Found December 06, 2011 on
NBA schedule to be released Tuesday has them playing on season's first three nights, vs. Chicago, at Sacramento and vs. Utah, all without Andrew Bynum. Lakers also are working on signing Jason Kapono.The Lakers aren't officially back together, but a familiar face stopped by their training facility Monday.
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The Los Angeles Lakers reportedly have reached agreement on a contract with sharpshooter Jason Kapono.
ESPN Los Angeles, citing a league source, reported the deal will be worth about $1.2 million.
Although Kapono averaged only 4 1/2 minutes of playing time last season with Philadelphia, he is a career 43.7 percent shooter from 3-point range and twice led the lead in 3-point accuracy...
. News out that the Lakers have signed former UCLA sharp-shooter, Jason Kapono. In the scale of what's expected to take place across the NBA landscape (and in LA in particular... hello Mr Howard?), it's a minor move - but one I like. Kapono's a great shooter - and that's something that LA desparately need. With whoever LA end up on on the floor with, there...
Jason Kapono is visiting the practice facility of the Lakers for a free agent visit.
The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to terms with free-agent forward Jason Kapono, according to a league source.
Two years ago the Lakers needed better outside shooting. They brought in Steve Blake, but that didn’t work. In new coach Mike Brown’s twin-towers offense (with Kobe drawing doubles in the post as well) the Lakers will need much better long-range shooting. So they have reached a handshake deal to sign Jason Kapono, according to…
L.A. would have to give up Andrew Bynum and probably Lamar Odom or Pau Gasol, but it's what the Lakers need to give them a jolt.The Orlando Magic made its most desperate attempt to court Dwight Howard the other day in a move understood by starry-eyed lovers everywhere.
The absolute joy of the NBA lockout coming to a close is that we’re back to a non-stop fury of trade and free agent rumors that make absolutely no sense and are almost entirely unsubstantiated. For instance, did you know that since both the Orlando Magic and New Orleans Hornets want Andrew Bynum in a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers if they trade Dwight Howard and Chris Paul,...