Kawhi Leonard, Popovich Meet In San Diego; Future Still MurkyAccording to several reports, Leonard wants to play in Los Angeles and is asking the Spurs for a trade to either the Lakers or Clippers.
Lakers' Kyle Kuzma Named To All-Rookie Team; Lonzo Ball Makes Second TeamThe antics of Lonzo Ball's family may grab the headlines, but it's Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma who nabbed a spot on the NBA All-Rookie first team.
Hart's 30 Points Lead Lakers Past Clippers, 115-100, To End SeasonLonzo Ball ended his rookie season on the bench, having missed the final eight games with a left-knee contusion.
Cinderella Story: 32-Year-Old Rookie Electrifies In Lakers, NBA DebutAndre Ingram spent 10 years toiling in the G League before finally getting his NBA shot.
Jazz Beat Lakers 112-97 To Clinch Playoff SpotDonovan Mitchell scored 28 points to help the Utah Jazz clinch a playoff berth with a 112-97 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.
Staples Center Unveils Statue Of Lakers Legend Elgin BaylorBaylor's statue became the sixth that decorates the front of Staples Center.
Butler's Return Helps Timberwolves Slide Past Lakers, 113-96Julius Randle scored 20 points and added 10 rebounds for the Lakers, who have lost nine of their last 13.
Kuzma Scores 30 As Lakers Beat Spurs In OTChanning Frye scored 19 points off the bench to help the Lakers break their three-game losing streak.
Bledsoe Scores 39 As Bucks Beat Lakers In OTKentavious Caldwell-Pope was ejected late in the second quarter after vociferously arguing a non-call.
Randle Leads Lakers With Double-Double In 103-93 Victory Over MavericksLonzo Ball had eight points, five rebounds and four assists before leaving late in the third quarter.
Jackson Leads Pistons Past Lakers 112-106Reggie Jackson scored 20 points, Reggie Bullock had 16 and the Detroit Pistons beat the Los Angeles Lakers 112-106 on Monday night.
Lakers Surge In Fourth Quarter To Beat Grizzlies, 100-93Los Angeles took the lead with an 11-2 run in the fourth, as Kyle Kuzma scored seven straight points. The rally helped the Lakers take an 84-79 lead, and Memphis would never get the lead back.