Last season, the Los Angeles Lakers had players miss 319 games due to injury which was one of the highest totals since the statistic has been recorded spanning over 30 plus years. On Friday the Lakers got news with which they are very familiar. Continue reading Nick Young out 6 to 8 Weeks
The Los Angeles Lakers enter the 2014-2015 NBA season with numerous unanswered questions, from the health status of certain players such as Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash, to which players will crack the starting line-up. One of the few things that are not in question is that Bryant will be the leader of this team; leading both on the court if physically able to play and verbally from the sidelines and in the locker room. Continue reading Who will be the Lakers number 2 scorer: Boozer, Young or Lin?
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Once the Lakers were informed they struck out in their pursuit of Carmelo Anthony, they moved forward and came to an agreement to bring back both Jordan HIll and Nick Young. Continue reading Lakers Bring Back Nick Young and Jordan Hill
Nick Young has captured the heart of the Los Angeles Lakers fanbase with his infectious smile, boyish behavior on the court and by straight balling this season. TMZ caught up with Young when leaving a club and he’s every bit the smooth, fun, easy going and happy-go-lucky persona we see on the court. Continue reading Video: Nick Young Having Fun on Camera for TMZ
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After his 41 point performance last night in Salt Lake City that helped the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Utah Jazz, 119-105, Nick Young was in a pretty good mood; so much so that Young spent about an hour or so on Twitter this afternoon answering some questions from fans. The questions posed to Young ran the gamut, from his plans to get married to his favorite raper, anything was on the table. Here are a few of our favorite questions and answers from Swaggy P: Continue reading Nick Young Interview with Fans on Twitter
The Lakers season will mercifully come to an end in 2 weeks where they will likely finish with the worst record in Los Angeles Lakers history. Seven long months of disappointment, injuries, frustration and most of all, losing, will finally be over. Continue reading Jordan Hill and Nick Young Thinking of Life After Lakers