The NBA is scheduling Lakers vs. Suns early in an attempt to give us our first LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant showdown since 2018.
The Lakers will be home for the holidays, as their longtime rival Boston Celtics will visit them as part of the NBA’s annually jam-packed Christmas Day slate.
The Lakers are officially headed to the Western Conference Finals to face the Denver Nuggets, and the NBA has announced the dates and TV channels the games will be on.
We officially know when and where the Lakers will play the Warriors in the second round of the NBA playoffs, as well as which TV channels the games will be on.
With the schedule now released, it’s that time of the offseason where Laker fans can get excited and look forward to the intriguing matchups ahead for star point guard Russell Westbrook.
The NBA has revealed when and where we can watch LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis and the rest of the new-look Lakers this year.
The new-look Lakers will be one of the premier teams on the NBA schedule this season, perhaps more so than ever.
After a year off, the Lakers will return to the Las Vegas Summer League this summer
The Lakers will see a lot of teams from the Eastern Conference in the second half of their schedule.
The highly-anticipated matchup between the Lakers and Clippers won’t happen after all.
The Lakers are undefeated in the NBA playoffs when wearing their Black Mamba jerseys.
Here’s the full scheduled for the Lakers’ second-round matchup with the Rockets.
After the Trail Blazers beat the Nets on Thursday night, the Lakers will be playing either Portland or the Memphis Grizzlies when they begin the playoffs on Tuesday.
The Lakers will officially restart their season on Thursday.
The excitement of the Lakers’ seeding schedule doesn’t start and end with their opener against the Clippers.
With Dwight Howard opting to continue, the Lakers won’t have to replace another key contributor for the remainder of the season.
The Mavericks, Magic and Wizards will help the Lakers warm up for the seeding games at Disney World.
Lakers center JaVale McGee thinks the NBA is taking the proper measures to keep players safe from the coronavirus in Orlando.
We now know when the Lakers will play in the conference and NBA Finals, should they make it that far.
Plus, all of the questions that the NBA still needs to answer.
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Our updating coverage on the Lakers coming back to finish the 2019-20 season and chase their 17th banner.
The Lakers will reportedly play the next eight games on their schedule.
Frank Vogel isn’t eager to get the postseason started, nor is he in a rush to get his players back onto the court.