The Lakers and Jarred Vanderbilt have extended their partnership for at least another season, and possibly up to five.
The NBA is set to reportedly announce new rules for the 2023-24 season that will heavily punish teams for load managing star players.
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, LeBron James is not just reportedly committing to Team USA but looking to recruit top stars to join him.
According to a recent report, Anthony Davis’ desire to play fewer minutes at center was part of the team’s motivation to sign Christian Wood.
Darvin Ham coached Christian Wood with the Milwaukee Bucks, and helped recruit him to the Lakers by telling him he’d be a significant contributor.
Christian Wood can (in theory) fit alongside Anthony Davis, but it sounds like the Lakers will initially stick with Davis as the lone traditional big in their starting lineup.
His free agency is still two years away, but the Giannis Antetokounmpo rumors to the Lakers are already starting.
The NBA is scheduling Lakers vs. Suns early in an attempt to give us our first LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant showdown since 2018.
In a Western Conference Finals rematch, the Lakers will travel to Denver to play the Nuggets to kick off the 2023-24 season.
The Lakers are reportedly in the final stages of planning a Kobe Bryant statue that will be unveiled on August 24, 2024 and will also incorporate Gigi.
As the offseason continues, nothing has changed when it comes to the Lakers interest in Christian Wood with a sign-and-trade with the Mavericks not of interest.
Ahead of his fifth season in Los Angeles, Anthony Davis and the Lakers have reportedly agreed to an extension that will keep him in purple and gold for even longer.
All signs are pointing towards Anthony Davis and the Lakers continuing their partnership for years to come.
With Anthony Davis becoming extension eligible this week, the Lakers are reportedly expected to offer him a max extension.
After a Twitter parody account sparked rumors that Austin Reaves was dating Taylor Swift earlier this summer, the Lakers guard said there is no love story between himself and the pop star.
With the bulk of free agency effectively finished, the Lakers still have two open roster spots and an eye on one of the top remaining unsigned players in Christian Wood.
After a season in which he played almost exclusively as a center for the Lakers, Anthony Davis may make way in the starting lineup for a center once again.
Heading into the final year of his contract, Anthony Davis reportedly could be set for an extension with the Lakers heading into training camp.
After an infamous meltdown in the playoffs with the Grizzlies, Dillon Brooks reportedly met with the Lakers in free agency this summer.
For the second time in his career with the Lakers, LeBron James will change his jersey number, this time going from No. 6 back to No. 23.
The Lakers picked up a win in contract negotiations with D’Angelo Russell by agreeing to waive the player’s no-trade clause.
The Lakers are sure to be active in NBA free agency once again, so we’ll be tracking every single player they are connected to here.
The Lakers have consistently indicated they want to add another center for their final move of NBA free agency, and Christian Wood and Bismack Biyombo are among the two they reportedly will consider.
Having learned their lessons of previous years, the Lakers reportedly took advantage of a new rule in the CBA to sign second-round draft pick Maxwell Lewis to a four-year contract.
After a largely uneventful tenure with the Lakers, Mo Bamba becomes the latest big man to jump from one coast to the other to join the 76ers.
The Lakers are hiring a familiar name to NBA fans and a player familiar to head coach Darvin Ham as an assistant coach in DeMarre Carroll.
The Lakers added depth to its backcourt this week, namely with Gabe Vincent, but D’Angelo Russell is still the frontrunner to be the starter.