In today's State of the Nation, our Laker Nation writers answer one, simple question: What does the not-so-distant future look like for this Lakers team?
James Cypert breaks down the Lakers season and explains why he remains 'cautiously optimistic' that this Lakers team will somehow turn their season around.
If the NBA playoffs were to start today, they would not include the Los Angeles Lakers. David Brickley and Jason Riley discuss on Voice of the Nation: Fastbreak.
In today's State of the Nation, we take a look at the Lakers match up with the Clippers, and tell you why the Lakers will be the last L.A. team standing when the season ends.
It's Christmas, which means we want to give you a chance to win some free Lakers gear during today's game, courtesy of our friends over at Phiten.
In a special Christmas Day 'State of the Nation', we take a look at the Lakers match up with the Knicks, and tell you exactly how it's going down at Staples Center this afternoon.
Every week, our writers weigh in on a topic pitched by Laker Nation. This week, they offer their predictions for the remainder of the Lakers regular season.
Steve Nash, who has missed 23 games this season (and hasn't even played for D'Antoni yet), is aiming for a Saturday return against Golden State.
Ex-Laker Derek Fisher has officially signed with the Dallas Mavericks.
Since being named head coach of the Lakers, Mike D'Antoni has partially implemented his system... but should he be getting the credit for the Lakers recent surge in offense? Brickley and Riley discuss.
It's been a whirlwind 24 hours for Laker Nation. When the dust settled, it was Mike D'Antoni - not Phil Jackson - filling the head coaching vacancy left after Mike Brown was fired last week.
David Brickley, Jason Riley and Kevin Figgers are back in Studio B at Fox Sports Radio for a special LIVE edition of Voice of the Nation. Tonight, the guys go old school for a full length audio edition of VOTN where they'll be taking your calls, answering your questions and getting you caught up on all the news around LakerNation, and the NBA.
It was a slightly different Lakers team that took the floor at Staples Center tonight... but that was really the only thing that was...
Laker Nation columnist Jason Riley takes a look back on Derek Fisher's 0.4 second shot to beat the Spurs in the '04 Playoffs.