The Miami Heat looked to cap off their four game home stand on a high note as they hosted the Los Angeles Lakers. In their last game, the Lakers dominated the Heat at the Staples Center. Heading into this game, Miami would be without Goran Dragic and Justise Winslow, while
The Miami Heat ended their road trip out west as they played in the Staples Center against the Los Angeles Lakers. Last season, the Lakers won both contests against the Heat, led by LeBron James. The Heat would be without Justise Winslow, Udonis Haslem, Dion Waiters, and KZ Okpala for
The NBA is about to become fun. Really fun. Yesterday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN announced that Rich Paul had notified the New Orleans Pelicans that Anthony Davis had requested a trade and has no intentions on signing a contract extension. Davis has the potential to earn a 5 year, $240
All-Star forward Anthony Davis has informed the New Orleans Pelicans management that he doesn't intend to sign an extension with the team and has requested a trade.
As first reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the 25-year-old's agent Rich Paul spoke with officials on Friday to inform them of the decision.
The new look Lakers will have another new look for the next couple of games, as they work through the suspensions of Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram. Their starting line-up will be getting an overhaul.
The suspensions will shake up the starting lineup at the forward position for 4 games and
LeBron James has finally announced his decision that he will be playing for the Los Angeles Lakers next season.
His announcement came after a lot of recruitment pitches by top stars and billboards all over the country. He has agreed to a 4- year, $154 million contract with the Lakers.
It has just been reported that the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets have reached a trade.
Los Angeles Lakers Trade:
D'Angelo Russell (3 years left at $21 million total)
Timofey Mozgov (3 years left at $48 million total)
Brooklyn Nets Trade:
Brook Lopez (1 year left at $22 million)
27th Pick in 2017 NBA Draft
The Houston Rockets made a splash Tuesday night acquiring former sixth man of the year Lou Williams from the Los Angeles Lakers. In exchange the Lakers get veteran swing man Corey Brewer and a future first round pick. The trade is the first move made by the new president of
After watching a highlight of the Lakers and Thunder game from a few nights ago, it wasn't the game winning three from Nick Young that caught my attention, but rather the atmosphere at the Staples Center on that night. I couldn't help but realize how electric the crowd was. It
Before February 8, 2016, four NBA head coaches have already lost their jobs at the helm; now that number has been increased to five with the addition of Derek Fisher. Phil Jackson fired his former player from his gig as coach of the struggling New York Knicks. When Phil Jackson