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    Jeanie Buss: A Profile

    Jeanie Buss inherited ownership of the LA Lakers Franchise when her father, the great Jerry Buss, passed away. Recently, Buss recounted an incident when Kobe Bryant used her as an example of powerful, female leadership with his daughter Gianna. He used Buss as a model for his daughter that women could hold as much power […] More

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    Clippers versus Lakers – the best rivalry ever?

    There are other rivalries, even within the Western Conference. For instance, there is a budding skirmish between Oklahoma City and Memphis that is certainly interesting pundits. But, the thing is, one is based in Oklahoma City and the other Memphis – so it will never compare to the rivalry of two teams fighting for supremacy […] More

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    The 6 best games of the 2019 – 2020 season

    Even though with the Lakers you can always expect some nerve-jangling moments, no one can deny that the season-to-date has been amazing so far. There have been some emotional ups and downs – noted for the death of Kobe Bryant and topped off by the stoppage due to the pandemic.  However, this season will also […] More

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    Magic Johnson and his reign as president

    There is something intriguing about the life and times of Magic Johnson. As a player, coach and then President of Basketball, nothing is ever quiet and simple when he is around. Rather than focus on his brief time as the coach for the Lakers, which we can unpick a different time, let’s look at the […] More

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    Five things to know about Frank Vogel

    For six consecutive seasons, the Lakers have missed on the play-offs. Adding LeBron James in the summer didn’t bring the golden touch. Even he couldn’t break this depressing streak for one of the games most iconic teams. It is, therefore, not surprising that the franchise is inviting in a new head coach, as they parted […] More

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    Will Goran Dragic resolve the Lakers woes?

    The halt to the NBA season due to the coronavirus is about to come to an end. We can’t wait for the play to resume but secondary playmaking is a significant issue for the Lakers and needs a solution sooner or later. Could Goran Dragic be the solution to this problem during Free Agency 2020?  […] 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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