Lakers Extend Qualifying Offers To Jordan Clarkson, Tarik Black & Marcelo HuertasThe Los Angeles Lakers have extended qualifying offers to guards Jordan Clarkson and Marcelo Huertas, and forward Tarik Black.
5 Players The Lakers Should Target In Free AgencyWho should the Lakers look to target this offseason? Here are five potential names ahead of the free agency period to keep an eye on.
Lakers Select Duke Forward Brandon Ingram With No. 2 Draft PickThe 6-foot-9 Ingram spent one season at Duke, averaging 17.3 points and 6.8 rebounds as an immediate star for the Blue Devils.
Luke Walton Finally Reports To Lakers, Sees Bright FutureLuke Walton realizes he is reporting to his dream job a little late.
WATCH: Metta World Peace Adamantly Says The NBA Is Not RiggedMetta World Peace is not buying any of the "NBA is rigged" theories after Ayesha Curry sparked controversy with this tweet following the Warriors Game 6 loss.
The 7 Best Individual NBA Finals Performances In HistoryThe day after LeBron James put on a show during Game 6 of the 2016 NBA Finals, we take a look at the best NBA Finals performances of all-time.
Magic Johnson Asks Lakers To Remove Honorary VP TitleAt Magic Johnson's request, the Los Angeles Lakers have eliminated his honorary title of vice president and removed his name from the staff directory.
Vanessa Bryant Helps Young Crying Fan Meet Kobe BryantIf you want your dreams to come true, just start crying and have it posted on social media.
Lakers' D'Angelo Russell, Julius Randle To Join US Olympic Select TeamThe Los Angeles Lakers' two young superstars D'Angelo Russell and Julius Randle have been chosen for the 2016 USA Men's Select Team.
Jeanie Buss Shuts Down Rumors Of A Phil Jackson Lakers ReunionLakers president and co-owner Jeanie Buss said on a radio show on Monday that Phil Jackson is very "committed" to the New York Knicks and will not be coming to the Los Angeles Lakers anytime soon.
Lakers Close To Deal With Brian Shaw For Lead Assistant Coaching JobThe Los Angeles Lakers are nearing a deal with Brian Shaw to become the team's lead assistant coach.
Dwight Howard Opens Up About His Time With Lakers It's probably safe to say that Dwight Howard's time in L.A. was not long-lived and filled with wonderful memories.

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