• Ingram And Zubac Go Hollywood
  • Lakers Reportedly Will Draft Brandon Ingram
  • Something Brewing By Draft Day?
  • How The Lakers Will Look Like Post-Kobe Era
  • Best Fit Right Now?: Brandon Ingram Draft Profile
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Ingram And Zubac Go Hollywood

  It came to no surprise that the Lakers would take Brandon Ingram with the 2nd pick overall in the 2016 NBA Draft. After the Sixers took Ben Simmons, the Lakers made the call and Ingram officially became a Los Angeles Laker. A majority of fans were ecstatic about he pick and so they should. Ingram can potentially be a big piece the Lakers desperately needed in order to build a…

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Lakers Reportedly Will Draft Brandon Ingram

  It looks like the Lakers have their draft choice for tomorrow night. Ever since the Lakers found out that they would be selecting at #2 overall, there’s been speculation on who the team could take at that position. This morning ESPN NBA Insider Chad Ford, tweeted that the Lakers will indeed take Brandon Ingram with their pick in tomorrow’s draft. Barring a last minute blockbuster trade offer, the Lakers…

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Something Brewing By Draft Day?

  With the 2016 NBA Draft fast approaching Thursday night, the Lakers are set to pick at the number two slot right behind the Sixers who are projected to take Ben Simmons number one overall. Nothing is set in stone, but most experts are picking Simmons at the one slot, while the Lakers will end up picking Brandon Ingram from Duke. The Lakers worked out Ingram as well as some…

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How The Lakers Will Look Like Post-Kobe Era

When the 2016-2017 season begins for the Los Angeles Lakers, they’ll be missing a player who left his amazing 20 year mark on the franchise. That player of course is none other than Kobe Bryant. The post-Kobe era will officially begin and the Lakers will certainly look very different. We all know that the young core will be the focal point with players D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, Julius Randle, Larry Nance…

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Best Fit Right Now?: Brandon Ingram Draft Profile

   Last week we took a look at Ben Simmons, A player with the potential to be an elite player. As we continue the draft profiles, this week we take a look at a Small Forward out of Duke who could be the most complete player in this draft.   Brandon Ingram Age: 18 Position: SF Height: 6’8 Weight: 196lb Stats w/ Duke:  36 GP, 34.4 MPG, 17.3 PPG, 6.8…

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Prospects For The Lakers 32nd Pick

  Last week the Lakers found out that they would have the 2nd overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. The two main attractions are of course, Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram. But the Lakers also hold the 32nd pick overall and they have a lot of work to do in making their selection at that slot. There are many prospects and most likely the Lakers will hold a lot…

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Brian Shaw and the Lakers are close to a deal that would make him Luke Walton's lead assistant.

Brian Shaw Close To A Deal to Join Luke Walton’s Staff

Things are coming around at full circle right now. Many have wondered about what the Lakers coaching staff would look like with the hire of Luke Walton, Well it looks like we have an answer and a VERY familiar name as well. According to Brad Turner of the L.A. Times, Brian Shaw and the Lakers are close to a deal that would make him Luke Walton’s lead assistant coach. Brian…

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Nov 16, 2015; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers forward Ben Simmons (25) slam dunks against the Kennesaw State Owls during the first half of a game at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Next Elite Player? Ben Simmons Draft Profile

The Lakers get to keep their draft pick! Los Angeles had the luck of the draw in their favor (Well Kinda) and landed the number two pick in this year’s draft. Also to their luck the whole draft lottery was predictable as the Sixers took the number 1 overall pick and the Celtics got the number 3 pick (They had the Nets 1st round pick). Now that the Lakers have…

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2nd Place Isn’t So Bad After All

Laker fans from all over were holding their collective breath as the Lakers were awaiting their fate during last night’s NBA draft lottery. The Lakers would either keep their top three pick, or they would lose it to Philadelphia if they fell out of the top three. As NBA deputy commissioner Mark Tatum kept calling out the draft picks and which teams they were headed to, there was a lot of…

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