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D'Angelo Russell & Coach

Los Angeles Lakers Wasted D’Angelo Russell His Rookie Season; They Can’t Afford to Waste Another

Posted on 22 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The Los Angeles Lakers are hoping this season is the beginning of a new, successful era. D’Angelo Russell had a frustrating rookie season playing under possibly the worst coach in the NBA. He feels this year is going to be different. More

D'Angelo Russell

Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview: Rising From the Ashes Worshiping One Player

Posted on 21 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

Ding dong, the witch is retired, to paraphrase a song from a famous movie. Kobe Bryant is gone, off in retirement, and the Los Angeles Lakers are finally free to rebuild and start improving, with Luke Walton overseeing the project from the sidelines, and the young core of D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, Brandon Ingram and Julius Randle will try to put the most illustrious NBA franchise back where it’s used to being. More

Clarkson, Russell

Los Angeles Lakers: The No Kobe Bryant Experiment

Posted on 9 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

Was Kobe Bryant holding the Los Angeles Lakers back in recent years? We’re going to find out in 2016-2017, as the franchise moves away from the shadow of one man, trying to build something new with Luke Walton making his debut as head coach, trying to succeed with D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, Brandon Ingram and others, all treading in new territory. More

Andre Drummond

NBA Rumors – Warriors Need More Draymond Green, Not Just Stephen Curry

Posted on 17 Jan, 2016, by in NBA

For a team that’s on pace to finish with the best record in NBA history, two losses in three games sounds like a crisis. But the Golden State Warriors getting beat 113-95 by the Detroit Pistons just goes to show that they’re human, and Draymond Green is a lot more important to them than the scoring of Stephen Curry. More

Steve Kerr

NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors Closer to Getting Their Coach Back

Posted on 16 Dec, 2015, by in NBA

The Golden State Warriors haven’t had any problem doing just fine without Steve Kerr. But NBA records broken or not, their head coach, who only led them to an NBA championship a few months ago, is one step closer to getting back to the sidelines. More