Magic Johnson abruptly resigned as the Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations at an impromptu news conference on April 9, leaving the NBA world stunned.
Mark Cuban admits he’s “happier” when the Los Angeles Lakers, not to mention every other NBA team, endure hard times, but the Dallas Mavericks owner nevertheless went to bat for Jeanie Buss despite th
Magic Johnson stunningly resigned as Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations earlier this week, and he has now surfaced on social media to show some love for two of his former colleague
Despite the legitimate built-in reason for the Lakers’ rough patch, rumors have surfaced that coach Luke Walton’s job may not be safe.
Los Angeles Lakers co-owner and CEO Jeanie Buss realized a lifelong dream on Thursday night by performing a set of stand-up comedy at the HaHa Comedy Club in North Hollywood.
Wednesday marked Lakers Night at Dodger Stadium, and co-owner and CEO Jeanie Buss was on-hand to represent the organization.
Jeanie Buss cannot understand why any Los Angeles Lakers fan — even a Kobe Bryant loyalist — could find fault with LeBron James joining the iconic organization.
Los Angeles Lakers co-owner and CEO Jeanie Buss proclaimed this week that even with the arrival of LeBron James, Kobe Bryant still stands alone — and will continue to do so — regardless of
Los Angeles Lakers controlling owner and president Jeanie Buss took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to post a cryptic message that will surely pique the interest of the team’s fans.
Phil Jackson and Jeanie Buss on Tuesday evening announced that after several years of courtship the couple decided to call it quits and end their engagement.
Things have gone off the rails so severely for the New York Knicks this season that Phil Jackson relied on some gallows humor to summarize the sorry state of the team.
Los Angeles Lakers president Jeanie Buss said in an interview that the team is “talking about a bunch of different things” to properly pay tribute next year to Kobe Bryant playing in his
When Los Angeles Lakers president Jeanie Buss made her first comments in reaction to the scathing “ESPN The Magazine” piece by Henry Abbott regarding her team’s veteran superstar, s