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Reports: Lakers Give Luke Walton 5-Year, $25 Million ContractAccording to several reports, the Lakers and Luke Walton have reached a 5-year agreement worth $25 million to become the team's next head coach.
Lakers Announce Luke Walton As New Head CoachLuke Walton, an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors and a former player for the Los Angeles Lakers, will be the head coach of the Lakers next season, the team confirmed Friday.
Warriors Grant Lakers Permission To Interview Luke Walton For Coaching VacancyLos Angeles fired Byron Scott on Sunday night.
Lakers Fire Head Coach Byron ScottThe Los Angeles Lakers have fired Head Coach Byron Scott.
5 Possible Options For The Lakers In Free Agency This SummerWith a core built around Julius Randle, Jordan Clarkson, D'Angelo Russell and a top pick (hopefully this year, but potentially next year), the Lakers certainly need to add a couple more pieces to the puzzle before they can compete in the NBA again.
Calling Kobe Bryant The 'Most Fraudulent Superstar Celebrity Athlete' Makes Very Little SenseFox Sports' Jason Whitlock made some very egregious statements regarding Kobe Bryant's 20-year NBA career when he spoke Friday on "The Herd."
Staples Center Sets Single-Day Sales Record For Arena's Worldwide On Kobe Retirement NightThe final game of Kobe Bryant's career was historic in many ways.
Kobe Bryant Scores 60 Points, Leads Lakers To Victory In Final NBA GameKobe Bryant put on a show in his grand finale.
Pelicans Beat Lakers, 110-102Alexis Ajinca and the Pelicans dominated Los Angeles in a 110-102 victory Friday night in retiring Lakers star Kobe Bryant's final game in New Orleans.
Celtics Survive Kobe's 34 Points, Beat Lakers 107-100Isaiah Thomas scored 26 points and the Boston Celtics clinched a playoff berth while besting Kobe Bryant for the final time with a 107-100 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night.
Why The Lakers Need To Cut Nick YoungHis biggest contributions to the team are his post-game quotes that make no sense and his premature celebrations of shots that don't even go in.
Julius Randle Slapped With $15K Fine For Obscene GestureLos Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle has been fined $15,000 for making an obscene gesture during the game against the Miami Heat.

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