The 2014-15 season was the worst in the long history of the Los Angeles Lakers, but there were a few bright spots scattered throughout all the losses. One of those bright spots was the play of Wayne Ellington, a 27-year-old journeyman shooting guard. Ellington shot a very respectable 37 percent from behind the arc while averaging career highs in nearly every statistical category...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Wayne Ellington will miss the rest of the season with a separated right shoulder.
The Lakers made the announcement Thursday.
Ellington is the fifth player lost for the season by the Lakers, who have the NBA's fourth-worst record at 20-54. Los Angeles also is without Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Xavier Henry and first-round pick Julius Randle.
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April 02, 2015
Christmas is Wayne Ellington's favorite holiday, but it won't be the same for the 27-year-old Laker this season. It won't ever be the same, really.
It's been six weeks since his father, Wayne Ellington Sr., was shot to death and found by police in his car in Philadelphia, an unspeakable act of violence that surely will never be understood by his family.
For Christmas, Ellington will...
PHILADELPHIA — The father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Wayne Ellington Jr. was shot and killed in Philadelphia over the weekend.
Police say 57-year-old Wayne Ellington was found shot in the head in the driver’s seat of a car in the Germantown section of northwest Philadelphia just after 8 p.m. Sunday.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that he was taken to Einstein Medical Center...
Wayne Ellington was granted an indefinite leave of absence by the Lakers on Tuesday after the team learned the player’s father was shot and killed in Philadelphia on Sunday night. “My family and I are devastated by the news of my father’s murder on Sunday night in Philadelphia,” Ellington said in a statement released by...Read More
The Los Angeles Lakers have made another addition to their roster.
General manager Mitch Kupchak announced via a statement today that Wayne Ellington had been signed to a deal. The deal is partially guaranteed, according to Mark Medina from the L.A. Daily News.
Like Kupchak, Ellington was a North Carolina Tar Heel, and lead the team to an NCAA championship in 2009 before being drafted...
With some notable players still on the market, NBA free agency is still very much alive. Along with Phoenix Suns’ guard Eric Bledsoe and Detroit big man Greg Monroe, add shooting guard Wayne Ellington to that list of players still without a home.
#Bulls reported interest in Wayne Ellington before he signed with the Mavs indicates Gar/Pax wants one more shooter flanking DRose.