Lakers Nation Week In Review: April 26 – May 3
After failing to coach the team into championship contention the past two seasons, Mike D’Antoni resigned as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.
With the vacant head coaching position, several coaches have expressed interest. In the midst of the coaching speculation, the Lakers have made it known that they plan on taking their time to hire a new head coach for the team.
Finally, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced the Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life and was fined $2.5 million dollars for his racist comments caught on audio tape.
Check out the biggest stories of the week:
Team In No Hurry To Hire Mike D’Antoni’s Replacement
Steve Kerr Not On Lakers Coaching Candidate List
Brian Shaw Not Interested In Head Coaching Vacancy
Kobe Bryant ‘Will Wish For’ Tom Thibodeau As Next Coach
Los Angeles To Reach Out To John Calipari, Kevin Ollie
Lionel Hollins Expresses Interest In Lakers Coaching Job
Mike D’Antoni Resigns As Head Coach Of Los Angeles Lakers
Magic Johnson ‘Couldn’t Be Happier’ Mike D’Antoni Resigned
James Worthy Will Represent Lakers At NBA Draft Lottery
NBA Bans Donald Sterling For Life, Fines Him $2.5 Million
Hiring Byron Scott Could Appeal To Kyrie Irving
Magic Johnson Responds To Donald Sterling’s Alleged Comments
Mike D’Antoni Resigns As Lakers Head Coach – Magic Johnson Says He Couldn’t Be Happier