The Lakers finished Week 25, and the 2014-15 season, with a pair of losses to the Sacramento Kings and a 21-61 record -- the worst winning percentage in franchise history.
The team's players met with Coach Byron Scott and General Manager Mitch Kupchak for exit interviews.
Jeremy Lin said his relationship with the Lakers improved despite his benching.
Wesley Johnson looks at free agency as a frustrating process.
Ed Davis, who is expecting to opt out of his contract, could leave the Lakers if another team gives him a more lucrative offer.
Wayne Ellington said he was thankful for the Lakers' support through his personal tragedy after his father's slaying.
Rookie forward/center Tarik Black is just happy to be here.
Rookie Julius Randle leaned on Bryant and Indiana Pacers star Paul George during his rehab from a broken leg.
Ryan Kelly wants to improve his shooting over the off-season.
Duke champion Justise Winslow declared for the draft and may be one of the top prospects.
Kupchak believes the Lakers can be in the "hunt quickly" after another lost season.
Meanwhile, LeBron James claimed first in NBA jersey sales, again.
Bryant is under contract to sell his Newport Coast home.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery on his 68th birthday.
Finally, the Lakers exceeded the cumulative prediction of 18-64 by three wins.