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NBA: Los Angeles Lakers Back Out Of Anthony Davis Trade Talks

With the NBA trade deadline now two days away one of the biggest targets in Anthony Davis may be off the market. After a week of attempting to make a trade for the New Orleans Pelicans franchise player the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly walking away from talks according to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times. According to the report the Lakers cite the asking price of the Pelicans
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LeBron James: Forever The King, LBJ Returns To The Land As A Laker

Tonight, as the freeways and airports fill up with people heading home, the one everyone is taking about is LeBron James, heading home to Northeast, Ohio, Tonight’s matchup of the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers marks LeBron’s first trip back to Quicken Loans Arena since ending his second tenure with the Cavs, and becoming a member of the Lakers. But what is a Cav fan to do? We all
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LeBron James: Is The King About To Bring A Showtime Reboot To Hollywood?

“Magic to Worthy, Worthy Back to Magic, Magic No Look Pass to Byron Scott! SLAM DUNK”! Sound familiar? The priceless call of Chick Hearn. The “Showtime” Lakers were the beast of the 80’s. Five NBA Titles to be exact. They were the “Box Office” show in the league. Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal shortly after brought Tinsel Town back to greatness with three more titles in the early 2000’s. You
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Los Angeles Lakers: 3 Goals for Brandon Ingram in 2017-18

Brandon Ingram was drafted with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers and showed major signs of development throughout his rookie season. He did enough to make Magic Johnson view him as "untouchable" in trade talks this offseason, as the Lakers look to build with him as a major cornerstone for their franchise. At just 20 years of age, Ingram already looks
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Los Angeles Lakers Will Get Their Money’s Worth With Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

It didn't take long for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to find a new team. After the Detroit Pistons had renounced his restricted free agent status, Caldwell-Pope signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. It's a move that might pay off well for the 24-year-old, as he's now the team's best scoring option. With Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and others still getting their feet wet in L.A., Caldwell-Pope might evolve into
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Why 2018 Could Be The Year of the Los Angeles Lakers

It's July 1st, 2018, that's not a typo, and NBA Free Agency is already booming. After the Golden State Warriors won their third title in four years against the Cleveland Cavaliers, other teams look to improve and take down the dominant super team. Early in that morning, the Los Angeles Lakers make the biggest three transactions potentially in NBA history. While the contracts are not long in years, but they
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LaVar Ball: How The Los Angeles Lakers Made Him Look Like A Marketing Genius

After months of non-stop talk and seemingly endless hype. It happened. Lonzo Ball was selected by his hometown Los Angeles Lakers as the second overall pick in last night’s 2017 NBA Draft. Just as LaVar Ball prophesied. After comparing his own son to the league’s first-ever unanimous MVP in Steph Curry, the undisputed G.O.A.T. in Michael Jordan, LaVar pulled his greatest stroke of marketing genius magic—like that pun, eh!--in doubling
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Lakers Trade D’Angelo Russell, Timofey Mozgov to Brooklyn Nets for Brook Lopez, No. 27 Pick

With 48 hours to go until the kick-off of the 2017 NBA Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets have sent shock waves throughout the league. On Tuesday night, the Lakers agreed to send D'Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov to the Nets in exchange for Brook Lopez and the number 27 overall pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports and The Vertical reported. The Los Angeles Lakers have created a
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Los Angeles Lakers: Four Reasons to trade the Number Two Pick

The Los Angeles Lakers hold the number two pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. There has been some talk about them taking the UCLA Point Guard, Lonzo Ball. However, I could see this not happening. The Lakers would be better off trading the pick. Here are four reasons why. More pressing needs The Los Angeles Lakers have more pressing needs than making a big splash in the 2017 NBA Draft.