After a brief moment of worry, LeBron James shook off an ankle injury on Sunday against the Grizzlies “Not again.” It was the first thought that raced not just through the minds of Lakers fans watching Sunday night’s game against but LeBron James himself when he went down with an ankle injury midway through the second quarter.
Former coach and current ESPN TV commentator Jeff Van Gundy has never been one to mince words. Whether it was on the sidelines as a coach, or giving his real-time thoughts as a broadcaster, he was not one to cut anyone much slack.
The Los Angeles Lakers have not gotten out to the kind of start that the team was hoping for in the 2021-22 season. After dropping all six preseason games, the Lakers have lost to both the Golden State Warriors and Phoenix Suns to start the season.
The Lakers started the 2021-22 season as the heavy betting favorites to emerge out of the Western Conference. Though their rocky 0-2 start may give fans pause, head coach Frank Vogel and team leader LeBron James appeared confident that Los Angeles would right the ship soon.
Immediately following Friday’s loss to the Phoenix Suns, James Worthy had some honest advice for the Lakers, specifically Anthony Davis. "After a game like tonight, if I were AD, I would live in that paint.
Dwayne Wade’s son, Zaire, decided to skip the college route of playing basketball and join the G-League directly. Considered a three-star prospect coming out of college, Zaire forgo college offers from TCU, South Carolina, and Miami, and some others.
Everybody had something to say about the unfortunate incident between Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard during Friday night's game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns. The two big men starred in a heated altercation on the bench, which set the alarms at Staples Center.
Below the stars, the Lakers have a bunch of players primed to break out. Which one’s jump this season will translate into the digital realm? Trailing only the Brooklyn Nets, virtually unmarred by Kyrie Irving’s indefinite IRL absence, the Lakers’ 83 overall team rating is the second-best in this year’s edition of NBA 2K.