Lakers Rumors & News Recap: Jerry Sloan on Lakers’ Radar? Reviewed by Momizat on . The rumors have started to run rampant in the City of Angels once again with the Los Angeles Lakers being linked to a possible coaching change in the next month The rumors have started to run rampant in the City of Angels once again with the Los Angeles Lakers being linked to a possible coaching change in the next month Rating:
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Lakers Rumors & News Recap: Jerry Sloan on Lakers’ Radar?

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The rumors have started to run rampant in the City of Angels once again with the Los Angeles Lakers being linked to a possible coaching change in the next month or so.

Although only three games have been played so far in the 2012-13 NBA season, the Lakers are already struggling with a 1-3 record heading into Wednesday night’s matchup against the Utah Jazz. Despite Lakers Executive VP Jim Buss claiming that head coach Mike Brown is safe with the backing of the entire front office in Los Angeles including GM Mitch Kupchak and owner Jerry Buss, Lakers fans aren’t so certain.

Ironically enough, with the Lakers headed to Salt Lake City, the one rumor that has started to heat up is legendary head coach Jerry Sloan giving the NBA one more shot and considering the Lakers as a good place to start. 

Even though it is way too early to speculate a potential change at head coach with only a few games played in the regular season, anything can happen in Los Angeles with Sloan possibly on the team’s radar if things continue to go sour with Brown at the helm.

Along with all the rumors surrounding Brown’s job status, there’s been a lot of buzz in Los Angeles about Metta World Peace changing positions, Steve Nash’s injury timetable and Barack Obama getting re-elected.

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Kobe Bryant Hopes He’ll Be At 90% By Wednesday’s Game [LA Times]

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Limiting Kobe Bryant’s Playing Time Easier Said Than Done [LA Times]

New Reserves Antawn Jamison, Jodie Meeks Not Wowing As Hoped [LA Times]

Blake Remorseful After Being Fined for Interaction With Fan [OC Register]

Ding: Lakers Give Mike Brown Time to Show His Strength [OC Register]

First Victory Lightens Mood for Lakers [OC Register]

Cox Picks Up Lakers Network [OC Register]

Mike Brown Says Expect to See Metta World Peace at Shooting Guard [ProBasketballTalk]

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  • Betto

    I would give MB till December, with this much talent the Lakers should be blowing away all this weaker teams, all I see is wrong players on rotations and players are coaching themselves. Jerry Sloan is the coach I thought the Lakers would get after Phil, if the Lakers don’t improve from here till December, it’s time to move on and get a real coach. They should try and trade Pau too, would like for him to play the way he did in the Olympics for Spain but all we seen him is being soft.

  • fed up

    get that mf out now and someone slap the shit out jim buss dumb ass for hiring that lame ass guy and saying he 100 percent behind him thats what happens when spoiled brats take over the buisness is it not bad enough he has already destroyed the other franchises his father let him run

  • Cheshire_Cat

    Betto… Trade Pau are you crazy??? He is averaging 15 and 10 rebounds, that doesn’t seem soft to me. That is pretty damn good with so many other scorers on the floor. Besides, why does everyone think he needs to be a power player, that has never been his role.

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