Lakers: LeBron Leads Early All-Star Voting in the West, Anthony Davis Comes in Fourth

With word coming Thursday morning that the NBA would indeed go forward with an All-Star Game on March 7th, the first round of voting results has come in. It should come as no surprise that Lakers’ forward LeBron James leads all vote-getters in the Western Conference with the monster season that he is putting together. … Read more

Lakers: NBA Announces Full Preseason Schedule

The NBA season is fast approaching, and the Lakers are itching to get out there and defend their title. With less than a month before Opening Night, the league is beginning to put its plan in place for the 72-game season. On Friday afternoon, the NBA officially announced their preseason schedule, which includes a pair … 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 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

Clippers News: Lou Williams Talks Returning to Play and Thoughts on Social Injustice

The NBA season is set to resume in Orlando on July 30th. Clippers guard Lou Williams, among others, wants to make a statement for people to not forget about the social justice changes needed in the U.S.  Lou Williams was on CoStar to discuss the NBA’s return and how to balance the NBA season with social justice … Read more

Where MLB Missed the Ball and Let the NBA Take its Spotlight

The NBA and MLB have had different approaches to restarting the season. This week, the impasse between the MLB Players Association and Major League Baseball continued as union director Tony Clark issued a statement following a conference call: Here is Tony Clark's full statement after the MLBPA's leadership meeting today. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) … Read more

Los Angeles News: Governor Newsom Says Pro Sports May Return Soon in California


Yesterday during his daily COVID-19 updates, California Governor Gavin Newsom said that we could see pro sports return by the first week of June without fans in California. California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state could see pro sports return by the first week of June without fans. — Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) May 18, … Read more

Lakers News: Jared Dudley Disagrees With NBA Reducing Training Camp Estimate

As NBA teams are opening their practice facilities, sixteen teams have either already begun or will be open for voluntary workouts as of Monday. It was reportedly announced on Saturday that the NBA would reduce training camp from 4-5 weeks to 2-3 weeks. This news did not sit well with Lakers forward, Jared Dudley. On … Read more

NBA News: Basketball Is B-A-C-K! Well, Kind Of

The NBA introduced the HORSE Challenge to the world that was in dire need of some sports entertainment last night. They were able to combine talents from some fan favorite NBA/WNBA players as well as promoting safety through social distancing. Players were given the option of filming themselves from home or any other court they … Read more

NBA News: League Prepping To Have Games Resume Soon?

For over a month now there has been a halt in major sports in America due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Stadiums and arenas that would normally have been packed right now with fans screaming in excitement sit dormant. Absolutely no one saw anything like this coming. A void has been sitting in players and fans … Read more

Lakers News: LeBron James Posts Heartfelt Message To Fans


Heading into almost a month with no basketball it seems as everyone, including the players, are missing it dearly. The COVID-19 pandemic has left a big hole in the hearts of all sports lovers globally.

This goes for Lakers star LeBron James as well as he posts a heartfelt message and video to all Lakers fans.

Here’s what that message said.

#LakerNation I miss y’all so so much and putting on that uniform every night along with my brothers!!!

The last game played for LeBron and the Los Angeles Lakers was on March 10 as they took the loss from the Brooklyn Nets 102-104. Unfortunately, those Nets ended up being an NBA organization that featured members who had contracted the Coronavirus.

Moreover, rumors swirled about two Lakers contracting the virus, but names were never disclosed.

If the season was still going on, the Lakers would have been in route to play the rival Sacramento Kings on Saturday, April 4th.

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