Edwin Garcia is a journalist based in Los Angeles and has been covering both men's and women's basketball since 2019. He is currently the lead writer for Silver Screen & Roll and a contributor for Swish Appeal. His work has also been featured on Winsidr, WNBA.com and SB Nation, to name a few. Edwin tells the basketball stories that matter to the people who want to read them, whether that's the day-to-day news, exclusive interviews, film analysis, or features from the on-court perspective.
A red-hot performance from Steph Curry was more than enough to lead the Warriors past the Lakers, without LeBron James, on Thursday.
The Lakers are in a tough spot entering the season's final stretch, but Austin Reaves finds solace in the team’s post-All-Star break success last year.
The Lakers will be without LeBron James on Thursday against the Warriors as he’s been ruled out due to a left ankle injury.
There has been a lot of buzz on what the future holds for LeBron James, but during All-Star weekend, he mentioned a desire to remain with the Lakers.
LeBron James found out about the Warriors and Lakers talking about him in a trade at the same time fans did; well, if you believe him, that is.
The inactivity at the trade deadline and the buyout signing of Spencer Dinwiddie by the Lakers has a seal of approval from Lakers fans.
While the Lakers have consistently stated their desire is to keep LeBron James, he will have the opportunity to join a team like the Warriors via free agency or a trade demand this summer, if he so desires.
There is plenty of chatter about LeBron James’ future in Los Angeles, but based on recent reports, getting traded isn’t one of them.
With his future past this season still unknown, it seems LeBron James is most likely to remain a Laker.
With the rising cost of ticket prices and the advancement of VR technology, is the Meta Quest 3 a better way to experience Lakers games, or the NBA in general?