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The Los Angeles Lakers won the amnesty bid to sign Carlos Boozer.

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Shortly after re-signing swingman Nick Young, the Lakers have brought back forward Jordan Hill on a two-year deal.

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After a solid first year with the Lakers, swingman Nick Young has decided to re-sign with the Lakers for four more years.

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Linsanity is coming to Los Angeles! The Houston Rockets have agreed to a trade that sends Jeremy Lin, a 2015 first round pick, and other...

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Former Lakers guard Jodie Meeks has accepted a three year contract offer from the Detroit Pistons valued between $19 million and $20 million. Players cannot officially sign deals until July 10th.

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The latest news and notes from the 2014 NBA Free Agency period for your Los Angeles Lakers.

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There is something to be said about being a Los Angeles Laker and if Monday’s introductory press conference was any indication, the attitude and...

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  Julius Randle, Kentucky, Power Forward, 6-9, 250 (Stats: 15.0 ppg, 10.4 rpg, 1.4 apg) https://twitter.com/J30_RANDLE/status/482319577188012033 The Lakers came into the draft in a very interesting situation....

Julius Randle

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With the No. 7 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, the Lakers selected University of Kentucky forward Julius Randle. Do you like the pick for the Lakers?

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Could Joel's twitter be a sign of things to come?

Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony

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Kobe Bryant will not be sitting on the sidelines during Carmelo Anthony's recruiting process as Anthony seeks his next destination.

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In what was an expected decision, guard Nick Young officially opted out of his final year with the Lakers and will become an unrestricted...

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Exclusively for LakerNation.com, draft analyst Ed Isaacson (@NBADraftBlog) of NBADraftBlog.com ranks the best options for the Lakers as Thursday's NBA Draft nears. The purple and gold...

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NBA.com's David Aldridge is reporting that while the Toronto Raptors will have the chance to re-sign Kyle Lowry, the Lakers are looming as a...

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