Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka has long extolled his philosophy that superstar players are “like partners” with the front office.
Kobe Bryant was tangentially mentioned in a blockbuster piece from ESPN’s Baxter Holmes that chronicles the Los Angeles Lakers’ stunning organizational dysfunction, and Stephen A.
ESPN published a bombshell report Tuesday detailing the widespread organizational dysfunction plaguing the Los Angeles Lakers the past several seasons, and one anecdote in the piece concerning how gen
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 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
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.
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka held a press conference Wednesday and not surprisingly it revolved heavily around the celebrated acquisition of LeBron James.