Sasha Vujacic (The Machine) is boycotting the color green. Yes, you heard me right... the color green!
A day before Tuesday's season opener against Portland, the Lakers coach says he still hasn't settled on who will start, much less what his regular rotation will be.
Earlier this pre-season, there was a big fuss about Lamar Odom possibly becoming the Lakers' sixth man.
He is, without question, a very good basketball player. He is tall. He runs fast, and he jumps high.
The Los Angeles Lakers have waived free agent guard Coby Karl, it was announced today.
The Press Enterprise: You've probably heard of activists boycotting coffeehouse chains, unscrupulous clothing manufacturers or dolphin-imperiling tuna companies? Well, Sasha Vujacic is launching...
After a summer of international competition, including the Olympics, Pau Gasol seems to have adapted flawlessly to his new NBA position, power forward.
A day with the Lakers' Andrew Bynum as the center went through his offseason training regimen.
The Lakers center says his battles with the Blazers' big man goes back to sixth grade.
Lamar Odom says he's embraced his new role as the sixth man.
Today on the Friday edition of the Voice of the Nation, Andrew and David welcome new co-host Gregory "G-Small" Smalls to the show. Also, the new three headed monster of great Laker talk and discourse dives into the murky waters regarding Luke Walton, Lamar Odom and Sun Yue.
He should be financially secure no matter what option he chooses. Bryant is reluctant to talk about next summer, and Lakers can only wait to see what he does.
It's impossible not to have great expectations for the Lakers with Bryant, Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum, Lamar Odom and Co. playing for coach Phil Jackson, who just happens to have the best winning percentage of all time in both the regular season and postseason.
It feels like eternity from here, but at this time last year there was a lot of talk about trading most of the Chicago Bulls’ young and skilled roster for one Kobe Bryant. Today, the Lakers have arguably the deepest NBA team.