Los Angeles Lakers Regular Season Rosters
2005-2006 Los Angeles Lakers Regular Season Roster
2005-2006 L.A. Lakers Depth Chart
|Starters||S. Parker||K. Bryant||L. Walton||L. Odom||K. Brown|
|Rotation||S. Vujacic||D. George||B. Cook||R. Turiaf|
|Lim PT||A. McKie||A. Bynum|
|Lim PT||V. Wafer||C. Mihm|
|Lim PT||D. Green|
2005-2006 Pacific Division Standings
|2||Los Angeles Clippers||47-35||7|
|3||Los Angeles Lakers||45-37||9|
|5||Golden State Warriors||34-48||20|
2005-2006 L.A. Lakers Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Kobe Bryant||All-NBA First Team (2006)
|Kobe Bryant||Player Of The Month (Jan 06, Apr 06)
|Kobe Bryant||Player Of The Week (11/07/05, 12/19/05, 12/26/05, 01/22/06, 04/16/06)
|Kobe Bryant||All-NBA Defensive First Team (2006)
|Kobe Bryant||Western All-Star Fan Vote Selection (2006)
2005-2006 L.A. Lakers Season Stat Leaders
2005-2006 Los Angeles Lakers Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Devean George was selected as the #23 pick in the First Round of the 1999 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers. Devean George signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers on October 9, 1999. Devean George re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on July 18, 2002.
Ronny Turiaf was selected as the #7 pick in the Second Round of the 2005 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers. Ronny Turiaf signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers on January 17, 2006.
Luke Walton was selected as the #3 pick in the Second Round of the 2003 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers. Luke Walton signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers on July 8, 2003. Luke Walton re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on August 8, 2005.
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Kobe Bryant, the #13 pick in the First Round of the 1996 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Los Angeles Lakers from the Charlotte Hornets (1988) on July 11, 1996. Kobe Bryant signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers on August 25, 1996. Kobe Bryant signed a multi-year extension with the Los Angeles Lakers on January 29, 1999. Kobe Bryant re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on July 15, 2004.
|Acquired via Trade
Kwame Brown was acquired in a sign and trade by the Los Angeles Lakers from the Washington Wizards on August 2, 2005.
Chris Mihm was acquired in a sign and trade by the Los Angeles Lakers from the Boston Celtics on August 6, 2004.
Lamar Odom was acquired in a trade by the Los Angeles Lakers from the Miami Heat on July 14, 2004.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Devin Green signed a contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on September 2, 2005.
Jim Jackson signed a contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on March 3, 2006.
Aaron McKie signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on August 26, 2005.
Smush Parker signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers on August 2, 2005.
2005-2006 Los Angeles Lakers Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Magic Johnson||Co-Owner, VP||1994-1995||Head Coach (Los Angeles Lakers, 1993 to 1994)|
|Edward P. Roski, Jr.||Co-Owner||1998-1999||N/A|
|Philip F. Anschutz||Co-Owner||1998-1999||N/A|
|Dr. Jerry H. Buss||Owner, Majority Owner||1979-1980||N/A|
|Francis R. Mariani||Chief Executive Officer||1987-1988||N/A|
|Tim Harris||Chief Operating Officer||1996-1997||N/A|
|Jim Perzik||General Counsel||1979-1980||N/A|
|Glenn Carraro||Assistant to the General Manager||2000-2001||Basketball Operations Assistant (New York Knicks, 1995 to 1999)|
|Joe McCormack||Chief Financial Officer, Senior VP||1989-1990||N/A|
|Phil Jackson||Head Coach||2005-2006||Head Coach (Los Angeles Lakers, 1999 to 2004)|
|Frank Hamblen||Assistant Coach||1999-2000||Head Coach (Milwaukee Bucks, 1991 to 1992)|
|Brian Shaw||Assistant Coach||2004-2005||Scout (Los Angeles Lakers, 2003 to 2004)|
|Kurt Rambis||Assistant Coach||2013-2014||Head Coach (Minnesota Timberwolves, 2009 to 2011)|
|Jim Buss||Executive VP of Basketball Operations||2005-2006||Assistant General Manager (Los Angeles Lakers, 1998 to 2005)|
|Mitch Kupchak||General Manager||1994-1995||Assistant General Manager (Los Angeles Lakers, 1986 to 1994)|
|Ronnie Lester||Assistant General Manager||2001-2002||Scout (Los Angeles Lakers, 1987 to 2001)|
|Rudy Garciduenas||Director of International Scouting||1984-1985||N/A|
|Adam Filippi||Director of International Scouting||2001-2002||N/A|
|Chip Schaefer||Director of Athletic Performance||1999-2000||Head Athletic Trainer (Chicago Bulls, 1990 to 1998)|
|Bill Sharman||Special Consultant||1990-1991||General Manager (Los Angeles Lakers, 1976 to 1982)|
|Gary Boyson||International Scout||2005-2006||N/A|
|Irving Thomas||College Scout||2001-2002||N/A|
|Frank Vogel||Advance Scout||2005-2006||Assistant Coach (Philadelphia Sixers, 2004 to 2005)|
|Alex McKechnie||Athletic Performance Coordinator||2003-2004||N/A|
|Gary Vitti||Athletic Trainer||1984-1985||N/A|
|Dr. Michael Mellman||Team Physician||1990-1991||N/A|
|Dr. John Moe||Team Physician||2002-2003||N/A|
|Stu Lantz||Television Analyst||1987-1988||N/A|
|Bill Macdonald||Television Play-By-Play||1985-1986||N/A|
|Joel Meyers||Television Play-By-Play||2005-2006||N/A|
|Lawrence Tanter||Public Address Announcer||1981-1982||N/A|