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Los Angeles Lakers sophomore Lonzo Ball is set to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Tuesday according to an official statement from the ballclub.
Rajon Rondo, who helped the Boston Celtics win an NBA title in 2008, has reportedly joined LeBron James on the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday as a revamped lineup begins to take shape.
LeBron James has decided to take his act to Hollywood, reportedly agreeing to a four-year deal worth $154 million. The deal includes an opt out clause after the third year.
James told the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday that he will not exercise his $35.6 million contract option for next season, making him an unrestricted free agent on Sunday when NBA teams can begin negotiations with players before signing them on July 6.
Los Angeles Lakers rookie Brandon Ingram has shown what he can do and head coach Luke Walton believes he will eventually evolve into one of the feared offensive players as his NBA career progresses.
Luke Walton could become a prime candidate to succeed Byron Scott after Golden State Warriors allowed the assistant coach to talk to the Los Angeles
Recent Los Angeles Lakers rumors indicated that former Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Scott Brooks could replace Byron Scott in the offseason. Basketball Insiders indicated
Kobe Bryant and LeBron James met for the final time and it was a battle to remember, as the two superstars fought toe-to-toe before the
Kobe Bryant made it clear that he doesn’t want any special consideration when it comes to the NBA and USA Basketball. That was initially made when all teams had something special for him as he winds down his playing career.