The Lakers have been busy this off-season with a head coaching search, the number seven pick in the NBA Draft, and the upcoming free-agency.
Tuesday saw the Lakers add another name to the list of potential head coaches interviewed. Current Lakers assistant coach Kurt Rambis had an interview with the front office discussing the current vacancy left by Mike D’Antoni.
So far, the Lakers have met with Mike Dunleavy, Byron Scott, and Rambis. Lionel Hollins and Alvin Gentry are expected to have interviews this week as well. Scott believes his relationship with Kobe Bryant gives him an advantage in the search.
As the team continues to scout prospects, news of Steve Nash hosting an NBA TV documentary on the 1984 Draft surfaced. Some believe this year’s draft to be one of the deep draft just as the 1984 one was.
In terms of free agency, rumors emerged over the Lakers’ interest in Carmelo Anthony. It appears the team has no intention of pairing Anthony with Kobe Bryant this summer.
Lakers Nation News
Kurt Rambis Interviews For Lakers’ Job – OC Register
Lakers Player Reviews: Jodie Meeks – ESPN LA
Why Kevin Love’s Impatience Will Change Los Angeles Lakers’ Plans – Bleacher Report
Los Angeles Lakers Minority Owner Patrick Soon-Shiong To Bid On Clippers – Fan Sided
Former Laker Trevor Ariza Lists Lakefront Home Near Orlando – LA Times
Report: Donald Sterling’s Lawyers Say They Have Gotten Offers In Excess Of $2.5 Billion For Clippers – Pro Basketball Talk
Dave Joerger Signs Extension – ESPN
Sources: Wizards nearing extension with coach Randy Wittman – Yahoo! Sports
Pacers’ Paul George Fined $25,000 For Criticizing Officials After Game 4 Loss To Heat – Sports Illustrated
Healthy Dwyane Wade Doesn’t Want Blame If LeBron James Leaves Miami Heat – USA Today
Lakers GM Kupchak Says Next Coach Must Get Most Productivity Out Of Kobe Bryant, Plus Likelihood Of Trading The Pick?