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The Los Angeles Lakers plan to be major players in free agency this summer with enough cap space for a max contract and the lure of playing alongside LeBron James. However, after a season that has to be considered disappointing after missing the playoffs for the sixth straight season, the Lakers may not be the


The Los Angeles Lakers’ season isn’t over but the vultures are already circling head coach Luke Walton. With most expecting that the team will part ways with the coach at the conclusion of what has been a disappointing season, names are already beginning to emerge about who might replace him at the helm. On this


The Los Angeles Lakers hoped to pull off a trade for Anthony Davis at the trade deadline but were unable to reach a deal with a New Orleans Pelicans front office that some, including Magic Johnson, feel didn’t negotiate in good faith. The Pelicans clearly weren’t thrilled with the timing of Davis’ trade demand and


With the trade deadline drawing near it appears that the Los Angeles Lakers have pulled the trigger on a trade, just not the big Anthony Davis trade that people have been expecting. Instead, the Lakers are shipping out rookie Svi Mykhailiuk and a second round pick to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Reggie Bullock.


The Los Angeles Lakers are still hoping to work out a deal for New Orleans Pelicans superstar Anthony Davis before the trade deadline on Thursday but it’s going to cost them quite a bit to get it done. According to a recent report from Tania Ganguli and Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times, the


The Los Angeles Lakers are hoping to acquire a second star to play alongside LeBron James and have their sights set on New Orleans Pelicans big man Anthony Davis. However, conflicting reports have been released about just what the Lakers are willing to part with in a trade, causing some to claim that Los Angeles


After landing LeBron James this past summer the Lakers filled out their roster around him by adding an eccentric mix of players, including Rajon Rondo, JaVale McGee, Lance Stephenson, and Michael Beasley. Now, they could be on the verge of bringing in yet another character in forward Carmelo Anthony. On this episode of the Lakers