This isn’t a Summer League mirage, Josh Hart is legit.
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 2h
It’s fun to be a Los Angeles Lakers fan again. Irrespective of the degree of warmth Lakers fans have towards LeBron James, that does not diminish in any way the general assumption that Los Angeles is going to be multi-folds better than they were at any...
by: Josh Martin — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 2h
The Los Angeles Lakers Troll Wars have officially invaded the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, with Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram all taking part.
by: Ejay.Zarett@performgroup.com (E.Jay Zarett) — Sporting News 4h
James reportedly had “zero contact” with Walton prior to signing with Los Angeles.
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports 9h
The 6-foot-8 forward played 73 games last season with the Nets and New Orleans Pelicans, averaging 5.7 points and 4.1 rebounds a night.
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 10h
With most of the big names are off the board during this period of free agency, there seems to be a bit of a grind with players signing deals.
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 11h
Milwaukee let Parker leave for Bulls
by: Motley Fool — Yahoo Sports 11h
It's bouncing back, but still trades down roughly 50% over the last three years.
by: Erik García Gundersen — USA Today: LeBron Wire 12h
JaVale McGee is excited to come back to the city where his mother, Pam, starred to help LeBron James bring glory back to the Lakers.
by: Andres Buenahora — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 13h
With two starting caliber point guards on the roster, the Los Angeles Lakers will have an open competition at the PG position The Los Angeles Lakers have h...
2018 NBA Free Agency Tracker: Paul George, LeBron James no longer available, but plenty of quality players left - CBSSports.com
by: Colin Ward-Henninger — CBS Sports 13h
All the info on the top names still on the market this offseason
by: Meredith Videos — Yahoo Sports 13h
LeBron James showed faith in the young Los Angeles Lakers' roster when he decided to sign with the team. SI discusses whether the players can handle the up and downs that come with playing on a LeBron-led team.