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NBA Rumors: Celtics believe Rich Paul planted story on Kyrie Irving's future
by NBC Sports Boston
14 Feb 2019 at 1:55am
NBA Rumors: Celtics believe Rich Paul planted story on Kyrie Irving's future originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com Anthony Davis' agent, Rich Paul, seemingly did all he could to engineer a deal to send his client from the New Orleans Pelicans to the Los Angeles Lakers before last week's NBA trade deadline, but he was unsuccessful. Davis remained with the Pelicans, and now every team must wait until the summer to pursue the superstar center. One team that couldn't trade for Davis before the deadline was the Boston Celtics, due to a league rule.
Enes Kanter signs with Trail Blazers, reportedly over Lakers
by NBC Sports
13 Feb 2019 at 11:14pm
In 2015, the Trail Blazers signed Enes Kanter to a four-year, near-max offer sheet. The Thunder matched, then later traded him to the Knicks, who recently waived him. After all that, Portland is finally getting its man.
Three key moments to watch in upcoming Anthony Davis trade drama
by NBC Sports
13 Feb 2019 at 1:43am
Anthony Davis will be traded. Just because it didn't happen at the trade deadline last week ? as Davis, his agent Rich Paul, and the Lakers wished and pushed for ? doesn't mean the Pelicans will keep him into next training camp. New Orleans understands it needs to get as much back for Davis as it can to help jumpstart a rebuild, and the Pelicans believed they could get a better deal this off-season than they could in February.
Kyle Kuzma: Lakers need to have fun if they're going to make playoffs
by Yahoo Sports
14 Feb 2019 at 1:42am
Kyle Kuzma said the biggest thing the Lakers need to do to make the postseason is to simply have fun. With just 25 games left, however, that strategy may not be enough.
Getting LeBron was great, but now Magic must avoid going back to 'Tragic'
by Yahoo Sports
13 Feb 2019 at 1:40am
Lakers president Magic Johnson has been making misstep after misstep, and the franchise doesn't have time to waste with an aging LeBron James.
James tops NBA rich list: Forbes
by AFP
13 Feb 2019 at 12:28am
LeBron James remains the top-earning player in the NBA while an increasing number of stars have boosted their income through off-field activities, a Forbes survey revealed Tuesday. Forbes said that Los Angeles Lakers star James was the highest-paid player in basketball for a fifth straight year, pocketing an estimated $88.7 million in 2018-2019. Around $35.7 million of James's earnings came from salary and bonuses, while $53 million was generated through endorsements.
The Lakers are now America's team, for better and worse
by Yahoo Sports
13 Feb 2019 at 5:33am
It wasn't that long ago ? 15 days, to be exact ? that Tom Brady sat behind a podium at Atlanta's State Farm Arena on the NFL's Super Bowl Opening Night and smoothly handled all the love, adulation and attempted humor that came his way. Tuesday night in the same arena, just a few feet from where Brady had set up, LeBron James didn't exactly hear songs of praise: Yes, that's Atlanta's let-the-world-burn fan contingent, shouting, ?Kobe's better! at James.
Report: Luke Walton 'will definitely finish season' as Lakers coach
by Yahoo Sports
13 Feb 2019 at 9:21pm
Despite another loss, this to a basement-dwelling squad, the Los Angeles Lakers are sticking with head coach Luke Walton for at least the remainder of the season, according to a report by Brad Turner at the Los Angeles Times. There have been no internal discussions,? Turner wrote, about an ouster for Walton after the 117-113 loss Tuesday to the Atlanta Hawks and a source said he ?will definitely finish the season,? per the report. Front office united in decision Sources told Turner, per the report, that owner Jeanie Buss, team president Magic Johnson and GM Rob Pelinka are all united in keeping Walton for the rest of the season.
LeBron's Lakers fall to Hawks, Celtics edge 76ers
by Omnisport
13 Feb 2019 at 6:44am
Young also posted 14 assists against the Lakers. Meanwhile, the Boston Celtics held on to beat the in-form Philadelphia 76ers 112-109 on the road. The Celtics did not have star point guard Kyrie Irving, so Al Horford took over the scoring load with 23 points.
NBA finds no wrongdoing by Lakers amid Simmons talk
by Omnisport
13 Feb 2019 at 3:14am
The Los Angeles Lakers were cleared of any wrongdoing by the NBA following the potential contact between president Magic Johnson and Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons. An investigation was launched after Johnson revealed Simmons was interested in exchanging "big guard" secrets with the Lakers great prior to Philadelphia's blow-out win against Los Angeles on Sunday. On Tuesday, the NBA released a statement clearing Johnson and the Lakers of any potential tampering.

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