On Saturday, August 6, Swish Cultures posted a video of Los Angeles Lakers superstar Russell Westbrook dunking. Westbrook has also played for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards in addition to the Lakers.
On Saturday night, Los Angeles Lakers star Russell Westbrook sent out a tweet. The nine-time NBA All-Star has also played for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith sent out a tweet to Los Angeles Lakers star Russell Westbrook.
One insider notes that the Lakers might have an internal deadline to deal Russell Westbrook before training camp.
Colin Cowherd Says The Lakers Think Russell Westbrook Is Too Toxic And Want Him Out Of The Franchise
Russell Westbrook remains a hot topic around the NBA after a tumultuous 2021/22 season, his first with the Los Angeles Lakers. Right now, other than Darvin Ham, nobody wants Westbrook on the Lakers, and the team is reportedly looking for ways to part with the player, but nothing has happened so far.
The New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz discussed an interesting three-team trade in recent weeks, according to a report. On Friday, Michael Scott published an informative column for HoopsHype. In the column, Scotto shared details on the discussed trade, which would have sent Russell Westbrook to Utah and Donovan Mitchell to the Knicks.
With the dog days of August upon us, NBA executives and several free agents are awaiting a blockbuster trade domino to fall with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Donovan Mitchell, and Russell Westbrook as potential candidates to be moved. Several notable names remain on the free agent market, including Collin Sexton,...
Lakers coach Darvin Ham reportedly will have the power to bench or remove Russell Westbrook from starting lineup
Former NBA player Darvin Ham has a ton of new responsibilities as a first-time head coach. Not only is he coaching a legendary franchise in the Los Angeles Lakers, but he'll have to juggle the expectations of LA along with the egos and star power of several key players on his team.
Los Angeles Lakers reportedly discussed 3 team trade with New York Knicks involving Russell Westbrook
The Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, and Utah Jazz reportedly spoke about a massive blockbuster deal that would have
The Los Angeles Lakers are waiting patiently for a pathway that would allow them to trade for Kyrie Irving. Of course, that won’t happen unless they find a third team willing to take on Russell Westbrook’s albatross of a contract. While the Irving buzz has died down, Michael...
When it comes to Russell Westbrook, much of the discussion about his trade partners has been focused on the Brooklyn Nets and Indiana Pacers. One other interesting scenario that previously existed in theory was a deal with the now-tanking Utah Jazz. That theory may have been a reality, or at...
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It was well documented that Russell Westbrook struggled with the Lakers last season. It played a large role — along with injuries and a poorly constructed roster — in the Lakers missing the playoffs, and it's a big reason why the team is working to acquire Kyrie Irving before the start of the season.
There has been little news on trade discussions involving Donovan Mitchell lately. It’s been nearly a month since The Athletic reported the Utah Jazz and New York Knicks were engaged in discussions that would involve trading the Jazz’s All-Star guard to the Knicks, though last week, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported those talks had “stalled out.”
The Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, and Utah Jazz engaged in trade talks centering around All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell heading to New York, according to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype. The proposed three-team trade scenario included Westbrook going to Utah and getting bought out. Utah would send Donovan Mitchell to...
The Jazz are inching closer to tank mode if these rumors are true.
Report: Jazz, Knicks, Lakers discussed three-team trade surrounding Donovan Mitchell, Russell Westbrook
Things have been awfully quite on the NBA trade front in recent days, with superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving somehow, after all the rumors, still employed by the Brooklyn Nets. The overload of chatter surrounding "KD" and "Uncle Drew" has dominated many of the headlines, but big names like Donovan Mitchell and Russell Westbrook also still haven't been moved from their current teams yet.
Now, to the second question, there will come a time in which the Lakers have to decide if they’re willing to continue to play hardball and risk missing their window to trade Russell Westbrook. There is a sense among some that training camp is a soft deadline to move Westbrook. If he’s on the roster in late September, there will be a massive off-court distraction, with the media asking about his future, his relationship with James and the organization, Ham’s vision of his role and responsibilities.