Lonzo Ball to the Lakers? It can definitely work

Lonzo Ball is a special player.  There’s no doubt about it. The stuff Lonzo Ball does on the court helps teams win basketball games, and any team would surely welcome his talents to their team.  With the UCLA point guard, projected to go top 3 in the NBA Draft, there are only a handful of

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Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Tank You Very Much

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. This week’s edition features inquiries about the Lakers’ future and their newly minted front office. The week’s participants are… Ralph Cortes (@_RLoading) B.J. Boyer (@wcboyer24) DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) 1. How confident are you in

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Ivica Zubac: Another gem for the Lakers

Ivica Zubac was probably not a name heard much. The center out of Croatia was a good international prospect, even listed on some mock drafts going in the mid first round. Even then, no one knew much about his game. Most international prospects picked in the first-round, however, tend to play overseas for a couple of

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Lakers Nation: Time to start the tank engines

The Lakers started the season as early surprises of the NBA. They started the season playing decent basketball which had them looking ready for a playoff run. The Lakers were balling. Not until a couple of injuries, however — that and the fact that they’re a bunch of young guys playing together for the first time.

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Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Can the Lakers turn things around?

Hello, Happy New Year from Lakers Lair and welcome to another edition of Three-Man Weave. Three-Man Weave is a subjective, Lakers-related column where our resident L.A. fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. The first edition followed a Christmas theme, and this week’s article will inquire about the Lakers’ recent struggles and if they

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Kobe Bryant and his Influence on the NBA

Kobe Bryant retired from the game of basketball as an all-time great. There are many reasons why someone might call the Black Mamba an all-time great. Maybe it’s because of his knack for scoring the basketball, or because of his fundamentally sound offensive game. Maybe it’s even because of his lockdown defensive abilities. Being an

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Showtime Lakers are still under production, relax fans.

The Los Angeles Lakers have been an early surprise for the NBA, as they have won more than expected and have shown great potential as a team. It looked like the Lakers were poised for a playoff run this season until they were hit by a string of injuries and a tough schedule. They are

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D'Angelo Russell, Los Angeles Lakers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Merry Christmas!

Welcome to the first edition of Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Los Angeles fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. This week’s participants are Martin Soaries (@marsoaries), DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) and B.J. Boyer (@wcboyer24). In order to get to get amped for the holidays and the Lakers’ showdown with the Clippers

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D'Angelo Russell

D’Angelo Russell has Star Potential. Face it.

D’Angelo Russell of the Los Angeles Lakers has been polarizing since entering the league. From the moment the Lakers first selected him, the criticism of him not becoming a star started coming out. For someone who is pretty much new to the league, people were already scrutinizing the former Buckeye like he was already a

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Julius Randle

Julius Randle looks to continue strong stretch of play vs. Hornets

Los Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle’s game saw some pinches of regression after a strong start to the season, and one can accredit that to the Lakers’ starting backcourt of D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young, along with other rotation players such as Larry Nance Jr., and Tarik Black being picked off by injury.  With Russell

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