Lakers Free Agency
Both the Lakers and Raptors would likely make great use of Thomas Bryant’s skills, so wherever he goes, he will have the opportunity to rehabilitate his value.
Thomas Bryant might be coming back to the Lakers in NBA free agency... if he picks them over the Boston Celtics, that is.
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 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.
Malik Monk has parlayed his career-year with the Lakers into a new contract from the Kings in NBA free agency.
The Lakers have a lot of targets in NBA free agency, ranging from big men to wings.
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.
Kyrie Irving and the Nets are reportedly at a stalemate in contract talks, clearing the way for the Lakers to pursue a deal for the disgruntled All-Star when NBA free agency begins.
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.
We have the latest update on the persistent John Wall and Russell Westbrook trade rumors, as well as some more intel on how much Malik Monk is likely to make in free agency.
Addressing the media for one of the few, and last, times this season, Kendrick Nunn spoke about a year lost to a persistent bone bruise, and his plans heading into free agency now that he’s healthy.
Malik Monk was one of the few bright spots of the season, but the Lakers may find it difficult to retain him in free agency.
In case it wasn’t obvious already, Rob Pelinka is making it clear that the Lakers are going to try their best to keep Malik Monk in free agency this summer.
In addition to cutting DeAndre Jordan to make room for DJ Augustin, the Lakers will also sign Wenyen Gabriel to a two-way contract.
Amidst a breakout season with the franchise, Malik Monk made it clear he would like to remain with the Lakers long-term when he hits free agency this summer.
It seems like the Lakers will not be keeping Darren Collison after his emergency replacement player contract expired on Monday.
After nearly two years of will-they-won’t-they between the Lakers and Darren Collison, the UCLA product is finally joining the team as a replacement player. His fellow L.A. native Stanley Johnson is joining him.
Chaundee Brown appeared in two games for the Lakers, but has been cut to make room for Mason Jones.
Isaiah Thomas is officially a member of the Lakers once again, providing the team emergency depth in the backcourt on a 10-day contract.
Isaiah Thomas is technically returning to the Lakers to help the team amidst their current COVID outbreak.
Wesley Matthews wanted "run it back" with the Lakers, but he is instead leaving for the Bucks after just one season in purple and gold.
Out of the blue, Giannis Antetokounmpo reignited the rumors that he could leave the Bucks, and now it’s time to connect him to the Lakers again.
Alex Caruso couldn’t believe how upset Lakers fans were about the team offering him less money than the Bulls
There is at least one person who can’t believe how mad many Lakers fans are about the team lowballing Alex Caruso in free agency: Caruso himself.
We will be updating this page with the Lakers’ training camp roster as it fills out.
James Ennis might get to have his dream of joining the Lakers come true, after all.
The Lakers and Darren Collison just can’t get enough of each other.
The Lakers are already the subject of plenty of NBA free agency rumors, something that will only continue as the offseason rolls along.