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Kobe Bryant: ‘Friends Come And Go, But Banners Hang Forever’

One of Kobe Bryant's greatest attributes is his unwavering focus and commitment to greatness. Very few people in the history of the NBA have put in the work that Kobe has, but putting all of his time towards basketball leaves very little time for a social life. -- Have you seen the 'Lakers Nation' phone case? -- Bryant has admitted that he isn't a good friend because he puts so much time towards basketball. ...

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Lakers News: Kobe Bryant Responds To Larry Nance Jr.’s Tweet

The Los Angeles Lakers made a pretty surprising decision in drafting Larry Nance Jr. with the 27th overall pick. Considered a second-round prospect by most experts, many preferred the Lakers to go after more popular prospects such as UCLA's Kevon Looney or Georgia State's R.J. Hunter. -- Have you seen the 'Lakers Nation' phone case? -- Soon after being drafted, an old tweet surfaced in which Nance made a re ...

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Kobe Bryant On If 2015-16 Season Will Be His Last: ‘It Might Be’

Coming out of the NBA Draft, much of the focus has been on the future of the Los Angeles Lakers as they seem to be setting themselves up nicely for life after Kobe Bryant. When that post-Kobe life will begin is still up in the air, however. -- Have you seen the 'Bleed Purple and Gold' phone case? -- In an interview with Jemele Hill for the BET Experience, Kobe said that this might be his final season via Ja ...

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VIDEO: D’Angelo Russell ‘More Than Honored’ To Play For Lakers

Shortly after D'Angelo Russell was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers with the second overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, Lakers.com reporter Mike Trudell caught up with the Ohio State standout for his first interview with the rookie for Time Warner Cable SportsNet. Trudell asked Russell a number of different questions after officially becoming the Lakers' lottery pick. Questions varied from the opportunity ...

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Lakers News: GM Mitch Kupchak Compares Julius Randle To Lamar Odom

Heading into 2014-15 season, Julius Randle was viewed as a potential future cornerstone for the Los Angeles Lakers. Unfortunately after breaking his leg in the season opener, Randle's season was lost and he spent all year rehabbing his injury. -- Have you seen the 'Bleed Purple and Gold' phone case? -- Randle has begun practicing in preparation for Summer League in Las Vegas and according to Bleacher Report ...

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Lakers News: GM Mitch Kupchak Will Focus On Frontcourt In Free Agency

By all accounts, the Los Angeles Lakers choice with the second overall pick came down to Duke center, Jahlil Okafor and Ohio State point guard, D'Angelo Russell. The Lakers wound up going with Russell, giving the franchise another dynamic guard to team with Jordan Clarkson. -- Have you seen the 'Lakers Nation' phone case? -- The Lakers still have major needs in the frontcourt, however, which is why general ...

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Jordan Clarkson On D’Angelo Russell: ‘We Make The Backcourt More Dynamic’

With Jordan Clarkson being the biggest surprise in an otherwise forgettable season for the Los Angeles Lakers last season, the consensus seemed to be the team would lean toward selecting a big in the 2015 NBA Draft. Although the Lakers kept everyone guessing up to the second NBA commissioner Adam Silver walked up to the podium on Thursday, Los Angeles ultimately chose to add another backcourt player in D'An ...

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Lakers News: Robert Upshaw, Brandon Ashley To Play On Summer League Team

Throughout the NBA Draft process, one name that was linked to the Lakers with either their 27th or 34th picks was Washington center Robert Upshaw. Arguably the best rim protector in the country, Upshaw fell out of the draft due to character concerns as well as a heart issue that was flagged at the NBA Draft Combine. -- Have you seen the 'Bleed Purple and Gold' phone case? -- Despite that, the Lakers will br ...

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2015 NBA Draft: Lakers Select Anthony Brown With No. 34 Pick

The second pick wasn't the only one the Los Angeles Lakers owned in the 2015 NBA Draft as the team worked out a number of players who the team could potentially take with their second round pick. -- Have you seen the 'Bleed Purple and Gold' phone case? -- With holes all over the roster, there were a number of possibilities and ultimately the Lakers decided to take Stanford's Anthony Brown via Mark Medina of ...

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2015 NBA Draft: Lakers Select Larry Nance Jr. With No. 27 Pick

After taking D'Angelo Russell earlier in the evening with the second overall pick, the Los Angeles Lakers continued to add young talent to their rebuilding roster. -- Have you seen the 'Bleed Purple and Gold' phone case? -- The team brought in many prospects in the weeks prior to the draft and decided to select Larry Nance Jr. with their No. 27 pick according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports: The Los ...

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