Tania Ganguli covered the Lakers for the Los Angeles Times from 2016-20. Previously, she spent six years covering football, first for the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Fla., then the Houston Chronicle and ESPN. An alumnus of Northwestern University and Arcadia High School, she has written about everything from high school sports to college football to boat racing during the past 15 years.
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Across the country, people began to reflect on what it meant for a white officer to be convicted in the killing of a Black man.
The shooting of Daunte Wright yet again ignited tensions in the Minneapolis area.
Residents and community activists of Brooklyn Center, a suburb north of Minneapolis, call for justice in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
The new Lakers season begins this week with training camp and tips off Dec. 22 with season openers. Here a final time Tania Ganguli catches you up on Lakerland.
Danny Green de los Lakers se une a la campaña para cambiar la percepción de los negros rompiendo los estereotipos que vemos en la publicidad y los medios
Lakers’ Danny Green joins campaign to change perception of Black people by breaking the sterotypes we see in advertising and media.
The Lakers won the franchise’s 17th NBA championship. In this week’s newsletter we hear from players on how they felt about it.
Después de las disputas familiares y la agitación en la organización de los Lakers, Jeanie Buss finalmente se lleva el trofeo como dueña del campeonato de la NBA
After family squabbles and upheaval in the Lakers organization, Jeanie Buss finally gets to hold the trophy as an NBA championship owner.
The Lakers defeated the Miami Heat, 106-93, in Game 6 of the NBA Finals in Orlando, Fla., to win the NBA championship.