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    Can Kyle Kuzma become LeBron James’ sidekick?

    When the 2018-19 season started, it was thought that Brandon Ingram would be the number two guy behind LeBron James. While Ingram has had a solid season so far, averaging 15.2 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 30.8 minutes per game in 20 appearances, it has been second-year foward Kyle Kuzma who has begun to […] More

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    Will LeBron James win MVP?

    After a slow start to the season, the Los Angeles Lakers are rolling. The Lakers started the season with an 8-7 record, but have since turned things around and have won 14 of their last 17 games. The purple and gold have also won 6 of their last 7 outings –  to improve to 17-10 […] More

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    Lakers expected to be interested in acquiring Carmelo Anthony

    Could two of the top players in the 2003 NBA draft class soon be on the same team? After signing LeBron James to a four-year, $154 million deal, other players are beginning to emerge as potential Los Angeles Lakers players, too. According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Royce Young from ESPN, the Oklahoma City Thunder and […] More

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    Rival teams expect Lakers to trade point guard Lonzo Ball

    The Los Angeles Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball with the second overall pick just over a year ago, with the intention for the L.A. product to be their point guard of the future. And then LeBron James happened. LeBron reportedly wants to play alongside Lonzo, with Ramona Shelburne going as far as to say that The […] More

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    Instead of trade, Lakers “may wait” to sign Kawhi Leonard next summer

    During an appearance on ESPN, NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski revealed the Lakers may be willing to wait for Kawhi Leonard next summer in free agency, as opposed to trading for him now. According to Wojnarowski, the Lakers have yet to make an “overwhelming” offer to the San Antonio Spurs for Leonard, saying the purple and […] More

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    Lakers let Julius Randle become unrestricted free agent, sign Rajon Rondo

    It looks like the last player remaining from Kobe Bryant’s days with the purple and gold is on the way out. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers have renounced Julius Randle’s rights, making him an unrestricted free agent, meaning he can now sign wherever he pleases. The Lakers have renounced Julius Randle, making him […] More

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    Lakers agree to four-year, $154 million deal with LeBron James

    It’s finally happening. The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a four-year, $154 million deal with LeBron James. The announcement came via James’ agency, Klutch Sports Group. The news came less than a day into free agency, and thought it was still expected by many that LeBron would sign with the Lakers, the NBA world was […] More

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    Lakers interested in signing JaVale McGee, Amir Johnson, Lance Stephenson

    The Los Angeles Lakers are making a lot of calls right now. The purple and gold’s search for a center continues as they have been linked to JaVale McGee and Amir Johnson, according to the San Francisco Chronicle and The Lakers have also “registered interest” in guard Lance Stephenson, per Darren Wolfson. #Twolves, Knicks, […] More

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    Lakers linked to restricted free agent Aaron Gordon

    The Los Angeles Lakers are being linked to every name under the sun right now – but that’s a good thing, at least Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka are doing their due diligence. After it being revealed that the Lakers were arranging to meet Houston Rockets big man Clint Capela, the purple and gold have […] More

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    OFFICIAL: Lakers sign rookies Moritz Wagner, Malik Newman

    Well, the Los Angeles Lakers have signed someone. L.A. announced today that they’ve signed rookies Mortiz Wagner and Malik Newman. Wagner, a German power forward from the University of Michigan, was selected by the Lakers with the 25th pick in this year’s draft, while Newman, a 6’3″ guard from Kansas, was inked to a two-way […] More

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