Friday, August 29, 2014



After a miserable 2013-14 season and an unusually long off-season, we finally have something to look forward to. Read our breakdown of the Lakers' schedule.


After 7 seasons with the Lakers, Pau Gasol has decided to continue his career in Chicago with the Bulls.


After a rather disappointing off-season, the Lakers are forced to continue their rebuilding process.


Pau Gasol may have been one of the greatest Lakers to play for the team. His underrated playing ability and stats are something that people often look over, and his legacy should not be forgotten despite whatever team he chooses to sign with this offseason.


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


As the Kevin Love sweepstakes start to heat up, the Lakers are a team that has been heavily linked to the All-Star power forward...

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.

Byron Scott


Byron Scott is a viable coaching candidate for the Los Angeles Lakers with previous coaching stints with the Nets, Hornets and Cavaliers.

Derek Fisher


If Derek Fisher retires after this season, the Lakers may look to the former championship guard to fill their head coaching vacancy.

Tom Thibodeau


Although Tom Thibodeau is still a member of the Chicago Bulls coaching staff, the Lakers and Kobe Bryant may keep an eye on the defensive guru.


Is Kobe Bryant the reason why Pau Gasol may stay?

Lionel Hollins


Former Memphis Grizzlies head coach Lionel Hollins is expected to be in the running for the Lakers coaching vacancy.

Ettore Messina


The Lakers are rumored to be interested in former Lakers assistant and international star coach Ettore Messina, and he may be exactly what the team needs.

Mark Jackson


After being relieved of his coaching duties with the Golden State Warriors, Mark Jackson is one of the bigger names out there for the coach-less Lakers.



Former number two overall NBA draft pick Michael Beasley worked out for the Los Angeles Lakers for a second time Wednesday.