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The Lakers must pull the plug on Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson

The Lakers must pull the plug on Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson
Follow @planetasha The Los Angeles Lakers are in the midst of organizational chaos and they need to start fresh to recover. A lot of talk has been circling the Lakers’ organization surrounding the future of players like Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson. L.A. would reportedly ‘love’ to trade the forward and guard by the February deadline and that’s exactly what... Read More

Julius Randle is dominating the Drew League and looks poised for a breakout year

Julius Randle is dominating the Drew League and looks poised for a breakout year
Follow @planetasha Julius Randle has kept busy this offseason getting into great shape. Now he’s showing off his new level of fitness by dominating the Drew League, and is headed for a breakout season with the Los Angeles Lakers. Julius Randle’s offseason transformation has been well documented. He went from having an average build to being just as ripped as... Read More

The Lakers Continue To Impress Behind Luke Walton

The Lakers Continue To Impress Behind Luke Walton
Via Lakerfanatics The new-look Lakers continue to impress as a growing team under head coach Luke Walton. Walton, 36, is the NBA’s youngest head coach and is only three years removed from being a player himself. His youth and short time away from playing the game make it easy for his players to relate to him. Yes, Walton brought over... Read More

The Los Angeles Lakers Are Already Good

The Los Angeles Lakers Are Already Good
Via: Lakerfanatics The Los Angeles Lakers are coming off of their worst season in franchise history. They won just 17 games and the young crop of talent on the roster had to play in Kobe Bryant’s shadow as a part of the Mamba’s farewell tour. Now as an avid Laker lover and Kobe fanatic, I can’t say I minded that... Read More

Lakers Rout Warriors, Move To 2-0 At Home

Lakers Rout Warriors, Move To 2-0 At Home
  Original Source: Lakerfanatics It really happened, again. The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors at home and this time it was a blowout. Final score, 117-97. The Lakers were in control of the game from start to finish and everyone chipped in to the 20-point victory. My takeaway from the big win—the Lakers love playing the Dubs, as... Read More

The Lakers’ No.2 Pick Hasn’t Looked The Part And Three Reasons Why They Don’t Mind

The Lakers’ No.2 Pick Hasn’t Looked The Part And Three Reasons Why They Don’t Mind
Brandon Ingram scored his first points as a Los Angeles Laker in a preseason home game against the Denver Nuggets Friday night. His point total, just six. In Sunday’s rematch against the Nuggets in Denver, the no.2 overall pick notched in two points on 1-for-2 shooting to go with two rebounds.  The number of points Ingram scored against Denver isn’t important, he... Read More

Budding Chemistry From The Lakers’ Young Stars Means A Bright Future For The Purple And Gold

Budding Chemistry From The Lakers’ Young Stars Means A Bright Future For The Purple And Gold
Jordan Clarkson, D’Angelo Russell and Julius Randle have been spending some quality time together on and off the court this summer which is a great sight to see for Laker fans. While Clarkson has been working hard all offseason trying to get better, Randle, Russell and Brandon Ingram have all been working on their game with the USA Select Team... Read More

Larry Nance Jr. is an Underappreciated Member of the Lakers’ Young Core

Larry Nance Jr. is an Underappreciated Member of the Lakers’ Young Core
Via AllinOne Sports With the Los Angeles Lakers’ tremendous young core of D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, Julius Randle, and now Brandon Ingram and Ivica Zubac, it is easy to overlook Larry Nance Jr. A surprise first round pick out of Wyoming at number 27 overall in last year’s NBA draft, Nance was widely thought of as a player with very limited upside... Read More

Lakers Sign Luol Deng: Good Move?

Lakers Sign Luol Deng: Good Move?
Via AllinOne Sports After being rebuffed by many of the top-tier free agents on the market this offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers once again turned to the second and third tier of players with the signing of Luol Deng on a 4 year, $72 million contract. Over the course of his career, Deng has been well known for his stifling defense... Read More

Analyzing the Lakers’ Questionable Signing of Timofey Mozgov

Analyzing the Lakers’ Questionable Signing of Timofey Mozgov
Via AllinOne Sports The Lakers’ first signing of free agency was one that not many saw coming: inking former Cleveland Cavaliers’ center Timofey Mozgov to a four-year, $64 contract. After rumors that the team was planning to go hard after All-Star caliber big men such as Al Horford and Hassan Whiteside, the news of Mozgov’s signing was incredibly underwhelming. Mozgov... Read More