• Lakers Have To Get The Next Hire Right
  • Is Jim Buss Running Out Of Time?
  • Scott Out As Head Coach
  • Big Summer For The Front Office
  • Kobe passes Jordan in scoring. What is the significance?
Luke Walton is at the top coaching candidate right now but can the Lakers pull him in for the job?

Lakers Have To Get The Next Hire Right

  The Lakers head coaching job is once again open. Monday night Los Angeles relieved Byron Scott of his head coaching duties after posting the worst record in franchise history twice. While some will say Byron was dealt an unfair hand due to the construction of the roster as well as managing the Kobe Bryant farewell tour, his out of touch way of developing the younger players as well as…

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Is Jim Buss Running Out Of Time?

  With the recent firing of Byron Scott, the Lakers must now focus their attention on a new coach and getting the team better. Basketball operations decisions go through Jim Buss and the Lakers haven’t been up to standards ever since he has taken over. Buss has given himself a time-table to get the Lakers into contention and time could be running out soon. The firing of Scott is probably…


Scott Out As Head Coach

Byron Scott was fired yesterday according to Adrian Worjnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The Lakers coach had a combined record of 38-126 in his two-year tenure in Los Angeles. They were also the worse two seasons in franchise history.  It was probably only a matter of time that the front office maybe looking in a new direction. Did Scott get a fair shake in L.A.? In our previous article (read here),…

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Big Summer For The Front Office

With the departure of Kobe Bryant, the real work begins for the Lakers front office. For the first time in a long time the team is without a superstar. Things might change if the Lakers can lure a big free agent or two in the off-season. The Lakers finished with their worse season in franchise history with just 17 wins. The season before that, the team mustered up 21 wins….


Bright Future For Randle

The Lakers 7th pick has high expectations. Randle is the Lakers highest top 10 lottery pick since James Worthy in 1982, who was selected number one overall. Randle didn’t play in the teams first summer league game, and didn’t know if he would play in the tournament. Randle didn’t sign his contract until hours before the second summer league game. After watching this 19 year old play, Laker fans have…

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Kobe passes Jordan in scoring. What is the significance?

With 32,293 points, Kobe Bryant surpassed Jordan for 3rd on the all-time scoring list. That achievement in itself is amazing. Yes, it did take Kobe longer to achieve this goal, but Kobe wasn’t even supposed to be at this point. How is that you ask? Well, after a devastating torn Achilles injury that would end or even slow down a players’ career, Kobe has been playing like the Kobe of…