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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Tried To Channel Kobe On A Self-Alley-Oop That Went Spectacularly Awry

Kobe Bryant had a lot of signature moves throughout his career. Let’s set aside for a moment the fact that many of them were simply Michael Jordan reduxes and home in on one particularly jaw-dropping move that he executed to perfection many times over and was quintessentially his own: the self-alley-oop off the backboard. 200 more words


Lakers Injury News: Lonzo Ball to miss Christmas Day game with shoulder injury

Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball will be out at least one week after suffering a shoulder sprain in the second quarter of the team’s loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. 266 more words

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Will Still Play For The Lakers During A 25-Day Jail Sentence

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope signed a one-year, $18 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers this summer after playing out his rookie contract in Detroit. While an $18 million salary isn’t chump change, Caldwell-Pope was certainly hoping for a long-term deal considering his age and skill set. 314 more words


Kentavious Caldwell-Pope serving 25-day jail sentence while playing for Lakers

Stemming from a DUI arrest last March while he was with the Detroit Pistons, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is now serving a 25-day jail sentence for violating his probation. 253 more words

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Caldwell-Pope's travel limited

EL SEGUNDO — Due to a legal issue, the Los Angeles Lakers will be without Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for some road games for approximately one month. 567 more words


It's time for Julius Randle to be a starter again for the Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton is a big believer in having a strong second unit of players to come off the bench and make an impact. 1,231 more words

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Lakers Guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Can't Leave The State Of California For The Next 25 Days

Former Detriot Pistons guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope signed a 1-year, $18 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers this summer. $18 million for one year of work is nothing to sneeze at, but Caldwell-Pope was hoping to lock down a longer-term deal in free agency, and that offer never materialized. 341 more words