Lakers Trade Rumors
With the NBA trade deadline just two days away, the Lakers are once again being linked to the Utah Jazz.
The Lakers are once again being connected to a few familiar names — and a couple of new ones! — as the NBA trade deadline gets closer.
The Lakers pursued Kyrie Irving in a trade but would not include Austin Reaves or Max Christie in the deal as they view them as part of the future.
Leading up to the 2023 NBA trade deadline, we’ll be keeping an updating list of all the Lakers trade rumors from reputable sources here.
Report: Lakers willing to trade Patrick Beverley, Lonnie Walker; but wouldn’t include Max Christie, Austin Reaves for Kyrie
We already knew that the Lakers had Patrick Beverley on the trade block, but it seems like Lonnie Walker IV is joining him there. Max Christie and Austin Reaves, however, are not.
The Lakers still have a few teams they’re hoping they can make deals with even after missing out on a trade for Kyrie Irving.
The Lakers definitely tried to trade for Kyrie Irving, but the organization was at least somewhat concerned about his reliability issues.
Rumor Roundup: What the Lakers offered for Kyrie Irving, and why the Nets sent him to Mavericks instead
The Nets reportedly had no interest in sending Kyrie Irving to the Lakers, even with L.A. including both their 2027 and 2029 first-round draft picks.
The Nets are sending Kyrie Irving to the Dallas Mavericks, meaning the Lakers will have to look elsewhere for NBA trade deadline upgrades.
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It’s a new year but the amount of rumors stay the same when it comes to the Lakers and the trade deadline as Russell Westbrook could be on his way out and Myles Turner, Buddy Hield and others could be on their way to Los Angeles.
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As the Lakers and Nets continue negotiations in a deal for Kyrie Irving, stay up to date with the latest news regarding the trade discussions.
Report: Lakers willing to go all-in on trade for Kyrie Irving, but only if he accepts a two-year deal
After waiting and waiting and waiting, Kyrie Irving may represent the player the Lakers are ready to push all their chips into the middle of the table for, draft picks and young players included.
The new battle for Los Angeles? A trade market showdown between the Lakers and Clippers to secure the services of Kyrie Irving, who the Nets are proceeding like they want to dump.
Don’t expect to see Kyrie Irving in a Nets uniform before the NBA trade deadline, and possibly not after, either.
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After a woefully unsuccessful first year in Los Angeles, Russell Westbrook’s future will continue to be the subject of constant debates and rumors all season.
The Lakers are talking with the Hornets and Jazz about a Russell Westbrook trade, and Kyrie Irving is sitting out tonight as conversations ramp up.
There is a convincing case to be made that the Lakers dealing for Rui Hachimura may have been the first domino in a cascade that eventually led to Kyrie Irving making his latest trade demand.
The Lakers were linked to Kyrie Irving all summer long. Now that he's asked the Nets to trade him, it seems they will pursue him again.
Kyrie Irving is asking the Nets to trade him because he wants more money. The Lakers and Mavericks don’t want to give it to him. What are we doing here, again?
Lakers reportedly ‘aren’t interested’ in Kyrie Irving trade that includes Austin Reaves or Max Christie
The Lakers like Max Christie and Austin Reaves a lot, and reportedly have no desire to include them in a Kyrie Irving trade.
The Lakers are once again being linked to a potential Russell Westbrook for Terry Rozier deal.
We all know two Lakers figures who would love the team to trade for Kyrie Irving: Phil Handy and LeBron James.
With less than a week to go until the NBA trade deadline, it seems like we should buckle up for plenty more rumors about what the Lakers will do with Russell Westbrook.
One of the Lakers top trade targets in Bojan Bogdanovic may have been told he’s staying in Detroit, but the Lakers themselves may be waiting until the summer for a trade.
The Pacers are locking in Myles Turner for more years and money, but while he is still eligible to be dealt before the NBA trade deadline, Rick Carlisle says he’s off the market... for now.
The Lakers are once again being linked to a few familiar names from the last few trade and free agency cycles as the NBA trade deadline approaches.
The Lakers’ acquisition of Rui Hachimura not just kicked off trade season in the NBA, it also will impact what the team will do in the coming weeks before the deadline.
After waiting and waiting and waiting, the Lakers have reportedly finally pulled the trigger on a trade this season, sending out Kendrick Nunn for Wizards forward Rui Hachimura.
The Knicks’ continued search for a new team for Cam Reddish has re-ignited with the Lakers joining the Bucks and Mavericks as potential landing spots.
Several of the latest rumors from around the NBA may not be all that pleasant to read for Lakers fans.
The Lakers are remaining active in canvassing the league for trades, but are they ever actually going to pull the trigger?
Patrick Beverley’s injury status is uncertain for the Lakers after exiting Monday’s game while the franchise also continues to monitor the trade market for centers, including Myles Turner.