Luke Walton and Los Angeles Lakers Part ways

In news that should make Lebron James smile, the Los Angeles Lakers and head coach Luke Walton have agreed to a mutual parting of the ways. The team made the announcement on Friday afternoon that after three years Walton would no longer be their head man. The move comes as little shock, as Walton’s job security became tenuous the day that Lebron James was signed. Walton was never Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka’s “guy”,and it was obvious that James, Johnson nor Pelinka wanted him there. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports…

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NBA Recap: March 31, 2019

Top Performers Rajon RondoLAL @ NOP 24 5 12 3 stl L. AldridgeSAS vs. SAC 27 18 3 2 stl Stephen CurryGSW vs. CHO 25 5 6 5-8 3-pt D. GallinariLAC vs. MEM 27 15 5 14-16 ft R. WestbrookOKC vs. DAL 25 11 11 Triple-double John CollinsATL vs. MIL 23 12 4 3 blk Alex CarusoLAL @ NOP 23 3 6 4 stl Justin AndersonATL vs. MIL 24 12 3 2 stl JaVale McGeeLAL @ NOP 23 16 3 Nikola JokicDEN vs. WAS 23 14 4 2 stl Yesterday’s…

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Lebron James is done for the season

It appears Lebron James’ first playoff-less offeseason in over a decade will start even earlier than anticipated. In a statement, via Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet, Lakers President Magic Johnson made announcement that Lebron would not play in the team’s final six ballgames. “After consulting with our team doctors and medical staff, we have decided to hold LeBron out of games for the remainder of the season.This decision will allow his groin to fully heal, and is best for the future success of both LeBron and the Lakers.” Lakers President,…

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Lebron James out vs Jazz

Earlier today the Los Angeles Lakers announced that Lebron James will not play in the club’s Wednesday night game against the Utah Jazz due to ( say it with me) load management. This will be his third game missed in the Lakers’ last seven outings. It seems the missed games will pile up as the Lakers will not be participants in this year’s postseason. Look to see more Kyle Kuzma and Lance Stephenson in James’ absence.

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Brandon Ingram out for season

Earlier today the Los Angeles Lakers made the announcement that forward Brandon Ingram will be out for the remainder of this season following him being diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) in his right arm. Though DVT may not be a commonly known medical issue, that in no way detracts from its potential severity. This injury ends what was a solid campaign numberwise for Ingram, as he averaged 18.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists , but was a frustrating season as a whole for the Los Angeles Lakers, as…

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Kyrie Irving will play Saturday against the Lakers

Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving will play when the team takes on the Lakers Saturday night. Head coach Brad Stevens said that Irving is “fine” and he’s ready to roll. The All-Star point guard had missed the previous game, against the Sacramento Kings, with a left thigh contusion.

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Lebron James to miss game against Warriors

Lakers head coach Luke Walton told reporters that Lebron James will not play in the team’s Saturday night game against the Golden State Warriors due to “load management.” James returned to lineup after an 18 game absence in their last game against the Clippers.

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Lebron James to return tonight against Clippers

After days of speculation of when he would play again, Los Angeles Lakers superstar forward Lebron will finally return to the team’s lineup tonight against the L.A. Clippers. James has missed the team’s 18 previous games after injuring his groin on Christmas Day against the Golden State Warriors. The team has went just 7-11 in that time, but have also endured injuries to key players Rajon Rondo and Kyle Kuzma as well during that time.

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Pelicans and Lakers have spoken regarding Anthony Davis

Thursday, the Los Angeles Times’ Brad Turner reported the Lakers presented the Pelicans with five various trade scenarios. One of the proposed deal included Los Angeles sending Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, Ivica Zubac, and first round pick to the Pelicans for their all-world forward/center. Although the other scenarios were not disclosed, Turner adds the Lakers are seeking to get a deal done prior to the NBA’s February 7 trade deadline to avoid the AD sweepstakes opening up to other teams.

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