Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is more than just an actor, entrepreneur, social media star, former professional athlete and ex-pillar of the WWE. He also happens to be a pretty great inspira…
by: Dan Woike — Los Angeles Times 11h
Trevor Ariza’s smooth stroke from the right corner was a defensive breakdown for the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals because a good defensive possession doesn’t end with an open Ariza three.
by: Josh Martin — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 24h
Quavo showing up on Instagram wearing the Big Baller Brand’s ZO2 Collection was no accident. Rumor has it that the Migos star’s decision to sport Lonzo Ball’s gear on social media…
by: Bryan Kalbrosky — USA Today: Hoops Hype 19 May
The Los Angeles Lakers may be targeting big man Mitchell Robinson in the NBA Draft, especially if they do not plan to re-sign Brook Lopez.
by: Sports Network — CBS Sports 19 May
The Lakers reportedly prefer to build around their young core but are open to getting better any way possible
by: Caitlyn Holroyd — The Score 19 May
(Warning: Video contains coarse language)Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was one of several high-profile individuals invited to speak to Los Angeles Lakers players this season as part of the team's "Genius Talks" program.Related - The Rock: 'I saw lots of...
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 19 May
Do you really expect Cleveland to play eight quarters of good enough defense to win both games at home?
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 19 May
The Lakers have a nice young core, but they don't have a top-10 NBA player, so their guys should be available for a price.
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 19 May
Lottery makes everyone paranoid
by: Jamie Cooper — Uproxx: Dime Magazine 19 May
Magic Johnson and the Lakers won’t be afraid to make bold moves this offseason to increase their chances of landing big free agents.
by: Josh Martin — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 18 May
The Los Angeles Lakers appear to be keeping all their options open heading into a critical summer—and not just in free agency. According to the Los Angeles Times’ Tania Ganguli, the Purple an…
by: Wael Saghir — The Score 18 May
The Los Angeles Lakers are happy with their young core, but are keeping their options open in case an opportunity to improve arises.No player on the roster - including Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, and Josh Hart - is considered untouchable by...
by: Tania Ganguli — Los Angeles Times 18 May
While the Lakers like their young core and would prefer to keep those players growing together while building around them, the club has told teams none of their players is untouchable in trades, according to multiple sources.