follow the Lakers’ release of Matt Ryan.
The Lakers loss to the Cavaliers shined light on both their recent improvements and where there continues to be areas of need.
The Lakers battled on the road without Anthony Davis, but still fell short against the Cavaliers on Tuesday night.
The Lakers are reportedly ready to get Anthony Davis (and LeBron James) some help on the trade market.
The Lakers will be without key reserve Wenyen Gabriel for at least the next four games they play.
There is no one in the league playing better than Anthony Davis right now, who has carried the Lakers on his back over the past 10 games.
Anthony Davis has been incredible this year and has recently been playing like an MVP candidate. Can he keep it up and what will be the key to doing so?
The Lakers have had plenty of reported pipe dreams when it comes to dealing Russell Westbrook away, but none are funnier than the most recent one, involving Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.
The Lakers have now been linked to Terry Rozier multiple times over the last year, so he may be a name worth keeping an eye on as the team continues to survey the trade market.
The season started with criticism and trade rumors swirling around Anthony Davis, but the Lakers star says he never listened to any of it.
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After a woefully unsuccessful tenure so far in Los Angeles, Russell Westbrook’s future will continue to be the subject of constant debates and rumors all year.
After watching Anthony Davis torch him and the Wizards on Sunday, Kristaps Porzingis had high praise as he expects AD to be in the MVP race this season.
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.
Win-now moves have largely sapped the Lakers of draft capital right now, but when will the team have picks again in the future?
It’s not a secret that Anthony Davis has balked at playing center over the course of his career, but this season he’s not only playing the position full time, he’s doing so better than nearly anyone.
Lakers Notebook: Anthony Davis on the roll, shooting smarter not harder and deficient multi-guard lineups
Winners of eight of their last ten games, the Lakers are trending upwards thanks to the Brow and wiser shot-selection collectively. However, there’s still work to be done around the margins.