A lot of rumors are swirling around as we approach the 2015 NBA trade deadline. Many teams will be looking to improve, and others are looking to clear up some salary cap space. Latin Post lists five blockbuster trades that should happen this season.
The Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks are both off to terrible beginnings to the 2014-15 NBA season. Latin Post.com examines both teams and lets you decide which one is having a worse year in our fan poll.
Kevin Love has been struggling this season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, and many believe he could be traded before the NBA trade deadline. The Los Angeles Lakers have also been struggling this year, but the two teams could do business with each other this season. Will it happen?
The Los Angeles Lakers are off to a disappointing start to the 2014-15 NBA season. At 3-9, chances at making the playoffs look slim, but the return of Nick Young has opened up the door for the Lakers in a tough Western Conference.
Head coach Byron Scott will be coaching his first NBA season for the Los Angeles Lakers, and already he likes what he sees in his new young point guard, Jeremy Lin. Scott had a lot of good things to say about Lin during the team's preseason practices.
The Los Angeles Lakers are entering an NBA season with a lot of change, with Kobe Bryant returning, Byron Scott taking the head coaching job and the additions of Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer. Latin Post invites you to vote in our fan poll below and tell us if the Lakers will make the NBA playoffs this season.
The Los Angeles Lakers had a very busy offseason, most notably hiring head coach Byron Scott. The team looks to improve upon last season, and that will be no easy task. Here we project the Lakers starting lineup for the coming 2014-15 NBA season.
The Los Angeles Lakers have made a lot of changes this offseason. They didn't sign a lot of the free agent players they had hoped too, but spirits are high in LA. Here are five things the Lakers can do if they want improve upon last season.