The latest news on that front is that NBA legend Magic Johnson will receive “The Last Dance” treatment with a planned documentary now in the works.
Magic Johnson may no longer be running the Los Angeles Lakers, but the former president of basketball operations argued in a recent interview that the team would not be enjoying as much success early
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.
Magic Johnson did not hold back when discussing his sudden resignation in April, and the former president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers laid the blame squarely on general manage
Magic Johnson abruptly resigned as Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operation last week, and one of the franchise’s icons has observed his fellow Lakers legend looked quite pleased with the
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
The Los Angeles Lakers are on the outside looking in at postseason picture in the competitive Western Conference at the All-Star break, and Charles Barkley believes Magic Johnson should be blamed if t
The Los Angeles Lakers were fully entrenched in trade deadline drama and intrigue, although the organization failed to land its key target. Now, the team will have to deal with the fallout.
Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson is not sweating LeBron James’ left groin injury, especially in light of encouraging news that it’s not considered too serious.
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
Magic Johnson indicated this week that the Los Angeles Lakers are staying the course with their long-term rebuild plan.
Magic Johnson made an appearance Wednesday night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and joked the talk-show host was more likely to receive a call from him than LaVar Ball.
Two of the biggest names in Los Angeles professional basketball shared remarkably similar sentiments when weighing in on the drama spawned by President Donald Trump’s comments related to the NB
Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson indicated on Monday he asked the team take a recently levied tampering fine out of his salary.
Magic Johnson recently claimed that his Showtime-era Los Angeles Lakers squad would have swept this season’s juggernaut version of the Golden State Warriors.