Does Magic Johnson Still Have the Magic Touch? The spotlight will be on him once again, as he and Rob Pelinka will have the task to reshape the Lakers.
After one of the most disappointing seasons in Lakers history, it seems as if the blame is going to land on Luke Walton likely leading to his firing.
The Los Angeles Lakers' unsuccessful attempt at trading for Anthony Davis has caused problems for their young, inexperienced team.
In desperate need of offensive shooting, the L.A. Lakers traded Svi Mykhailiuk to the Pistons Ivica Zubac along with Michael Beasley to the Clippers.
The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors 127-101 without LeBron James on Christmas day. However, their aggression runs out against the Kings.
As the 2018-2019 season develops, LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma's chemistry has been key to positioning the Lakers in the 4th seed of the Western Conference.
The lack of aggressiveness shown by Lonzo Ball in the past five games is hurting the Los Angeles Lakers chances to dominate in the Western Conference.
Luke Walton learned about coaching from Phil Jackson to Warriors coach Steve Kerr. This season he will add his own coaching style for a playoff push.
The Lakers first regular season game came in a 128-119 loss to the Portland Trailblazers that unveiled a cause for concern on defense.
It seems as if Brandon Ingram was forgotten last season, but this lanky, small forward has proven his ability to be a rising star this upcoming season.
Despite all the criticism, Lonzo Ball had a talented first season. His ability to faciliate on offense and ability to defend makes him a potential rising star.
LeBron James is not the only Laker to keep an eye out for. Second year rookie Kyle Kuzma is a rising star with the ability to make his mark in…
The Los Angeles Lakers, lost to the Portland Trail Blazers, 91-73 on Tuesday night in the Summer League Championship finals.
After signing free agent LeBron James, they completed their free agency agenda by adding defensive players: Rondo, McGee, Stephenson, and Caldwell-Pope.
Klutch Sports announces that LeBron James will be signing with the Los Angeles Lakers on a four-year, $153.3 million-dollar.