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Tania Ganguli

Tania Ganguli covers the Lakers for the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she spent six years covering J.J. Watt’s avocado consumption and other NFL subjects for the Florida Times-Union, Houston Chronicle and ESPN. An Arcadia High School and Northwestern University graduate, she has also covered high school sports, NASCAR, the Orlando Magic and one boat race for the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Orlando Sentinel.
Lakers' front office indicates mutual interest in re-signing Julius Randle, but agent says their priorities are unclear

General manager Rob Pelinka told The Times the Lakers' front office is constantly in touch with Julius Randle’s representatives, and there has been “a mutual exchange of interest and hoping that we can work something out for both sides.” Randle’s camp is unsure how mutual it has been.

Lakers want to build around young core but have told teams no player is untouchable in trades

While the Lakers like their young core and would prefer to keep those players growing together while building around them, the club has told teams none of their players is untouchable in trades, according to multiple sources.

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