Lakers News: LeBron James Becomes Third Player to Reach 35K Points

With partner in crime, Anthony Davis, sidelined with an achilles injury for the next four weeks, LeBron James has had to step up even more for the Lakers. Although he is 36-years old and in his 18th season in the NBA, he’s showed no signs of slowing down from his elite production. In fact, James … Read more

Lakers News: LA Has No Formal Plans to Honor the One-Year Anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s Passing

It’s difficult to come to the realization that it’s been almost a year to the date that the world lost such an iconic figure. For many fans, players, and loved ones, it may still be hard to accept that Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna and 7 others, was taken way too soon. Due … Read more

Lakers: Kyle Kuzma’s Performance against Clippers Shows He’s Ready to be Team’s Third Option in Playoffs

There has been a lot of talk surrounding the Lakers’ lack of a third go-to option behind LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Last night, Kyle Kuzma did his best to put those opinions to rest. In a thrilling 103-101 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, the Lakers looked like a team trying to prove a … Read more

Lakers: Up and Coming Players To Watch During Exhibition Games in Orlando

The Lakers are back tonight against the Dallas Mavericks. Tonight will be an exhibition game; however, there are two up and coming players to watch for in the purple and gold. Devontae Cacok and Talen Horton-Tucker had great showings with the South Bay Lakers. Now, they will look to continue that momentum, prove themselves, and … Read more

Which Lakers Player Must Step Up In Avery Bradley’s Absence?

The NBA season will resume in Orlando in just 35 days. It was announced that Avery Bradley would not join the Orlando team due to concerns over his son’s health. Bradley is an essential piece for the Lakers’ success, but family comes first. Before the season was suspended, the Lakers signed Dion Waiters. If Waiters … Read more

Lakers News: Which Role Players Should See the Most Playing Time in the Playoffs?

The NBA is ramping up its timeline as July draws near, and teams will soon be returning to their facilities in larger numbers to prepare for the final stretch. It’s been just over 100 days without any basketball, but it’s about to come back in full force. The Lakers are in as good a position … Read more

Lakers News: Lakers Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Donates To California Hospital

There seems to be no shortage of good deeds being done by celebrities when it comes to helping others during the COVID-19 pandemic. The growth of those individuals helping has now extended to 19-time NBA All-Star and Lakers Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. On Monday, Abdul-Jabbar donated 900 pairs of safety googles to medical workers at Scripps … Read more

Lakers News: Kobe Bryant to be Inducted into Hall of Fame

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Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant headlines the 2020 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2020. Bryant will be joined by veterans Tim Duncan, who spent his entire 19-year career with the San Antonio Spurs as well as Kevin Garnett who played for the Minnesota Timberwolves for 14 seasons before being traded to the Boston … Read more

Lakers News: An NBA Bylaw Could Make Los Angeles NBA Champions

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File this one under weird, unique, and just plain strange. The NBA is shut down indefinitely with no signs of return. While there is every intention to get games going eventually, Lakers fans have started to wonder what the future looks like. Mainly, the question is what happens if the rest of the season is … Read more

Lakers: Shaq Explains His Appearance on Netflix’s Tiger King

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It’s a strange time in sports history when you’re talking about Lakers’ legend Shaquille O’Neal‘s appearance on a wild Netflix documentary, but that’s where we are. After fans saw Shaq appear on Netflix’s wildly popular Tiger King, there were questions that started to pop up. Mainly, Lakers fans wanted to know why Shaq would support a … Read more

Lakers: Update for Anthony Davis on COVID-19 Testing

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The NBA was the first major sport to shut down amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It all kicked off when Utah Jazz star Rudy Gobert tested positive, and since then a number of players have also tested positive. Since that time three weeks ago, players across basketball have gotten tests done out of precaution. The Lakers … Read more

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