Luke Walton has been said to have been on the hot seat almost the entire season, but the embattled Los Angeles Lakers head coach insists that he has a great relationship with the person who may wield
Speculation abounds that Luke Walton is firmly on the hot seat, but Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka insists the head coach’s job is safe.
Luke Walton insists the reported tense exchange between himself and a handful of veteran players over the weekend has been dealt with and the team has moved on.
Luke Walton’s grasp on the Los Angeles Lakers’ coaching job reportedly has weakened in recent weeks, and a big name is being touted as his potential replacement.
LeBron James took part in some drills with the Los Angeles Lakers Wednesday, but his return from injury will not come Thursday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Despite the legitimate built-in reason for the Lakers’ rough patch, rumors have surfaced that coach Luke Walton’s job may not be safe.
It remains unclear exactly when LeBron James, currently sidelined with a groin injury, will make his return to the Los Angeles Lakers’ lineup.
The Los Angeles Lakers have not surprisingly struggled amid LeBron James’ recent absence due to injury, but Luke Walton’s job reportedly remains safe.
Luke Walton is learning to adapt to the unique challenges inherent to coaching a team that boasts LeBron James on the roster.
LaVar Ball strangely has remained out of the spotlight so far this season.
Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton was on the receiving end of stern lecture from boss Magic Johnson this week over the team’s sluggish start, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and
Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton had his first in-person interaction with LeBron James over the weekend. And not surprisingly Walton was left impressed and encouraged by the meeting.
Stan Van Gundy has joined the growing number of NBA head coaches upset with ESPN’s frequent coverage of LaVar Ball by threatening to boycott the network’s broadcast crew during an upcoming
Luke Walton on Tuesday criticized the New York Knicks organization over its treatment of Phil Jackson, saying he wasn’t “in favor” of his mentor’s firing this past offseason.
Can a surprising — and unrealistic and not at all real — push to get Gregg Popovich-Steve Kerr on the ballot for the 2020 presidential race be in the cards?