This was expected, but come training camp Ball is going to have to earn his starting spot.
by: Noam Bernstein — Clutchpoints 2h
The Los Angeles Lakers have added another piece to their backcourt by signing guard Joel Berry II out of UNC. Even though there was a slim chance that he could have been picked in the second round, Berry went undrafted in April. Further hurting his...
by: Jason McIntyre — The Big Lead 2h
The Spurs got hoodwinked.
Jabari Parker defends Derrick Rose's legacy in introductory press conference: 'A legend, no matter what'
by: Mark Strotman — NBC Sports Chicago 3h
Jabari Parker came to the defense of Derrick Rose during his introductory press conference on Wednesday, saying that despite his injuries Rose "is a legend, no matter what."
by: jacobrude — Lakers Outsiders 3h
With the San Antonio Spurs officially trading Kawhi Leonard to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, the Leonard-Lakers saga will likely be placed on hold for the most part until next summer, akin to t…
by: Dan Duangdao — Lakers Nation 4h
Los Angeles Lakers sign former North Carolina Tar Heels guard Joel Berry II, who went undrafted at 2018 NBA Draft.
by: Mark Whicker — LA Daily News 5h
The Spurs trade Leonard to Toronto for what likely will be an interim, and expensive, year. This will make it easier for the Lakers to trade for Leonard during the winter or simply wait until he be…
by: NBC Sports Washington — Yahoo Sports 7h
Kawhi Leonard going to the Raptors is a lot better than the alternative, if you're viewing it from a Wizards perspective.
by: Elliott Teaford — Orange Country Register 7h
Coach Luke Walton has a deeper, more experienced and far more talented roster for next season. He has more options after the team’s roster upgrades.
by: DAN WOIKE Los Angeles Times — Sun Herald 8h
Here they are again, the Lakers, the object of an NBA All-Star's desires. The player has made his plans known.
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 9h
The Raptors won this trade.
by: Dan Woike — Los Angeles Times 10h
All-Star Kawhi Leonard tried to pressure his team to trade him to the Lakers, just as Paul George had tried last year. And, like George, Leonard failed. He was dealt to Toronto on Wednesday. But this time it doesn't mean he won't be playing in Los...