The Los Angeles Lakers have decided to make the final roster cut with the NBA preseason coming to an end for them.
After eight preseason games, the Lakers were able to finish at .500 with a 4-4 record. Along with the team playing better than expected at times during the preseason, head coach Mike D’Antoni has plenty of promising young talent this pre-season emerge with Shawne Williams...
The Lakers waived Marcus Landry on Friday night after their 111-106 preseason victory over the Utah Jazz.
Landry was a summer league standout for the Lakers in Las Vegas. Last season, he shot 42.8 percent from three-point range with the Reno Bighorns of the Development League.
Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni previously coached Landry with the New York Knicks after the 6-foot-7 forward...
Marcus Landry was waived by the Los Angeles Lakers after Friday's preseason finale, the team announced.
Landry averaged four points and one rebound in six preseason games for the Lakers.
The Lakers' roster is now at 15 players.
After their last game of the pre-season, the Los Angeles Lakers waived forward Marcus Landry.
The team’s roster now stands at 15 players, which is the NBA’s maximum number for opening night.
It looks like Elias Harris, Ryan Kelly, Shawne Williams and Xavier Henry will make the cut, however, their contracts won’t become fully guaranteed until Janauary. It seems that they’re...
It seems that the Los Angeles Lakers turned into a much better three-point shooting team this off-season, at least on paper.
In the videos below, courtesy of Mike Trudell’s Instagram account, both Jordan Farmar and Marcus Landry can be seen draining threes during Thursday’s practice.
Firstly, here’s Farmar; Trudell says that before this video was shot, the two-time NBA champion...
One reason the Lakers signed Nick Young and Marcus Landry this season was because of their three-point shooting abilities. According to a video shot by the Lakers’ reporter, Mike Trudell, both Young and Landry are 50 percent shooters from three – they took two shots each and both made one:
All jokes aside, these two guys should not only bringing shooting to the team this season...
Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Marcus Landry.
Marcus Landry on the Lakers’ Summer League team. (Photo Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports )
If Landry’s name sounds familiar, it’s because his older brother Carl Landry is also in the NBA and plays for the Sacramento Kings.
Although Marcus is the less popular Landry brother, it’s not his first...