Schedule Release: Must-See Games, Home-stands and Road Trips

On Monday, August 14th the NBA released the schedule of all 32 teams in the league. While much of the analysis of the schedule is just speculation at this point in the preseason, there are a few important statistics that cannot be overlooked. Commissioner Adam Silver and the NBA decided to make player rest an … Continue reading Schedule Release: Must-See Games, Home-stands and Road Trips

Lakers’ front office fostering a competitive camp

After winning the 2017 Summer League, the Los Angeles Lakers were not finished. The front office added to their off-season by signing guard Vander Blue, guard Brainte Weber, forward V.J. Beachem and center ¬†Stephen Zimmerman to partially-guaranteed contracts, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/895308478939516928 The team also has used one of their two-way contracts, on … Continue reading Lakers’ front office fostering a competitive camp

Lakers win the Summer League ‘ship! What does it mean for their upcoming season?

The Los Angeles Lakers were able to capture the 2017 Las Vegas Summer League Championship despite not having the tournament MVP, Lonzo Ball, in the finals. Kyle Kuzma took home game MVP honors while putting up 30 points and 10 rebounds in a Lakers victory over the Portland Trail Blazers, he was also named Second … Continue reading Lakers win the Summer League ‘ship! What does it mean for their upcoming season?

Lakers’ off-season rundown

The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2016-2017 season knowing that the off-season following it would be an important one for the franchise. The team hired new leadership by adding Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka to the front office and held onto their top-three selection in the 2017 draft - a pick they used on point … Continue reading Lakers’ off-season rundown