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Lakers signing Earl Clark, according to report

The Lakers are preparing to welcome back a familiar face in Earl Clark. The Los Angeles Lakers are preparing their first roster move of the season and are expected to sign free agent Earl Clark, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The Lakers' roster issues have gotten worse following Xavier Henry's season-ending Achilles injury, but the team has been granted two disabled player exceptions for both Julius Randle and Steve Nash since they were both ruled out for the year. The signing is not official yet. Clark previously played with the Lakers during the '12-13 season, but left Los...
Lakers Now | Los Angeles Times 2 hours ago

Lakers to sign Earl Clark, likely waive Xavier Henry

The Lakers are involved in discussions to reunite with one of their former players but haven't officially signed Earl Clark.

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3 Points: Any downside to not practicing?

Each week, ESPN.com Lakers beat writer Baxter Holmes, along with ESPN.com NBA writers Ramona Shelburne and Arash Markazi, will weigh in on three questions that are on the minds of Los Angeles Lakers followers. 1. Is there any potential downside to having Kobe Bryant sit out practices so he can play more in games? Holmes: None that really matter. From fans to television viewers to season-ticket holders to corporate sponsors, Lakers coaches and teammates, everyone is better served if Bryant is in the best position to play well when the lights are on.
Lakers assessing options for adding players

Lakers assessing options for adding players

EL SEGUNDO – The pieces that would allow the Lakers to bolster their depleted roster by signing another player are quickly coming together. Despite being at the league maximum of 15 players on their roster, the Lakers' rash of injuries have opened...
Lakers try to keep Kobe in top shape

Lakers try to keep Kobe in top shape

EL SEGUNDO – The Lakers are conducting something of a physiological experiment these days. The hypothesis: The effects of advanced age on an NBA player are better combated by reduced practice time than by fewer minutes in games. The subject: Kobe...
Los Angeles Times Nov 25, 2014

Kobe Bryant's short shots for Lakers lead to change in routine

It's an impressive concept, really, Kobe Bryant leading the NBA in scoring at age 36.
Lakers receive $4.85M injury exception for Nash

Lakers receive $4.85M injury exception for Nash

The NBA has awarded the Lakers a diabled player exception worth $4.85 million to compensate for the absence of Steve Nash, who will miss the season with recurring nerve issues in his back. The Lakers may use the exception to sign or trade for a...

Lakers awarded $4.85-million disabled player exception for Steve Nash

The NBA on Tuesday awarded the Lakers a $4.85-million disabled player exception for injured point guard Steve Nash.

Kobe Bryant empathizes with Xavier Henry over Achilles' tendon tear

Xavier Henry's Achilles' tendon injury in the Lakers' practice on Monday brought Kobe Bryant right back to his own 2013 injury.

Kobe Bryant's latest opponent: Fatigue in his legs

Kobe Bryant’s shot keeps falling short, especially in the second half of recent games. He’s well aware of it.

Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash express outrage on Ferguson decision

On the heels of Monday's grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo., not to charge a white police officer in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed black man, two Lakers took to Twitter to express their outrage.

Kobe empathizes with injured Henry

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- When Los Angeles Lakers reserve swingman Xavier Henry ruptured his left Achilles tendon on Monday, Kobe Bryant had flashbacks. "It took me right back to that place again," Bryant said after practice Tuesday. Bryant ruptured his left Achilles in April 2013, costing him the rest of that season. Henry had surgery Tuesday to repair his Achilles, which will cost him the rest of this one. Henry's injury occurred during a non-contact drill in Monday's practice.

Kobe working to stay fresh through season

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Kobe Bryant has been feeling fatigued and his shots have been falling short. The veteran Los Angeles Lakers star hopes a change up his routine to help fix that issue and to also keep him fresh during the course of a long season. After consulting with Lakers strength and conditioning coach Tim DiFrancesco, Bryant said he'll focus more on taking ice baths on some days and on extra lower body weightlifting on others. And on some non-game days, such as Tuesday, he'll do almost nothing.
Orange County Register Nov 24, 2014
Former coach, GM Kundla, 98, foresees Lakers comeback

Former coach, GM Kundla, 98, foresees Lakers comeback

John Kundla is a longtime Lakers fan, and perhaps one of the most loyal members of Lakers Nation. He certainly is one of the oldest. So it’s understandable that the 98-year-old Minnesota resident doesn’t see many of the flaws that mark this...

Lakers: Week 5 predictions

The Lakers won back-to-back road games against the Atlanta Hawks and Houston Rockets, before getting smashed by the Dallas Mavericks. An overtime loss on Sunday at home to the Denver Nuggets gave the Lakers a 2-2 week -- an improvement after a miserable 1-9 start.

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  • Ryan Kelly

    Ryan Kelly

    Lakers' Ryan Kelly hopes off-season MMA training helps on the court

  • Wayne Ellington

    Wayne Ellington

    Wayne Ellington calls father's unexpected death 'lowest of all lows'

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