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Kevin Durant Believes Lakers Were 'Couple Years Away' From Where He Wanted To Be
Kevin Durant explained his decision not to meet with the Lakers in free agency.
Brandon Bass Agrees Upon One-Year Deal With Clippers
Brandon Bass spent last season with the Lakers, averaging 7.2 points and 4.3 rebounds in 20.3 minutes per game.
Larry Nance Jr. Suffered Sprained Wrist, No Fracture
Larry Nance Jr.'s status moving forward is day to day.
Larry Nance Jr. Belived To Have Suffered Fracture In Right Hand
Larry Nance took a nasty fall with 35 seconds left in the game after driving to the basket.
Lakers Renounce Free Agent Exception Rights On Kobe Bryant
The Lakers had to eliminate the cap hold on Kobe Bryant in order to create cap space to make their free agent signings.
Marcelo Huertas Re-Signs With Lakers On Two-Year Deal
Marcelo Huertas will be the Lakers' third point guard behind D'Angelo Russell and Jose Calderon.
Jose Calderon Traded By Bulls To Lakers
Jose Calderon was traded by the Bulls to clear cap space so they can sign Dwyane Wade into their cap space.
Roy Hibbert Agrees Upon One-Year, $5M Deal With Hornets
Roy Hibbert has agreed upon a one-year, $5 million with the Hornets.
Tarik Black, Lakers Agree Upon Two-Year, $12.85M Deal
Tarik Black averaged 9.7 points and 11.4 rebounds per 36 minutes in 39 games for the Lakers last season.
Nick Young Unlikely To Return To Lakers
Nick Young has two more seasons remaining on his contract totaling $11 million.

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Los Angeles Lakers: How To Make The Offseason 'Win' Work On The Court

by Brett Koremenos

What the Lakers seem have to done is start a layered approach -- finding low maintenance vets to complement burgeoning youth -- and given a young coach an opportunity to build a new culture from scratch. A lot of their success will hinge on how Luke Walton fares, but things are certainly looking more promising.

Grading The Deal: Luol Deng Joins Lakers' Rebuilding Project

by Christopher Reina

The Lakers have rebuilt in the past at a light-speed pace full of shortcuts and since thatís clearly not happening this time around, they've instead now shifted to signing players that are effectively human gauze to stop the bleeding.

Grading The Deal: Jordan Clarkson Re-Signs With Lakers For $50M

by Christopher Reina

The second round of the NBA draft is speedy and disorienting while feeling inconsequential but success stories like Jordan Clarkson and the Lakers certainly justifies the exercise.

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