In a recent interview, former Lakers coach Phil Jackson spoke on the state of the Lakers and what they could do moving forward.
According to reports, the Lakers have their sights set on 2015 in the form of Kevin Love and Kevin Durant.
Upon re-evaluation, Kobe Bryant is expected to miss at least the next three weeks with his fractured knee.
With the 2014 NBA Trade Deadline approaching, the Lakers are maneuvering to make a deal for Timberwolves' forward Kevin Love.
Kobe Bryant shared some insight into his rehabilitation prior to Sunday's All-Star game, as well as his thoughts on the future of the Lakers.
After suffering another set back with the nerve issues in his leg, it looks like Steve Nash is likely out until after the All-Star break.
Despite earlier reports of retirement, Steve Nash reiterates that he has no plans to retire this summer.
Shaquille O'Neal made some interesting comments about his days as a Laker, most notably what caused the Shaq/Kobe duo to split and go their separate ways.
The Lakers' shooting guard has been diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of the left patella and a bone bruise.
The Lakers are set to get some reinforcements back in the lineup Tuesday, as Steve Blake and Steve Nash are expected to start vs. Minnesota.
Dante Exum, the Australian point guard phenom in the upcoming NBA draft, recently expressed his interest in joining the Lakers.
With the Lakers out of playoff contention, Pau Gasol is back in trade rumors, and this time with the Phoenix Suns reportedly interested.
A free agent at the end of this season, SG Jodie Meeks is having a very consistent year filling in for the injured Kobe Bryant.
Pau Gasol's MRI reveals a strained right groin and will miss at least a week before being re-evaluated.