The New Orleans Pelicans guard says that LeBron James was his biggest mentor last season with the Los Angeles Lakers.
by: Kenneth Teape — Fansided: Lake Show Life 21 Sep
Former Los Angeles Lakers team president, Magic Johnson, stood by the selection of Lonzo Ball in the 2017 NBA Draft. The Los Angeles Lakers have had an eve...
by: Bryan Toporek — Forbes 20 Sep
Unless Ingram is willing to give the Pelicans a significant discount—along the lines of Caris LeVert's three-year, $52.5 million extension with the Brooklyn Nets—they're better off eschewing the extension for now and letting him become a restricted...
September mailbag, part one: past, present and future saviors, plus invisible P&T writers balling out
by: MMiranda — SB Nation: Posting and Toasting 19 Sep
It’s back-to-school season. Come get learned.
by: Todderick Hunt | thunt@njadvancemedia .com — NJ.com 19 Sep
If anyone knows what LeBron James needs on the court, it's Dwayne Wade, who won two championships alongside James with the Miami Heat.
by: Basketball Insiders — Basketball Insiders 19 Sep
The Detroit Pistons made the post-season last year, but getting back isn't a guarantee. The Pistons have the talent to be a solid team in the East, the question is can they stay healthy enough to make noise? Basketball Insiders takes a look at the...
by: Jacob Rude — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 19 Sep
After rebuilding the New Orleans Pelicans in a span of just months, David Griffin has created a new vibe around the team according to Jrue Holiday.
by: Basketball Insiders — Basketball Insiders 18 Sep
The Sacramento Kings are loaded with young talent ready to break out, but will any of them power the franchise to the postseason or will this be another almost-good season? Basketball Insiders takes a look at the Sacramento Kings in this 2019-20 NBA...
by: Chelsea Howard — Sporting News 18 Sep
Ball had been dealing with an ankle injury, while Ingram had a blood clot in his right arm that cut his season short.
by: Jacob Rude — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 18 Sep
After injuries prematurely ended their season’s last year, Both Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball have been full participants in workouts in recent weeks for the Pelicans.