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New Lakers Head Coach Luke Walton Due To Make $25M Through Five Years


Luke Walton was just named as the new Los Angeles Lakers head coach and reports say the contract is at $25 million over five years. Luke Walton’s contract to coach ... Read More »

Bill Walton’s Advice To Son Luke: Do Not Leave Warriors


The Los Angeles Lakers have already fired the worst coach in franchise history, Byron Scott, and front office hopes it won’t be a long, grinding search again. Several names continue ... Read More »

Kobe Bryant Scores 60, Leads Lakers To Comeback Win In Farewell Game


60 points. 50 shots. One more win. One more show to put on. Playing in the last game of his 20-year career, Kobe Bryant treated a sold-out Staples Center crowd one final ... Read More »

Byron Scott’s Coaching Record Hits An All-Time Low


Byron Scott celebrated his 55th birthday Monday but the Los Angeles Lakers’ 48-point loss to the Utah Jazz is anything but happy. What’s more, it pushed Scott’s coaching record to ... Read More »

Gilbert Arenas Plays Detective, Gives Take On Nick Young/Jordan Clarkson Sexual Harassment Accusation

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Gilbert Arenas says what he wants to say, even admitting about the guns he brought to the locker room, the credit card fraud he commits regularly and now his take ... Read More »

Phil Jackson Shares His Favorite Kobe Story


Kobe stories, like Bigfoot and Yet sightings, will never go out. Especially if the one telling them is Phil Jackson, then it’s worth every bit of our listening time. Via ... Read More »

Lakers Sign Yitzi Teichman, Kid With Brain Cancer, To 1-Day Contract


The Los Angeles Lakers granted a kid’s wish when they signed him to a one-day contract just before the game against the Charlotte Hornets. The kid’s name is Yitzi Teichman, ... Read More »

Kobe Bryant Is Annoyed, Doesn’t Want Roy Hibbert Touching Him


We all know Kobe Bryant couldn’t play anymore, but that doesn’t mean his teammates should follow suit. Bryant expressed his frustration so blatantly, particularly on center Roy Hibbert, after the first ... Read More »

Larry Nance, Jr. Counts Himself Out Of ’16 Dunk Contest


Larry Nance Sr. was an NBA Slam Dunk champion so it would only be natural that his equally athletic son would want to follow his footsteps. That could still be ... Read More »

Charlie Villanueva On Kobe’s 81-Point Game: It Was Part Of Our Game Plan


Kobe Bryant and his 81 points will be in basketball annals forever, that as much is true. If you’re a true fan of the game (and not necessarily of Bryant), ... Read More »