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ESPN’s Malika Andrews Reveals Interim Boston Celtics Head Coach’s Past and Goes After Stephen A. Smith
ESPN’s Malika Andrews stirred up more controversy for the NBA’s Boston Celtics when she brought up the history of the team’s interim head coach from more than 13 years ago. During an on-air NBA Today broadcast last week, the sports world was upended when it was reported...
It’s been two seasons since the LeBron James and Anthony Davis superstar duo led the Los Angeles Lakers to a 2020 NBA Championship. Given how the team has performed since then, it feels much longer, with the Lakers limping into the playoffs in 2021 and missing them altogether in 2022.
The Los Angeles Lakers announced they will host their fourth annual Pride Night in celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month. This event will be taken place on Wednesday, Oct. 12, when the Lakers host the Minnesota Timberwolves at home in Crypto.com Arena. Every fan in attendance for the preseason game will receive a commemorative Lakers pride jersey.
The Los Angeles Lakers are a franchise that is built on superstars, and the latest in that long line is LeBron James, who many consider the greatest to ever play the game. When LeBron first joined the Lakers in 2018, many were unsure just how long he would stay with the franchise.
With Russell Westbrook back with the Los Angeles Lakers for a second season, questions about his fit around LeBron James and Anthony Davis will be prevalent once again. After last season’s struggles, many will be curious to see how new coach Darvin Ham employs the future Hall of Famer.
After the debacle that was the 2021-22 season for the Los Angeles Lakers, there was a ton of pressure on Rob Pelinka and the front office to fix the roster and help turn things around. As such, the Lakers have been involved in a ton of trade rumors throughout the entire offseason.
Lakers Media Day: Russell Westbrook Promises To Give His Best Regardless Of Whether L.A. Wanted To Trade Him
After a tumultuous summer, Russell Westbrook still donned purple and gold when the Los Angeles Lakers gathered for Media Day on Monday. The Lakers were widely reported to discuss a Westbrook trade with a number of teams despite new head coach Darvin Ham’s claims that he was looking forward to working with the 2017 NBA MVP. Westbrook himself kept quiet for the majority of the offseason, eventually assuring the Lakers faithful right before Media Day that he is “all-in” on helping L.A. win games in 2022-23.
Lakers Media Day: LeBron James Thinks Russell Westbrook Can ‘Absolutely’ Have Successful Season In L.A.
Russell Westbrook will seemingly start the 2022-23 season with the Los Angeles Lakers despite the team’s efforts — reportedly driven by LeBron James — to trade him in the summer. James is understood to have pressured the Lakers to trade Westbrook for Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving...
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Lakers News: Kendrick Nunn Went Through First Day Of Training-Camp ‘Pain-Free’ & Is Feeling Better Than Before Injury
Kendrick Nunn is edging closer to making his Los Angeles Lakers debut over a year after joining the team in free agency. Nunn missed the entire 2021-22 season with a bone bruise in his knee despite initial reports claiming the former Miami Heat guard would only be out for three weeks due to the injury. The 27-year-old’s training activity ramp-up was reportedly slowly than anticipated even earlier in the summer.
While the Los Angeles Lakers didn’t get the premier point guard they had been linked to all summer long, they still made a trade for one who brings everything the team needs in Patrick Beverley. Long hated by many Lakers fans during his time with the L.A. Clippers, Beverley is known for his defensive intensity while also being a positive 3-point shooter.