The Los Angeles Lakers have shipped out veteran point guard Derek Fisher to the Houston Rockets along with first-round pick–via Dallas for power forward Jordan Hill.
In a separate deal, the Lakers have acquired point guard Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga of the Cleveland Cavaliers for Luke Walton, Jason Kapono and 2012 first-round draft pick(lottery protected).
Mike Brown was unable to win an NBA title with LeBron James during his five seasons as coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, a building that rocks and rolls from November until April as home to the Cavaliers, reality is posted on a wall.
Reports say that the Lakers will hire Mike Brown as their new head coach following the retirement of Phil Jackson. Steinmetz reports two sources confirming a four-year, $18 million deal for Brown. Previous reports had Brown close to a deal following owner Jerry Buss telling reporters that the Lakers were “very close” to a new head coach.
Any time the greatest coach ever in a sport retires, finding a suitable replacement can be sort of difficult. Right now, there don’t appear to be any serious lead as to who will replace Phil Jackson as the coach of the Lakers, but here’s one guy that most definitely won’t be: Byron Scott.
Blake Griffin had 30 points, eight rebounds and eight assists, Eric Gordon scored 29 points in his return to the Clippers’ lineup, and Los Angeles beat Cleveland 100-92 on Saturday to end a nine game losing streak against the Cavaliers.
Not even an unusual Los Angeles rainstorm could dampen the spirits of Mo Williams and Jamario Moon on their first full day with the Clippers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, looking to quicken their rebuilding after a stunning drop in the standings, have acquired point guard Baron Davis and a 2011 first-round draft pick from the Los Angeles Clippers for guard Mo Williams and forward Jamario Moon.
Cleveland Cavaliers Head Coach Byron Scott and Memphis Grizzlies Head Coach Lionel Hollins became the second and third ASU Sun Devils to have their jerseys retired at Wells Fargo Arena.
The Lakers hit the All-Star break broken.
The Los Angeles Lakers fall the last-place Cleveland Cavaliers 104-99.
Cavaliers coach Byron Scott will start his All-Star break by getting his jersey retired at Arizona State.
After the Los Angeles Lakers experienced their most lopsided loss of the season Monday – a 20-point drubbing on the road – coach Phil Jackson said he was embarrassed.
Antawn Jamison’s 3 pointer with 22 seconds left in overtime iced the Cleveland Cavaliers 126-119 win in overtime against the Los Angeles Clippers, snapping a NBA record 26-game losing streak.
Over one season or two, no team in NBA history has lost as many games in a row as these Cleveland Cavaliers.