Friday, October 24, 2014


NBA Draft


With an off-season of rebuilding on the horizon, general manager Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers may be open to trading their lottery draft pick to win now.


It's official. Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni has resigned from his duties.


Lakers' owner Jim Buss made a few bold statements regarding his future, in which he vowed to step down if the team is not successful in three to four years.


Despite being in the midst of the worst season in Lakers' history, sources say GM Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers have agreed on a multiyear extension.


After the worst season in Lakers' history, the Lakers are reportedly leaning towards firing head coach Mike D'Antoni at the end of this season.


According a report, the Lakers may be gearing up to offer their first round lottery draft pick for All-Star Timberwolves forward Kevin Love this summer.


According to reports, Lakers' head coach Mike D'Antoni and his alma mater, Marshall University, share mutual interest in filling MU's coaching vacancy.


Although the Phil Jackson saga had many twists and turns, the bottom line for the Lakers was that the decision to not hire him was a family decision.


After calling out the Lakers' front office Wednesday, a Sporting News report suggests that Kobe Bryant has played his last game under coach Mike D'Antoni.


According to multiple sources, Kobe Bryant's slow recovery from his fractured left knee will force him to miss the remainder of this season for the Lakers.


Pau Gasol has clearly been frustrated under coach D'Antoni, and he let those frustrations be heard following Tuesday's loss to the Indiana Pacers.


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.


Lakers' point guard Steve Blake has reportedly been traded to the Golden State Warriors Wednesday night for guards MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore.



After another setback during the pre-season, the Lakers announced today that Steve Nash will miss the 2014-2015 season due to ongoing back issues. Via Lakers: EL SEGUNDO...