Lakers rookie Austin Reaves needs to focus on upper-body strength development during his first NBA offseason.
The Lakers have lost a ton of smart players and coaches since the 2020 NBA bubble. This summer, they really should consider prioritizing basketball IQ as much as anything.
Although the Lakers have a lot of boxes to check this summer, this postseason is showing why adding wing depth needs to be their biggest priority.
With recent reports making it seem like a possibility that Russell Westbrook hasn’t played his final game for the Lakers, let’s go back to the drawing board to see if significant improvements can come next season.
While the Suns lack an all-time great to take them through the playoffs and into the promised land, the Lakers and Mavs both have that guy.
Adrian Griffin has reportedly interviewed with the Lakers for their head coach job, so let’s get to know his resume some more.
Lakers big man Anthony Davis often gets labeled as "soft." That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Even as those involved with the Showtime Era kept critiquing it, Lakers fans loved the first season of "Winning Time."
As Lakers general manager, Rob Pelinka has to manage a variety of stakeholders and make the best decisions for the team. And almost no matter how you slice it, he failed at that role this year.
Carmelo Anthony had a great start to the season that slowly transitioned to a poor second half. His age may have been a reason for that, so with the 37-year-old set to enter free agency again, should the Lakers consider bringing him back?
Phil Jackson has a better track record at identifying top coaching targets than you may think.
Both Mike Brown and Scott Brooks have been tangentially connected to the open Lakers head coaching job, so let’s get to know their resumes a bit better.
After a season where ownership had such a big impact on the Lakers falling out of title contention, is it fair to wonder if the franchise can get back to that level under the current regime?
Frank Vogel’s core beliefs and schematic strengths helped the Lakers win a title, but inflexibility when his roster changed led to his downfall only two seasons later.
The Lakers want Quin Snyder, and he seems potentially gettable. But does he want them? That remains to be seen.
Explaining the possible rationale for the Lakers moving on from longtime trainer Judy Seto.
A year after watching Russell Westbrook return home, Lakers fans are ready for it to be a one-and-done experiment.
Russell Westbrook and the Lakers just took part in a season no one would want to repeat. But are there any reasons for them to want to run it back, and hope for a better result?