11:47 PM EDT, Wed July 23, 2014

Jordan Hill officially re-signs with Lakers

The Lakers made the signing of free agent Jordan Hill official Wednesday, locking in the 6-foot-10 center/power forward to an estimated two-year, $18-million contract.
Eric Pincus / Los Angeles Times 6 hours ago

Ed Davis officially joins the Lakers' crowded frontcourt

The Lakers introduced Ed Davis on Wednesday after signing the free-agent forward to a two-year contract.

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Pac-12 is poised for a happy ending with new playoff picture

The Pac-12 Conference launched its 2014 football season Wednesday under sunshine and umbrellas at Paramount Pictures — the perfect venue for a league looking to rewrite the script to so many unhappy endings.

After signing Young, Kelly, Lakers have climbed over NBA's salary cap

In signing Nick Young and Ryan Kelly on Monday, the Lakers climbed over the NBA's $63.1-million salary cap.

New law restricts full-contact football practice for high school teams

Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law AB 2127, which prohibits football teams at middle and high schools from holding full-contact practices that exceed 90 minutes a day, limits the number of full-contact practices during the season to two per week and prohibits contact practices during...

Nick Young officially re-signs with Lakers

On Monday, the Lakers officially re-signed free agent guard/forward Nick Young to a four-year, $21.32 million contract.
Sacramento Bee Jul 21, 2014

Data Center: Betrayal! A map of LA Lakers fans in Sacramento

They're out there, in our midst, tens of thousands of Los Angeles Lakers fans. Los Angeles Lakers guard Kent Bazemore (6) misses a lay up in the final minute of play with Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) defending in the fourth quarter on Wednesday April 2, 2014 in the NBA game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif.

Kendall Marshall is claimed off waivers by Milwaukee Bucks

If the Lakers were hoping to re-sign Kendall Marshall after waiving him on Friday -- they won't have that chance.

Bryant 'scared' about post-basketball future

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant says he is “scared” about his future after basketball. Bryant, who turns 36 in August, is under contract with the Lakers for two more seasons. He played just six games last season. After he returned from an Achilles tendon tear, he sustained a season-ending knee injury. Bryant is the subject of a documentary that airs on Showtime in November. “Kobe Bryant's Muse” looks into his life last season when the Lakers went 27-55 as he recovered from the injuries. The absence forced Bryant to think more about his future after his playing days are over....

Angels improve bullpen before beating Mariners, 3-2, in 16 innings

It would be a stretch to say that Friday night’s acquisition of closer Huston Street in a six-player trade with the San Diego Padres filled a critical need for the Angels.

Lakers agree to bring back Wesley Johnson, Xavier Henry, Ryan Kelly

The Lakers fleshed out their roster Friday, agreeing to terms with forwards Wesley Johnson, Xavier Henry and Ryan Kelly.
Lakers bring back Henry, Johnson

Lakers bring back Henry, Johnson

The Lakers will bring back two more members of last year's roster after agreeing to one-year deals Friday with Xavier Henry and Wesley Johnson. The deals bring the Lakers’ roster to 12 after they waived point guard Kendall Marshall. Johnson and...
Lakers will re-sign Xavier Henry, waive Kendall Marshall

Lakers will re-sign Xavier Henry, waive Kendall Marshall

The Lakers are putting the finishing touches on their new roster, which on Friday meant waiving point guard Kendall Marshall and reaching an agreement to sign swingman Xavier Henry to a one-year deal. Henry appeared in 43 games for the Lakers last...

Thibs: Boozer good fit with Lakers

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau believes Carlos Boozer will be a good fit for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. Boozer was claimed off waivers by the Lakers on Thursday. The final year of Boozer's deal was amnestied by the Bulls on Tuesday. "When you look at four years and you win 200 games, he did a terrific job for us," Thibodeau said Friday. "Carlos has had a great career, he did his job here, and we wish him nothing but the best.
Oklahoman Jul 18, 2014
Report: Former Putnam City star Xavier Henry reaches 1-year deal with Los Angeles Lakers

Report: Former Putnam City star Xavier Henry reaches 1-year deal with Los Angeles Lakers

Former Putnam City High School star Xavier Henry has agreed to a 1-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. Henry, 23, is returning to Los Angeles, where he averaged 10 points in 43 games last season before a torn ligament in his wrist hampered his season in April. Henry, who was drafted by the Memphis Grizzlies out of Kansas in 2010, signed with the Lakers in 2013 as a free agent.Read more on NewsOK.com

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