7:44 AM EDT, Fri September 30, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle

Bob Myers says Steve Kerr’s health is ‘trending in the right direction’

Myers said Kerr is “trending in the right direction” after missing most of training camp and the first 43 games of last season with complications stemming from back surgery. Kerr underwent back surgery in July 2015, weeks after the Warriors won the 2014-15 NBA championship. Kerr appointed Luke Walton, in just his second season as an NBA assistant, as Golden State’s interim head coach. Kerr received official credit for the wins Walton oversaw, and was named NBA Coach of the Year in April (Walton tied for eighth in the voting). With Walton now the Lakers’ head coach, assistant...

Los Angeles Times

Lakers' Julius Randle has stitches removed from hand

Lakers forward Julius Randle had the stitches removed from his left hand this week, Lakers spokesman John Black said.  Randle suffered a laceration to the webbing between his middle and ring finger in the last week of August during an off-season workout. Because the injury was to Randle's nondominant...

Kobe Bryant Surprises Young Girl, Diagnosed With Cerebral Palsy

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant makes a young girl's day when he meets with her before a game. Marina is 11 years old and has cerebral palsy. After selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery in June, she had to relearn how to walk, but she says today was the

Byron Scott on Julius Randle: 'Almost A Walking Double Double'

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Byron Scott talks about Larry Nance, Jr.s knee injury, Join the Largest Lakers Fan Site in the World!