Dan Woike is the Lakers beat writer for the Los Angeles Times after spending two seasons covering the league as a whole, with an emphasis on Los Angeles’ teams. His work has been honored by the Pro Basketball Writers Assn. He previously covered the Clippers during the “Lob City” era for the Orange County Register, spending most of the past decade chasing NBA teams around the country. He’s also covered the Chargers, the Angels, the Dodgers and USC while in Los Angeles. A Chicagoan always in search of good pizza on the West Coast, he’s always looking for story tips and ideas.
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Coach Frank Vogel might have been saved from a firing with the Lakers’ gutty win over the Utah Jazz on Monday night, but changes still could occur.
Lakers star Anthony Davis, who has been sidelined for a month because of a sprained knee, has been cleared to begin on-court, full-contact workouts.
Russell Westbrook gets nasty early and Stanley Johnson delivers late as the Lakers earn a 101-95 win over the Utah Jazz on Monday at Crypto.com Arena.
Magic Johnson no se anduvo con rodeos sobre el último desastre de los Lakers, una derrota por 133-96 en Denver que dejó a Los Ángeles por debajo de la marca de .500.
Magic Johnson did not mince words about the Lakers’ latest disaster, a 133-96 loss at Denver that dropped L.A. beneath the .500 mark and prompted an apology from LeBron James.
The Lakers continue their transformation into one of the NBA’s worst defensive units in a 133-96 loss to the Denver Nuggets.
Con todos los desafíos que enfrentan los Lakers, la continuación de la mala racha de Russell Westbrook no ayudó en la derrota por 125-116 ante los Kings.
While Russell Westbrook continues to struggle in the Lakers’ lineup, LeBron James has been a steadying force with a spree of 30-point games.
With all the challenges the Lakers are facing, the continuation of Russell Westbrook’s cold-shooting slump didn’t help in a 125-116 loss to the Kings.
Russell Westbrook no ha estado muy contento últimamente mientras juega de manera inconsistente. Sin embargo, si alguna vez se pone feliz, ¿hará eso que los Lakers sean un mejor equipo?