Former Laker, NBA Broadcaster 'Hot Rod' Hundley Dies At 80Hot Rod Hundley, the former NBA player who broadcast Jazz games in New Orleans and Utah for 35 years, died Friday. He was 80.
The 5 Los Angeles MVPs In The NBA All-Star GameSince the NBA All-Star Game was established in 1951, five players who represented Los Angeles have been named most valuable player of the annual score-fest.
1971 World Champion Lakers To Help Raise Funds Saturday For Local High School AthleticsFor a price, lakers fans will get a chance to meet the 1971 World Championship Laker team at a charity event this Saturday, Dec. 8 in Santa Monica.
Report: Lakers Don't Have Serious Interest On Gilbert ArenasAccording to the LA Times, the Los Angeles Lakers do not have serious interest in signing Gilbert Arenas despite Mitch Kupchak attending Arenas’ private workout in a private Bel-Air gym.
Jerry West Recounts Slights From Phil JacksonJerry West has a new autobiography coming out, and the San Jose Mercury News has some excerpts and a look at West who recently purchased a small stake of the Warriors and is working as a consultant on the basketball side.
Warriors Pass On Brian Shaw, Hire Mark JacksonThe Golden State Warriors have hired television analyst Mark Jackson as their new head coach.
Jerry West To Be More Than 'Figurehead' With WarriorsJerry West says he will be more than just a "figurehead" in his new role as an adviser to the Golden State Warriors and a member of the team's executive board.
Jerry West Joins Golden State's Front Office
Jerry West Statue Unveiled Outside Staples CenterJerry West has been immortalized in a bronze statue outside Staples Center, joining likenesses of fellow Los Angeles Lakers greats Magic Johnson and Chick Hearn in Star Plaza.
Jerry West: Lakers Too Old To Be Good For Long Even in retirement, former Los Angeles Lakers guard, coach and GM Jerry West is still regarded as one of the finest talent talent evaluators in the basketball world. When he talks, people listen.