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BaadMaster
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I just read the DLo is up for All-Star consideration. I watched as Deng played better than any of our bums. I watched as other teams with lower draft picks get players like Donovan Mitchell. I watch as Boogie is picked up for chump change. I watched as the Lakers let their best player, Julius, go for NOTHING.

I am seeing the lowly Brooklyn Nets, led by some guy named DeAngelo Russell, win eight in a row.

I am beginning to think there is something systemic in the Lakers management that makes it impossible to ever field a competitive team.

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Well, I think the same can be said of many other teams- so many could have drafted Mitchell. D'Lo- he's blossoming in his 4th year, and that a lot times is how long it takes for a player to start reaching their potential. The FO kind of gave up on him, which was a bit understandable because of his attitude at times. Randle- I think that was mainly because of not having $ to sign him due to Lebron. Right now, it's a struggle because LBJ is out. The picture should be looking much better once he returns.


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I think if we were winning despite LBJ being out, no issue but since we are in a losing funk all the what ifs are about to pile on. Typical IMO.


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I think if we were winning despite LBJ being out, no issue but since we are in a losing funk all the what ifs are about to pile on. Typical IMO.

Most objective competitions are about winning -- from sports to politics.

The only reason we talk about the Warriors is because they win. Bill Bellichick is lauded not for his scintellating wit but because he wins. Caoches are fired because they LOSE.

This is pretty obvious stuff. A big DUH.

Right now we are losing and, as the saying goes, "The buck stops here."

My opinion: fire Luke. He might be a nice guy. But he is LOSING. Sorry.

Maybe if he played Lance, a proven NBAer instead of Hart, a proven NBA loser, maybe the results would have been different.


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There’s nothing much wrong with us as there is some other organizations. We see firsthand how things can go wrong here then see other teams going good, and compare.

As for the players, many people here bashed DLo saying they don’t see an all star in him. They’re doing the same thing with Ingram, they did the same with Randle, Lonzo, the list can go on. Fact of the matter is Laker fans get intensely fidgety. Our youngins get one bad game, “oh they’re busts, they’ll be out the league soon, trade them while they have value”. Randle is an all star caliber player (I was one of his harshest critics but he proved me wrong). DLo was one I used to pick on a lot but also state that he had the most potential out of our core at the time, and my faith seems to have been rightfully placed. We simply have to be more patient with the younger players, which is why I have said that Lebron is the worst star that could’ve came here if we wanted to develop while being competitive.

With that being said, I believe you’re looking for scapegoats to blame our losing upon. This roster wasn’t built properly to begin with, not to mention the two most impactful players we have are injured. Football is a lot more system-based than basketball is. Coach Pop would have a hard time with what’s on the table right now. A roster built with perennial brickers, no current way to fill up points in a hurry. Our best available players are: a hot or cold scorer who can’t create his own shot and a “five year project” who is in his third year. All this and it’s Luke’s fault? I don’t buy that. I think deep down we all know this team was gonna take an extended time to gel, lebron being injured was a blessing in disguise IMO to remind our youngsters what they are capable of without him.


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Might not be all Luke's fault, but looks like he's about to be made scapegoat.


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Why do I get the impression that LeBron will make a significant effort to return for the ASG, but couldn't care less about returning to help this epic disaster of a team we have right now. It's starting to piss me off.

These players come here and expect championships to be handed to them. I have seen it many times. Even the rookie's get lazy and their games go to absolute garbage. Rookie's getting **** lazy!?! These guys should be begging for time and go out there with passion to prove that they deserve more time. By the time we realize that they are not helping our team (IE: Ingram), they are worth nothing. We end up losing them for cash, late round draft picks, garbage players who play for one year and contribute nothing (IE: IT), or in worst cases get nothing (IE: Randle). And no, I don't want to hear the excuses of why we lost him. If we gave a ****, we could have made it work. What's really upsetting is that they, in most cases, become better players when they play for a different team. Our FO needs to change the entirety of our infrastructure and how we handle our draft picks. Watching rookie's like Hart sit there standing around while J. Bayless shoots uncontested three's is unacceptable. Who the **** is Bayless anyway? I had never heard of him until that game. Get out there and throw a **** hand up. Play like you want to be there. Play like you can be benched at any time for your rookie mistakes. Play like you want to be part if this, at one point, amazing franchise. Otherwise, get out!! Your not a 12 year vet bro. Absolute lazy garbage. Sorry for the vent.


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Fun fact (and off topic) about Jerryd Bayless, he was projected by most of not all outlets to be a top 5 lottery pick (Rose, Beasley, Mayo were the consensus 1, 2, and 3). When the Sonics chose Westbrook 4th over Bayless everyone harped on how huge a mistake it will be. 10 years later, it’s ironic looking back on it. People thought Bird came up on him since Bayless fell to 11


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TimmyDoe wrote:
Fun fact (and off topic) about Jerryd Bayless, he was projected by most of not all outlets to be a top 5 lottery pick (Rose, Beasley, Mayo were the consensus 1, 2, and 3). When the Sonics chose Westbrook 4th over Bayless everyone harped on how huge a mistake it will be. 10 years later, it’s ironic looking back on it. People thought Bird came up on him since Bayless fell to 11

O.J Mayo....Where's that guy. I remember he was banned in 2016 for drug use or something like that.


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O.J Mayo....Where's that guy. I remember he was banned in 2016 for drug use or something like that.

Yuuup. He hasn’t been in the league since. It sucks because he was another very talented guy in that draft who just couldn’t break through whether it be because of the wrong fit or injuries. Beasley of course was another guy who could’ve been a star


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First of all, you need a coach that holds everyone responsible. The motto should be : "PLAY LIKE SPIT, AND YOU WILL SIT!" It is that simple. Walton is too nice a guy. After that run Zubacs had, a real coach would have made him #1 starter. Fluck the other guys, Zu is playing better. 10/11 shooting -- even up close -- works for a team. Lance is better than Hart. It is that simple. BI should sit until he shows some effort and spends hours and hours practising free throws. If Kuz is injured DO NOT PLAY HIM. Walton is a moron.

This is not building a rocket to Mars. We are talkin' bout basketball. Basic stuff.

FIRE WALTON IMMEDIATELY. Tibs is available.


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BaadMaster wrote:
First of all, you need a coach that holds everyone responsible. The motto should be : "PLAY LIKE SPIT, AND YOU WILL SIT!" It is that simple. Walton is too nice a guy. After that run Zubacs had, a real coach would have made him #1 starter. Fluck the other guys, Zu is playing better. 10/11 shooting -- even up close -- works for a team. Lance is better than Hart. It is that simple. BI should sit until he shows some effort and spends hours and hours practising free throws. If Kuz is injured DO NOT PLAY HIM. Walton is a moron.

This is not building a rocket to Mars. We are talkin' bout basketball. Basic stuff.

FIRE WALTON IMMEDIATELY. Tibs is available.

Agree. Except no to Thibs , promote Shaw then hire a new one in the offseason.


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I’ll happily agree with the coach that Zubac should continue to come off the bench. I’ve mentioned in other threads that his conditioning is not up to par to be able to play at our pace. He had a good first game as a starter then proceeded to stink it up afterwards, when he started coming back off the bench he played well. Zu coming off the bench simply helps us win games in the 4th, and I’d rather have his presence at full strength at the end of the game than the first few minutes. I’m sure some of you guys can see my point. On the other hand, Luke is definitely holding players responsible. I guess we’ll ignore his “challenge” to BI and Zo a few weeks ago? And coming off losses the Lakers usually play harder, I guess we can conveniently ignore that for the sake of having a scapegoat in Luke? The hypocrisy amazes me, one night we blame Luke for losing. Kuz definitely was okay with playing injured, still Luke’s fault. We lose because our most potent scorer is having a bad game? “Luke’s fault.” We win against good teams, played well, hard. “Luke should have made better substitutions.” If we lose a game when Kuz doesn’t play because of injury, I’ll bet that someone will blame Luke. He’s not experienced, but he’s not bad. He’s a coach that the players listen to and clearly have responded to throughout the season. Would you rather have a coach that’s so hardcore that players quit on? Should Luke challenge his players publicly through the media more and lose their respect(IE Cousins final years in Sacramento)? Unfortunately for him, Luke is in a no-win situation. He has inexperienced, undeveloped second year players who are expected to be stars....


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Another thing to add, “play like spit, you will sit” will definitely make Luke look bad too because throughout the season we’ve had people here criticizing Luke’s “fidgety” rotations because he pulls someone for not playing well and not having a normal rotation. But for the convenience of being able to blame Luke we can ignore that too. No worries.


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Dave wrote:
Well, I think the same can be said of many other teams- so many could have drafted Mitchell. D'Lo- he's blossoming in his 4th year, and that a lot times is how long it takes for a player to start reaching their potential. The FO kind of gave up on him, which was a bit understandable because of his attitude at times. Randle- I think that was mainly because of not having $ to sign him due to Lebron. Right now, it's a struggle because LBJ is out. The picture should be looking much better once he returns.
They did have money to sign him even with Lebron. That money went to Beasley, Rondo, Stephenson, McGee and KCP this year. The biggest part of that is management doesn’t want to make a commitment over one year to any player who isn’t what they deem a star.


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BaadMaster wrote:
I just read the DLo is up for All-Star consideration. I watched as Deng played better than any of our bums. I watched as other teams with lower draft picks get players like Donovan Mitchell. I watch as Boogie is picked up for chump change. I watched as the Lakers let their best player, Julius, go for NOTHING.

I am seeing the lowly Brooklyn Nets, led by some guy named DeAngelo Russell, win eight in a row.

I am beginning to think there is something systemic in the Lakers management that makes it impossible to ever field a competitive team.

Your thoughts?

Lack of patience in LA is the biggest issue imo. Management isn’t patient, fans aren’t patient and it shows.

You couple Lakers’ fans and management’s lack of patience with our star thirsty ways and t creates an even bigger problem because of a kid doesn’t show that he may be a star by year two then people want to package him and ship him out for a star. I get it, it’s a star-driven league but stats aren’t always available in a trade or free agency, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t build and develop the team you have.

I don’t believe Luke is a bad coach, I just feel he has too much Phil Jackson in him. I didn’t care for Phil’s way of always trying to force a square peg into a triangle hole. Luke keeps trying to run this offensive system for players who don’t fit in it. Why am I watching Hart shoot so many threes when he seems better at driving to the basket? The team needs more structure because they are so young, this isn’t a GS Warriors team full of seven year vets.

Management is blowing it and they’re using the same philosophy as the previous management tandem of Mitch and Jim. Hoarding cap space and wanting to trade for established stars is a formula to keep the team mediocre. Developing their draft picks and not win-now should have been their first priority. I look st Philly and how they had so much patience with Embiid that is paying off. LA would have looked to have traded him even before he healed from the surgeries.


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the lakers are fine.leave the coach alone .lebron must learn he can't control the direction of this franchise of the Laker..I,ve also said Laker fans are spoiled and they want it NOW.We,re getting there give it time


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There’s nothing much wrong with us as there is some other organizations. We see firsthand how things can go wrong here then see other teams going good, and compare.

Lakers’ fans sometimes annoy me. We have been spoiled by Dr. Buss and Jerry West. Somehow we believe that almost every player that dons purple and gold should be a star or superstar in the league. This is a different time, this is an era where 19 year olds are drafted on potential but us LA fans don’t want to deal with the growing pains of potential realization. Any kid we have drafted these last few years has shown he can play but they needed to work on their games and they needed time for development. However, I would see management do something to hinder the kid’s growth:

Drafted Julius Randle but also acquired Carlos Boozer

We saw Clarkson sit the bench for Ronnie Price

Drafted D’Angelo Russell but also acquired Lou Williams

Drafted Brandon Ingram but acquired Luol Deng

It seemed like LA would draft a guy but always get a vet that would take developmental minutes away from him.

LA doesn’t make it about developing the kids, they’d rather listen to fans who aren’t reasonable with their expectations.

Now I have to watch Lonzo Ball, our second year point guard learn how to play without the ball because management wanted Lebron, the most ball dominant player on the NBA today outside of James Harden.


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BaadMaster wrote:
First of all, you need a coach that holds everyone responsible. The motto should be : "PLAY LIKE SPIT, AND YOU WILL SIT!" It is that simple. Walton is too nice a guy. After that run Zubacs had, a real coach would have made him #1 starter. Fluck the other guys, Zu is playing better. 10/11 shooting -- even up close -- works for a team. Lance is better than Hart. It is that simple. BI should sit until he shows some effort and spends hours and hours practising free throws. If Kuz is injured DO NOT PLAY HIM. Walton is a moron.

This is not building a rocket to Mars. We are talkin' bout basketball. Basic stuff.

FIRE WALTON IMMEDIATELY. Tibs is available.

You need Thibs because of what? He couldn't do anything in Minnesota with Wiggins and Kat before Butler got there. Luke had Lakers at 4th seed with Lebron playing.. so once again, you want a new coach show me one that will do better with current roster with Lebron out and other injuries. Show me one that will get Lakers higher than 3rd or 4th seed in West either current roster.


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gemfow wrote:
Lack of patience in LA is the biggest issue imo. Management isn’t patient, fans aren’t patient and it shows.

You couple Lakers’ fans and management’s lack of patience with our star thirsty ways and t creates an even bigger problem because of a kid doesn’t show that he may be a star by year two then people want to package him and ship him out for a star. I get it, it’s a star-driven league but stats aren’t always available in a trade or free agency, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t build and develop the team you have.

I don’t believe Luke is a bad coach, I just feel he has too much Phil Jackson in him. I didn’t care for Phil’s way of always trying to force a square peg into a triangle hole. Luke keeps trying to run this offensive system for players who don’t fit in it. Why am I watching Hart shoot so many threes when he seems better at driving to the basket? The team needs more structure because they are so young, this isn’t a GS Warriors team full of seven year vets.

Management is blowing it and they’re using the same philosophy as the previous management tandem of Mitch and Jim. Hoarding cap space and wanting to trade for established stars is a formula to keep the team mediocre. Developing their draft picks and not win-now should have been their first priority. I look st Philly and how they had so much patience with Embiid that is paying off. LA would have looked to have traded him even before he healed from the surgeries.

Gem, there is a significant difference between lack of patience and frustration. Watching these youngsters that we draft come to this team to become lazy and obsessive over becoming reality TV stars is unacceptable. This wouldn't bother me so much if i noticed some progression.

Ball - Progression

Zubac - Progression (He doesn't take me as someone who gives two shits about the LA lifestyle).

Randle - Significant progression

DLo - Hard to tell but I didn't notice some progress with us.

Hart - Regression

Ingram - Regression

I am not asking for instant championships. We have seemed to be in a stagnant state for the last few years. You used Philadelphia as an example. It really didn't take too long for them to start competing with just Embiid. That wasn't a 15 year project.


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Yuuup. He hasn’t been in the league since. It sucks because he was another very talented guy in that draft who just couldn’t break through whether it be because of the wrong fit or injuries. Beasley of course was another guy who could’ve been a star

Yeah Beasley was the man at K-State. I think he was scoring like 40pts a game. I remember thinking I'd take him over D-Rose at the time when they came out the draft. Seems like he went sideways once he got in the NBA. He's always had all the tools but just didn't have that desire to be great IMO. Looking back on it now since you mentioned O.J. Mayo, all 3 came out the same time: D-Rose #1 to CHI, Beasley #2 to MIA and O.J. #3 to MINN. How funny is that...lol.


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Angeluus wrote:
Gem, there is a significant difference between lack of patience and frustration. Watching these youngsters that we draft come to this team to become lazy and obsessive over becoming reality TV stars is unacceptable. This wouldn't bother me so much if i noticed some progression.

Ball - Progression

Zubac - Progression (He doesn't take me as someone who gives two shits about the LA lifestyle).

Randle - Significant progression

DLo - Hard to tell but I didn't notice some progress with us.

Hart - Regression

Ingram - Regression

I am not asking for instant championships. We have seemed to be in a stagnant state for the last few years. You used Philadelphia as an example. It really didn't take too long for them to start competing with just Embiid. That wasn't a 15 year project.

Think the difference is Embiid is a superstar talent, something most teams that are going anywhere have at least one of. We don't currently look like we have that when it comes to core. Disagree about Randle, think he's a very good player, but his stats have been about the same last few years, up offensively this season, down defensively , Still wish they'd have kept him.


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Angeluus wrote:
Gem, there is a significant difference between lack of patience and frustration. Watching these youngsters that we draft come to this team to become lazy and obsessive over becoming reality TV stars is unacceptable. This wouldn't bother me so much if i noticed some progression.

Ball - Progression

Zubac - Progression (He doesn't take me as someone who gives two shits about the LA lifestyle).

Randle - Significant progression

DLo - Hard to tell but I didn't notice some progress with us.

Hart - Regression

Ingram - Regression

I am not asking for instant championships. We have seemed to be in a stagnant state for the last few years. You used Philadelphia as an example. It really didn't take too long for them to start competing with just Embiid. That wasn't a 15 year project.

Ball - progression has happened

Zubac - progression this year after some regression last season

Randle - has progression in year four but prior to that it was still somewhat a slight progression

Russell showed progression each season but it wasn’t quick enough for LA fans. It’s the instant gratification that people want and when they don’t get it they turn on players and Russell and Randle were players that LA fans went in on unfairly imo

Hart - I agree that he has seemed to regress because he’s pulling way too many threes and he’s not a dead eye shooter. He needs to get back to what he did his rookie season

Ingram- I don’t believe he’s regressed, I just believe he didn’t make another jump like most Lakers fans expected. His stats across the board are pretty much identical but his role has changed significantly with the addition of Lebron.

My philly example was mostly about how Embiid was on the mend and management would have traded him if they could because of their so-called win-now approach.


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Think the difference is Embiid is a superstar talent, something most teams that are going anywhere have at least one of. We don't currently look like we have that when it comes to core. Disagree about Randle, think he's a very good player, but his stats have been about the same last few years, up offensively this season, down defensively , Still wish they'd have kept him.
my example was more about him being on the mend those first two seasons as opposed to the talent level and development. LA wouldn’t have wanted to wait for him to heal.


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gemfow wrote:
my example was more about him being on the led those first two seasons as opposed to the talent level and development. LA wouldn’t have wanted to wait for him to mend.

Yeah I hear you, I was referring more Angeluus post about Sixers competing so soon.


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BaadMaster wrote:
I just read the DLo is up for All-Star consideration. I watched as Deng played better than any of our bums. I watched as other teams with lower draft picks get players like Donovan Mitchell. I watch as Boogie is picked up for chump change. I watched as the Lakers let their best player, Julius, go for NOTHING.

I am seeing the lowly Brooklyn Nets, led by some guy named DeAngelo Russell, win eight in a row.

I am beginning to think there is something systemic in the Lakers management that makes it impossible to ever field a competitive team.

Your thoughts?

My thoughts?... sure

I was right all along! This management could not be worse! They should have kept Russell! They should have kept Randle! (Who should also be an all-star). They shouldn’t have gave a max contract to a 34 year old that heavily relies on his athleticism, because like I said, he’ll start to get injured. The other young guys all play better when James is not on the court, if they had a shooter like Russell and what was our best player in Randle, they would be competitive, but younger and have much more cap flexibility! Not to mention there wouldn’t be reports that James wants Walton out as coach. Smh, this FO is a disaster!


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Dave wrote:
Well, I think the same can be said of many other teams- so many could have drafted Mitchell. D'Lo- he's blossoming in his 4th year, and that a lot times is how long it takes for a player to start reaching their potential. The FO kind of gave up on him, which was a bit understandable because of his attitude at times. Randle- I think that was mainly because of not having $ to sign him due to Lebron. Right now, it's a struggle because LBJ is out. The picture should be looking much better once he returns.

We hadn’t plenty of money Dave. And he signed for a very favorable deal! The FO was just stupid! Now he’s a star player! For another team.


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Why do I get the impression that LeBron will make a significant effort to return for the ASG, but couldn't care less about returning to help this epic disaster of a team we have right now. It's starting to piss me off.

These players come here and expect championships to be handed to them. I have seen it many times. Even the rookie's get lazy and their games go to absolute garbage. Rookie's getting **** lazy!?! These guys should be begging for time and go out there with passion to prove that they deserve more time. By the time we realize that they are not helping our team (IE: Ingram), they are worth nothing. We end up losing them for cash, late round draft picks, garbage players who play for one year and contribute nothing (IE: IT), or in worst cases get nothing (IE: Randle). And no, I don't want to hear the excuses of why we lost him. If we gave a ****, we could have made it work. What's really upsetting is that they, in most cases, become better players when they play for a different team. Our FO needs to change the entirety of our infrastructure and how we handle our draft picks. Watching rookie's like Hart sit there standing around while J. Bayless shoots uncontested three's is unacceptable. Who the **** is Bayless anyway? I had never heard of him until that game. Get out there and throw a **** hand up. Play like you want to be there. Play like you can be benched at any time for your rookie mistakes. Play like you want to be part if this, at one point, amazing franchise. Otherwise, get out!! Your not a 12 year vet bro. Absolute lazy garbage. Sorry for the vent.

your first sentence says it all!


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