Incoming Lakers lead assistant Chris Jent has a reputation for helping players shoot more consistently. Could Lonnie Walker IV and Troy Brown Jr. be his next success stories?
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.
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.
Although the Lakers are clearly still in a win-now mindset, they have dipped their toes into the future with their new 19-year-old rookie.
The only way the Lakers can reach the Warriors’ level is to take a page or two from the newly crowned champions’ playbook.
The Lakers are reportedly interested in acquiring the Nets’ Kyrie Irving, but given their limited resources, how could they even do so?
Detailing Brogdon’s checkered injury history and the potential risks that come with it.
For the Lakers to restore their status as a legitimate championship contender this coming season, they need to do more than simply figure out how to keep Anthony Davis on the floor.
Rob Pelinka and Darvin Ham’s first task together will make or break the Lakers’ chances of competing for banner number 18 next season.
Having gorged themselves on the fruits of the 2020 championship, the Lakers got too comfortable. Perhaps an 18th green banner would reignite the fire requisite for an 18th gold one.
These three youngsters can prove to be far more important than the Lakers ever thought was possible when they signed them.
Why Anthony Davis not touching a basketball for two months might be a good thing (and why it’s not surprising)
Davis’ hiatus from basketball activities isn’t that big of a deal.
Heading into a make-or-break fourth season with the Lakers, Talen Horton-Tucker will have a brand new coach in Darvin Ham, and a whole lot left to prove.
Through Darvin Ham, the Lakers are sending a message that they’ve learned from their mistakes and are looking to change.
Indulging in some fantastical optimism, these are the ways the Lakers can take their offseason from solid to superlative.
There are arguments to be made that Russell Westbrook was set up to fail by the Lakers last season. But how badly does he want to succeed? This season may give us the answer.
Newly-minted Lakers head coach Darvin Ham lived up to the hype in his introductory presser alongside general manager Rob Pelinka.
It is officially silly season, and the fake Lakers rumors and NBA trades are out in full force.
The next three months are going to be as crucial as it gets for the Lakers, who need to ace most of their decisions this offseason.
Strapped for resources to make any long-lasting moves of impact this summer, the Lakers may come closest in doing so with their new head coach.
Lets go behind the scenes to see what NBA hopefuls go through when they get evaluated by the Lakers.
There are a lot of ways that this offseason could produce results for the 2022-23 Lakers that are nearly the same as last season. But what are the absolute worst ways things could go? Let’s find out.
Blessed with incredible leaping ability, Kaodirichi Akobundu-Ehiogu’s upside is as high as his vertical, and could be a perfect fit with what the Lakers need from potential undrafted players after the 2022 NBA Draft (or in the second round).
Given that teams have rarely succeeded in serving both the present and future, the Lakers need to figure out which timeline they’re going to pursue this summer.
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.