The Lakers have completed a deal to buy a five-acre El Segundo, Calif., property worth $80 million that, among other things, will house a new, independently-owned practice facility, the team announced Friday.
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The basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest got an unceremonious exit from the Italian league's playoffs.
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Jared Dudley says Kobe Bryant's refusal to defer to his Lakers teammates this late in his career is a reason players don't want to play alongside him.
Bucks swingman Jared Dudley said Kobe Bryant's shoot-first ways are keeping stars away from the Lakers, and this is hurting L.A.'s rebuilding efforts.
The Lakers kicked off what's expected to be a weeks-long evaluation process ahead of the June 25 NBA draft.
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Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak sees similarities between rookie guard Jordan Clarkson and the Thunder's Russell Westbrook.
Drafting the big man the Timberwolves leave behind is far from the only course of action the Lakers can take with the second pick in the draft.
Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said star guard Kobe Bryant has told the GM that the upcoming season will be Bryant's last with the Lakers.
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By jumping up to the No. 2 pick, Los Angeles has a chance to potentially solidify its frontcourt for years to come.
Center Jahlil Okafor doesn't seem to mind where he goes in the NBA draft as long as it's to a team that he feels is the right fit.
Finally, after two of the worst seasons in Lakers history, something bounced their way: four pingpong balls that delivered the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft.
Kobe Bryant had the most eye-opening response to the NBA's draft lottery on Tuesday night.