Baron Davis officially joined the New York Knicks' roster on Monday. But just when exactly he will be able to join his new teammates on the floor is up in the air due to a herniated disk in his back that will keep him off the court for several weeks.
With Baron Davis apparently on his way to the New York Knicks, NBA teams still in the market for a point guard might shift their focus to free agent Gilbert Arenas, who was waived by the Orlando Magic earlier this month. Arenas has indicated he'd like to play
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan reports the Lakers have had internal discussions about pursuing free-agent guard Gilert Arenas. But the team hasn't invited him for a workout and is leaning against signing him. --The Daily News' Elliott Teaford talked to a source w
Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Lakers remain interested in acquiring Cleveland point guard Ramon Sessions. The Times' Mike Bresnahan explains why the Lakers struggle against the Charlotte Bobcats.
Andrew Goudelock had the game of his life. Then he had a scare to follow it. The rookie Lakers guard began feeling ill on the team plane Friday while traveling to Milwaukee. As soon as the plane landed, he went to a hospital and was treated for dehydration.
Lakers Coach Mike Brown acknowledged Tuesday having conversations with General Manager Mitch Kupchak about roster changes, including possibly acquiring free-agent guard Gilbert Arenas. "I asked if he had any thoughts on our games in the past week," Brown said
Another "Mamba" has slithered into Staples Center, and Kobe Bryant doesn't seem to mind. In fact, Bryant is all for it. The self-described Black Mamba has bestowed a similar nickname upon Andrew Goudelock, calling the Lakers rookie guard "Mini-Mamba" because h
Amid all the Lakers' personnel changes, Kobe Bryant maintained the team's current makeup would be good enough to win a championship. But after the Lakers stumbled to a 3-3 record on their six-game trip, leaving their record at 16-12, it's clear Bryant feels th
Just before he spoke, Lakers forward Pau Gasol turned his head. He had just rambled a bit on why the Lakers don't need to make a roster change before letting out the Freudian slip that "we need something." So when I pressed him on that question, Gasol couldn't
Once the ball dropped into the net, Kobe Bryant wore a bored expression. The Lakers' star surely has become used to nailing game-winners, so the one that secured a 94-92 victory Sunday over the Toronto Raptors hardly would have excited him. But it also illustr