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.
Kobe Bryant Might Be The Greatest Laker EverKobe played at an obscene level for 18 of his 20 years. The 18-time NBA All-Star scored more points than almost anyone. Need more proof?
Staples Center Gets Ready For Kobe Bryant's Final GameThey're even calling Wednesday "Mamba Day," after Kobe Bryant's nickname.
Durant Leads Thunder Past Lakers In Bryant's Final Road GameBryant looked vintage in the first quarter with 13 points, but he went scoreless the rest of the way.
Clippers Beat Lakers, 91-81, In Bryant's Next-To-Last Home GameBryant scored 17 points for the Lakers, who have a three-game road trip before the third-leading scorer in league history wraps up his 20-year career next Wednesday at home against the Utah Jazz.
Lakers Lose, 103-81, To Clippers As VisitorsBryant scored six points on 2-of-12 shooting after a 34-point performance in a loss to Boston on Sunday.
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.
Randle Hits Big Shot In Lakers' 102-100 OT Victory Over HeatJordan Clarkson scored six of his 26 points in overtime for the Lakers, who snapped a four-game skid with just their 16th win of the season.
Jazz Hand Bryant Worst Loss Ever, 123-75, In Last Visit To UtahThe Jazz had their biggest offensive night of the season and remained in the No. 7 slot in the Western Conference playoff race, one game ahead of the Houston Rockets.
Bryant Scores 17 In Phoenix Finale, But Lakers Lose AgainBryant played for the 47th and final time in Phoenix, capping his career finale in the desert with a pair of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter.
Lakers Hold Off Grizzlies, 107-100, To Snap 4-Game SkidBryant scored 12 points in the third quarter, but the superstar sat out the final 4:20.

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