The Lakers’ championship run in 2020 taught Kyle Kuzma to recognize contender-level cohesion when he sees it, and he saw it in the Suns during the first round of the NBA playoffs.
Dennis Schroder says the Lakers’ lack of time to build chemistry together isn’t an excuse if they fail
Dennis Schröder knows that no one is going to feel sorry for the Lakers if they lose, no matter the circumstances or larger context.
LeBron James didn’t have an explanation for the Lakers’ embarrassing loss on Tuesday.
In case you’ve already scrubbed your brain of the monstrosity that was that game, here’s what you missed.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has seen his shooting slump to start the NBA playoffs, but his Lakers teammate LeBron James never wants him to lose faith.
Andre Drummond imitating LeBron James as he destroys Jae Crowder is the most hilariously disrespectful thing I’ve ever seen
It’s safe to say that Andre Drummond is enjoying his first taste of winning in the playoffs, even if he’s just watching LeBron James light up Jae Crowder from the bench.
The Lakers are starting to resemble the team they were at the start of the season.
The Lakers found out a lot about the strength of their center rotation on Tuesday, for better or for worse.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope says the Lakers weren’t ready for the intensity the Suns played with in Game 1
The Lakers will be looking to come out with a bigger sense of urgency in Game 2.
LeBron James and the rest of the Lakers have no doubt that Anthony Davis is going to bounce back in Game 2.
The Lakers made plenty of mistakes in Game 1 and the Suns made them pay for them.
The Lakers lost the big man battle against the Suns, and lost the game as a result.
Alas, the Clippers choked.
The Lakers have beaten the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Let’s party with the same gear they got.
Lakers veteran Rajon Rondo was not just great in the playoffs. He was great on an unprecedented level for a bench point guard.
The Lakers appeared to start their coronation a little too early against the Miami Heat, both on and off the court. They’ll have to be more focused if they want to close out the NBA Finals.
The Lakers let their cushion in the NBA Finals slip away despite LeBron James’ best efforts.
Kendrick Perkins is responsible for the most accurate nickname ever given to Lakers veteran Rajon Rondo.
Frank Vogel has lived up to his defensive reputation in his first season with the Lakers.
Anthony Davis stepped up and led the Lakers on the defensive end in Game 4.
Like bread from heaven, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was there when the Lakers needed him the most in Game 4.
The Lakers won’t be able to have a championship parade if they win the title. What should they do instead?
A public championship parade during a pandemic is out of the question, but the Lakers still want to find some way to celebrate with their fans if they win the NBA Finals.
The idea that the Lakers don’t have depth just gets sillier and sillier.
Frank Vogel and Rob Pelinka have supported Rajon Rondo every step of the way with the Lakers this year, so he’s happy to repay them with his great playoff run.
In light of a wave of social media hate, Kyle Kuzma is trying to block out the noise and stay focused on helping the Lakers win a championship.
LeBron James and Anthony Davis are going to have to do more if the Lakers want to actually beat the Heat in the NBA Finals.
As the last man standing from the Lakers’ 2018 NBA Draft haul, Kyle Kuzma is just happy to here
"He designed the perfect jersey," Danny Green said.
Danny Green is shooting almost 4% better in the playoffs than he did in the regular season.