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Lakers Nation Roundtable: Favorite Moment Of The 2014-15 Regular Season

Much to the delight of fans of the Los Angeles Lakers, the 2014-15 season is finally over and it wasn't pretty. The Lakers set a franchise record for worst win percentage in a season and the team was decimated by injuries for the third consecutive season. A season with only 21 wins isn't going to have a bunch of great moments, but there were some memorable times provided by this team. Most fans would probab ...

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Five Things The 2014-15 Los Angeles Lakers Season Taught Us

Thankfully, mercifully, it's at an end. The first 60 loss team in franchise history. Misguided from the start -- management spent too much of the summer pretending competitiveness was a legitimate possibility -- things fell apart rapidly and (fortunately for them) completely enough that math thinks the Lakers will keep their draft pick. In a season this bad, it's hard to draw too many lessons. In Mamba parl ...

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Lakers Nation Roundtable: Who Stood Out In The 2015 NCAA Tournament?

The 2015 NCAA Tournament was extremely entertaining and full of potential prospects who could find themselves in a Los Angeles Lakers uniform next season. Duke walked out with the National Championship, but many teams and players had impressive showcases. The National Champions had a trio of freshmen in Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow, and Tyus Jones lead them to the promised land. Some would argue, however, ...

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Build Around Or With Jordan Clarkson? Who Cares, Just Build…

PAGES: 1 | 2 The title of the show alone makes the jokes easy. The Walking Dead. Just like the 2014-15 Los Angeles Lakers! Technically alive, sort of, but not really! The more ambitious can stretch that metaphor like Laffy Taffy in any number of directions. The Lakers can be walkers, animated in body but not soul, just waiting to be brained by the living, except those creatures are relentless and very dange ...

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Lakers Nation Debate: Rajon Rondo Vs. Goran Dragic In Free Agency

Topic: We wonder if the Los Angeles Lakers were to go after a point guard in free agency who should they go after -- Rajon Rondo or Goran Dragic? Context: The Lakers are armed with a substantial amount of cap space this off-season and are intent on making a splash in free agency. There will be some talented players available, but in all likelihood, players like Marc Gasol and LaMarcus Aldridge are extremely ...

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Lakers Nation Roundtable: Jordan Clarkson For All-Rookie First Team?

With the Los Angeles Lakers dealing with a ton of injuries and the season quickly going downhill as the team slipped further away from any hopes of a playoff spot, head coach Byron Scott made the decision to insert second-round pick Jordan Clarkson into the starting lineup. The result has been the best season for a Lakers rookie since Eddie Jones in 1994. As a starter, Clarkson is averaging 15 points, 4.7 a ...

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Jordan Clarkson Gives Lakers And Fans Hope Going Forward

For years, Los Angeles Lakers fans have longed for the point guard of the future. They may have unsuspectingly gotten their wish in Jordan Clarkson. Magic Johnson is obviously the purple and gold standard when it comes to Lakers point guards, but the craving began after the departure of Nick Van Exel in 1998. Derek Fisher eventually became the starting point guard as the Lakers began winning championships a ...

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What Byron Scott And Jeremy Lin Can Learn From Each Other

I'm going to make a statement without reaching out to a single "source" or doing anything that even remotely resembles "responsible reporting." Jeremy Lin will not be a member of the 2015-2016 Los Angeles Lakers, in very large part because he and Byron Scott have been incompatible all season. Obviously, there's plenty of time between now and July. Stranger things have happened than a reunion between Lin, a ...

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2015 March Madness: Five Individual Matchups To Watch For In The Sweet 16

The NCAA Men's Tournament represents many basketball fans' final opportunity to watch some of the best NBA Draft prospects on the biggest stage college basketball has to offer. While the first weekend of the tournament tends to provide the most excitement, it doesn't always give fans the best matchups to watch individually. -- Think You Know Everything About Kobe Bryant? Take The Ultimate Kobe Quiz! -- The ...

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Want To See How The Lakers Approach The Rebuild? Watch Ed Davis

Just over a year ago, the Los Angeles Lakers made a sneaky smart deal sending Steve Blake to Golden State for Kent Bazemore, a young player who had shown flashes of legitimate potential. In 23 games with L.A., Bazemore averaged 13.1 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists. After the season, the Lakers declined to make a $1.1 million qualifying offer that would have turned Bazemore into a restricted free agent. ...

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