James Ennis might get to have his dream of joining the Lakers come true, after all.
LeBron James wants to help the 2021-22 Lakers get off to the same start the 2020 champions did, so there was only one option available: Players-only minicamp.
The Lakers and Darren Collison just can’t get enough of each other.
After two season with the Lakers, Devontae Cacok is headed to the Brooklyn Nets to continue his NBA journey.
The Lakers are bringing Cam Oliver to training camp, and potentially to their G League affiliate as well.
As the situation moves further and further into the past, it’s becoming more and more clear that Marc Gasol was not coming back to the Lakers this season no matter what.
Report: Rich Paul told team personnel around league during draft combine that LeBron James, Anthony Davis would play four and five
It sounds more and more likely that the Lakers will be playing their best lineup with LeBron James and Anthony Davis in the front court from the start of the season.
The Lakers are already the subject of plenty of NBA free agency rumors, something that will only continue as the offseason rolls along.
From the sound of things, the Lakers and Marc Gasol were both ready to go their separate ways.
Marc Gasol will have his time with the Lakers end after just one season.
The Lakers are one of a handful of teams who might like to add James Ennis for one of their final roster spots.
The Lakers wanted to bring back a player who is statistically one of their greatest centers ever, Damian Jones.
The Lakers are bringing DeAndre Jordan back to Los Angeles after the veteran big man parted ways with Brooklyn (and Detroit).
LeBron James could only dream of giving a nickname as bad as this anonymous Eastern Conferee executive gave the Lakers.
Anthony Davis was reportedly frustrated that Dennis Schröder didn’t set him up as well as Rajon Rondo
Rajon Rondo’s return brings back a player that was often on the same page with Anthony Davis, something Dennis Schröder struggled to do during his season in Los Angeles.
The Lakers are once again being rumored to look at center options this offseason, spelling further potential for the end of Marc Gasol’s time in Los Angeles.
Rajon Rondo wanted to get back to the Lakers, so he put his money where his mouth is and offered the Grizzlies some savings.
The Lakers appear ready to shift back to a formula they’ve had success with, given their rumored interest in Nets big man DeAndre Jordan, who is reportedly discussing a buyout with the Brooklyn Nets.
It sounds like Isaiah Thomas really could have returned to the Lakers if Rajon Rondo didn’t get out of his contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Playoff Rondo is BACK.
The Lakers drafted Svi Mykhailiuk in 2018, but after he considered returning to the team in free agency, he instead signed with the Raptors.
Kevin Love hasn’t technically been connected to the Lakers yet, but it’s hard to imagine any other landing spot for him should the forward be bought out by the Cavs.
While the Lakers announced an extension for head coach Frank Vogel, the lack of details has many around the league believing it is just a one-year extension.
The Lakers have been searching for a point guard option to round out their roster and one familiar name in Rajon Rondo could potentially be an option.
Jared Dudley served an important role with the Lakers the last two seasons, which makes the decision for the team not to retain him in any capacity interesting.
With the Lakers set to move on from him, Jared Dudley may be turning in his playing shoes for a coach’s suit next season with the Mavericks.
Lakers reportedly interested in trading for Pacers guard Jeremy Lamb, waiting to see if fully healthy
A 3-and-D wing option, Jeremy Lamb has reportedly drawn interest from the Lakers, who would have a hard time making a trade work.
Free agent James Ennis, who has been linked to the Lakers, has added more fuel to those rumors by liking tweets encouraging him to join the Lakers.
No matter how things shake out, it’s pretty clear at this point that Marc Gasol and the Lakers would probably prefer to separate.
The Lakers are casting a fairly wide net and taking their time as they look to fill out their final couple of roster spots. JaKarr Sampson and Tim Frazier are the latest names connected to the team.
As the Lakers look to round out their roster, finding depth in the backcourt and on the wing appear to be their priorities.