Lakers Forward Larry Nance Jr. Suffers Sprained Hand During Summer League GameLos Angeles Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr suffered a broken wrist during Thursday night's NBA Summer League game versus the Cavaliers.
WATCH: D'Angelo Russell Hits Game-Winner For Lakers As Time ExpiresD'Angelo Russell hit a buzzer-beating three pointer as time expired to give the Los Angeles Lakers their second straight NBA Summer League victory.
WATCH: Brandon Ingram Shines In Debut; Lakers Win Summer League OpenerThe Lakers top draft pick Brandon Ingram had himself an excellent debut as the team opened up their Summer League season against the Pelicans.
Examining The 7 Most Head-Scratching Moves Of NBA Free AgencyThe NBA's salary cap rose drastically this summer, and some of the resulting free agent deals we have seen so far are real head-scratchers.
Marcelo Huertas Rejoins Lakers With 2-Year AgreementThe Los Angeles Lakers have resigned guard Marcelo Huertas to a two-year deal, sources say.
AP Source: Lakers Get Calderon, 2 Picks From Chicago BullsA person familiar with the negotiations says the Los Angeles Lakers are getting Spanish guard Jose Calderon and two second-round draft picks in a trade with the Chicago Bulls.
Rookie Brandon Ingram Embraces Expectations That Come With Taking Kobe's LockerThe 18-year-old rookie sees the daunting symbolism in literally taking the place of the most prolific scorer in franchise history, and he greets it with a smile.
Lakers' Nick Young Holds Exploding Firework In VideoIt looks like Lakers guard Nick Young hasn't learned much about fireworks safety from New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
Lakers Announce 2016 Summer League RosterThe Los Angeles Lakers announced the team's roster for the 2016 Summer League in Las Vegas.
2016 NBA Free Agency Tracker: Who's Going WhereSee where players are going, and who is still available.
Brian Shaw, Mark Madsen Returning To Lakers Coaching StaffA couple of familiar faces are returning to the Lakers bench next season.
AP: Clarkson Returns To Lakers For 4 Years, $50MJordan Clarkson has agreed to a four-year, $50 million deal to return to the Los Angeles Lakers, a person with knowledge of the details told The Associated Press on Friday.

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