A very interesting look on behind the scenes of Ron Artest signing with our Los Angeles Lakers...
The NBA salary cap has been set for next season at $57.7 million, a decline from 2008-09, allowing teams to begin signing players.
Lakers sign both Shannon Brown and Ron Artest within a hour and a half.
A few members from our Forums have been debating what number Ron should wear as a Lakers. Well put those thoughts to rest, it looks like he might sport the #37 and here's why...
The Los Angeles Lakers' commitment to sign the mercurial Ron Artest would appear to make retaining Phil Jackson even more imperative than the team believed when the NBA's free-agent period began.
The champs should have spent more time negotiating with Trevor Ariza and passed on the forward with a volatile past.
The following is a statement released on Thursday evening from Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak...
Ariza agreed to a five-year deal with the Rockets for about $33 million, roughly the same that the Lakers had offered in their effort to retain him...
That's right Ron-Ron will be in the Purple and Gold come next season, so D-Bricks and G-Small had to give you exclusive analysis of this huge deal.
The Houston Rockets have answered the defection of Ron Artest to the Los Angeles Lakers by quickly reaching an agreement to sign Trevor Ariza away from L.A.
Trevor Ariza's short but sweet stay in Los Angeles might be coming to an end.
G-Small delivers the first Lakers off-season report, and talks about re-signing the key free agents needed to make another Championship run.
Mike Krzyzewski made it clear: He's not ever going to coach the Los Angeles Lakers.
It wasn't long ago that Kobe Bryant reportedly wanted out of Los Angeles. He's not going anywhere now.