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Report: Lakers sign Vander Blue to two-way contract

The Los Angeles Lakers have filled their last roster spot with the addition of guard Vander Blue. According to Shams Charania of the Vertical, the two sides agreed to a two-way contract that will allow the former G-League MVP to play for the team’s affiliate, the South Bay Lakers. 143 more words

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Jordan Clarkson: "I can win Sixth Man"

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Lou Williams, the former Laker guard and mystical foul-drawing wizard, was in the running for Sixth Man of the Year last year even though the Lakers were horrible. 325 more words

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Lonzo Ball Says LaVar Ball Is 'The GOAT' In NBA Rookie Video

The Ball Family is very close. Lonzo Ball is set to make his official rookie debut for the Los Angeles Lakers, LiAngelo is set to star for the UCLA Bruins in his freshman year, and 16-year-old LaMelo is driving around in a Lamborghini after being pulled out of high school to focus on basketball. 258 more words

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Lonzo Ball of course says LaVar Ball is ‘the GOAT’ in NBA rookie video

Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball’s father LaVar Ball has said tons of outlandish things. LaVar is a huge character who loves attention and loves to bring attention to his sons. 178 more words

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Roy Hibbert: Kobe Bryant predicted Donald Trump's presidential victory

The NBA season is tipping off this week and in anticipation of it, The Ringer had an “NBA Preview Palooza” in which they talked to a number of NBA guests about the upcoming season. 221 more words

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to receive MRI for possible broken nose

One of the biggest moves of the offseason for the Los Angeles Lakers was signing shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The 25-year-old was given a one-year deal and is expected to bring a level of perimeter defense that the team has been lacking in recent years. 192 more words

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Marcelo Huertas Didn't Enjoy the Leadership Styles of Kobe Byrant or Brandon Ingram

Marcelo Huertas signed with Saski Baskonia over the summer, returning to Europe after two very unimpressive seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers. While there’s not much memorable about his time on the court, he was there for Kobe Bryant’s retirement tour. 270 more words

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