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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Articles tagged: Los Angeles Lakers

Kobe Bryant may play small forward this season

Kobe Bryant is being tested at the small forward position during training camp by Lakers coach Byron Scott. The Lakers’ first training camp runthrough saw Bryant play the wing with D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson in the backcourt, according to the Orange County Register’s Bill Oram. Scott’s reasoning is quite simple. The objective is to…Read More

Report: Kevin Durant leaning toward Lakers if he leaves Thunder

Kevin Durant has gone on the record as saying he would like to spend his entire career with the Oklahoma City Thunder, but is there a chance he could replace one of the greatest players of all time if he decides to leave? On ESPN’s “First Take” Tuesday morning, Stephen A. Smith said that sources…Read More

Metta World Peace working out with Lakers, expected to sign with them

Metta World Peace appears to be on his way back to joining the Lakers. The free agent forward has been working out at the Lakers’ facility this summer. He continued working out with the team’s players this week, and Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that World Peace is expected to sign a one-year deal with the…Read More

Report: Lakers among teams interested in Ty Lawson

The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly among a few teams who are interested in Denver Nuggets guard Ty Lawson, and they may actually be willing to trade for him. Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated reports that Lawson is generating interest on the trade market from the Lakers, Houston Rockets and Detroit Pistons. The Nuggets are…Read More

Lakers had second meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge, apologized for first

LaMarcus Aldridge reportedly left his first free agency meeting with the Los Angeles feeling underwhelmed, but he apparently respects the franchise enough that he was willing to give it another shot. ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reports that Aldridge granted the Lakers’ request for a second meeting on Thursday night, and the team spent the entire 90…Read More

Lakers delete LaMarcus Aldridge tweets per request of other teams

The Los Angeles Lakers called upon their star power to recruit LaMarcus Aldridge as soon as free agency began, and we’re not talking about Kobe Bryant. The Lakers started a social media movement called #LAtoLA in an attempt to flatter the top free agent prize on the market. Part of the campaign involved the photo…Read More

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