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Kobe Bryant has been working with Young, Wes - Kobe Bryant (G/F) Los Angeles Lakers

Head coach Byron Scott said Kobe Bryant has been working out with Wesley Johnson and Nick Young.

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The Lakers finally appear to have landed a coach in Byron Scott, although the team is saying that nothing is official yet.

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LOS ANGELES -- Nick Young's popularity around the NBA has grown thanks in part to his self-appointed "Swaggy P" nickname. But long before that handle became synonymous with Young's high-scoring, light-hearted exploits, he has been known as "I Am Legend" at The Drew League, a summer basketball league in Los Angeles. "I've been a one-man show since I started at the Drew League," Young said on Sunday, explaining his other moniker. "I've been playing at the Drew for a while.

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Orange County Register Jul 26, 2014
Analysis: Hiring Scott was the only smart move the Lakers could make after a disastrous year

Analysis: Hiring Scott was the only smart move the Lakers could make after a disastrous year

When Bryon Scott joined the Lakers in 1983 as a rookie, having been acquired in a trade for the popular Norm Nixon, Norm’s buddies, Magic Johnson and Michael Cooper, put him in the deep freeze for the first part of the season to break him in ......
Chicago Tribune Jul 26, 2014

Report: Lakers, Scott agree on 4-year deal

The  Los Angeles Lakers  and  Byron Scott  have agreed on a four-year, $17 million deal. The Lakers hold a team option on the final year of the deal.

Report: Lakers, Scott agree on 4-year deal

The  Los Angeles Lakers  and  Byron Scott  have agreed on a four-year, $17 million deal. The Lakers hold a team option on the final year of the deal.
Orange County Register Jul 26, 2014
Report: Byron Scott agrees to coach Lakers

Report: Byron Scott agrees to coach Lakers

Bryon Scott has agreed Saturday to become the Lakers’ third head coach since Phil Jackson left and their 25th in franchise history, according to published reports. Scott’s deal is a four-year, $17 million contract, according to ESPN.com with the...

Vincenzo Nibali set to claim victory in Tour de France

Vincenzo Nibali confirmed he will win the Tour de France and two Frenchmen will join him on the podium after a dramatic penultimate stage on Saturday.
Orange County Register Jul 25, 2014
Boozer feels great, eyes a long run with the Lakers

Boozer feels great, eyes a long run with the Lakers

EL SEGUNDO – It didn’t take long for Carlos Boozer to find out what was expected of him now that he is a member of the Lakers. Kobe Bryant delivered the message personally in a telephone call. “Just come ready,” Boozer said of what Bryant...
Orange County Register Jul 25, 2014
Lakers, Scott negotiating a possible head-coaching deal

Lakers, Scott negotiating a possible head-coaching deal

The Lakers have offered Byron Scott the head coaching job and are in negotiations with the former Laker to finalize a deal in what could be the last step of a lengthy process to fill the vacant position. Scott has been considered the front-runner for...

U.S. Olympic leaders encouraged about potential 2024 bid

U.S. Olympic Committee leaders took what they characterized as an important step toward bidding for the 2024 Summer Games, meeting this week with representatives of four cities interested in serving as host.
Orange County Register Jul 25, 2014
Lakers negotiating with Byron Scott

Lakers negotiating with Byron Scott

The Lakers are negotiating with Byron Scott regarding their head coaching job. No deal has been made yet. ESPN first reported that discussions were underway. Scott has been seen as the frontrunner for the job after the Lakers held interviews with...

Byron Scott the right man for Kobe, Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers took their good old time, but they indeed finally settled on a coach as they started contract negotiations Friday with Byron Scott, according to ESPN the Magazine’s Chris Broussard. The first question that comes to mind is: What took so long? It has been nearly three months since Mike D'Antoni resigned on April 30th, accepting a buyout worth approximately half of the $4 million he was due to be paid next season. League sources told me on the night that D’Antoni left that the Lakers would cast a wide net for their coaching search and the sense was that if you...

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