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Los Angeles Lakers Season Tickets
September 27, 2015
Sunday - TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
Utah Jazz (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 04, 2015
Sunday - 6:00 PM
Stan Sheriff Center
Honolulu, HI
Utah Jazz (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 06, 2015
Tuesday - 9:00 PM
Stan Sheriff Center
Honolulu, HI
Toronto Raptors (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 08, 2015
Thursday - 7:00 PM
Citizens Business Bank Arena
Ontario, CA
Sacramento Kings (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 13, 2015
Tuesday - 7:00 PM
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Las Vegas, NV
Golden State Warriors (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 17, 2015
Saturday - 7:00 PM
Valley View Casino Center
San Diego, CA
Golden State Warriors (Preseason) at Los Angeles Lakers
October 22, 2015
Thursday - 7:00 PM
Honda Center
Anaheim, CA

Los Angeles Lakers News

The Lakers introduced their three new players last week. Brandon Bass, Roy Hibbert and Lou Williams spoke in front of the media, addressing how they can help the team. One question neither of them could answer was whether Bryant has reached to them. And while nobody said yes, they all said they can co-exist in the same team as Bryant, preaching his ability to draw defenses and opening the court for others. And while most would assume the offseason is finished for the Lakers, latest reports suggest otherwise. Apparently, the Lakers are in the market for a backup point guard. Even though the team has a log jam in the backcourt, the Lakers intend to sign veteran point guard Andre Miller. Miller will serve backup to D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson, as the Lakers do not want risking being left without a backup at PG if an injury occurs. In the meantime, swingman Nick Young has apparently met with GM Mitch Kupchak and was assured the team will not trade him

The Los Angeles Lakers are coming off there worst season in franchise history while looking ahead to the future. This offseason the Los Angeles Lakers selected D'Angelo Russell with the #2 overall pick and took Larry Nance Jr with the 27th overall pick. Lakers should see this upcoming season be an exciting one after taking D'Angelo Russell, Kobe Bryant and Julius Randle coming back and Jordan Clarkson being one of the most impressive players in the summer league. The Lakers have also acquired 2 time All Star Roy Hibbert from the Indiana Pacers in exchange for a 2nd round pick, they also signed the reigning 6th man of the year Lou Williams from the Toronto Raptors and they also signed veteran big man Brandon Bass from the Boston Celtics. With a young core of D'Angelo Russell, Julius Randle, and Jordan Clarkson where they get to learn from the legend Kobe Bryant the Los Angeles Lakers have a shot to compete for the playoffs and have a young core for years to come.

The Lakers should be happy with the way their players are performing during the Summer League in Orlando. Clarkson and Russell are proving they deserve playing time and that they can function together. Clarkson scored 19 and 23 points in the first two games during Summer League, showing he is still the guy that averaged more than 15 points and 5 assists as a starting point guard for the Lakers last year. D’Angelo Russell, on the other hand, is showing signs that he is an excellent playmaker, but also a raw talent. He had seven turnovers in his debut, but he is well aware that he must improve in that aspect of his game. The Lakers also finally got a big man in free agency, trading a future second round pick for Roy Hibbert. The Pacers center will have a chance to shine in LA, as the team is deficient with big men. If Hibbert can prove a valuable piece, the Lakers can resign him next summer. If not, he is off the books and LA is left with tons of cap space. Pay attention to future possible trades, as the Lakers now have a logjam in the backcourt, with Clarkson, Russell, Bryant and Nick Young. Nick is probably the player that will get traded.

After missing out on the big name free agents, the Lakers are opting for the same approach they made last year: sign players on one year contracts and hope for a better summer. The Lakers missed out on Lamarcus Aldridge, Greg Monroe, Robyn Lopez, DeAndre Jordan all other big man free agents. Their next step is a trade for Roy Hibbert. The trade cannot be executed until July 9, when the moratorium for trades is lifted. However, the framework of the trade is arranged, as the Lakers will absorb Hibbert’s contract into their cap space. Hibbert is in the last year of his contract, which helps the Lakers have money for the Summer of 2016. The Lakers president Jeanie Buss said last week that Jim Buss will have to resign if he fails to get Lakers back in contention in the next two years. She said that the three year rebuilding plan is still in place, and Jim has two more years to get the Lakers not just in the playoffs, but in the second or third round of it.

The Lakers surprised many when they selected point guard D’Angelo Russell with the second pick in the 2015 draft. While many expected the Lakers to select the second best big man, Jahlil Okafor, the Lakers went a different route. Now, the team faces another challenge in their goal of rebuilding and getting back on the top. The Lakers must find a dependable center, and it looks like their options have shrunk. Marc Gasol recently said he has no interest in signing with the Lakers due to the way the team acted with his brother Pau Gasol. The Lakers are still in the Cousins sweepstakes, but they will also talk with free agent Greg Monroe. Monroe is not a top 5 center, but he is dependable. The problem is he might have a high asking price, a max contract that the Lakers will be reluctant to give him. They will also target free agent forward/center Lamarcus Aldridge per rumors.

According to the latest rumors, it is more and more likely that Dwayne Wade will end up in a Lakers jersey. Rumors are the shooting guard and the storied franchise share mutual interest. Wade will turn 34 years this year, and he is looking for one last fat contract of his career. According to rumors, the Miami Heat are not interested in giving Wade the money he seeks. Therefore, a Lakers team with tons of cap space and tendency of playing stars big money are emerging as a likely scenario. The move would pair two of the best shooting guards of the last decade, Kobe and Wade. In other Lakers news, the team must prepare for the draft that will be held on June 25. The Lakers have the second pick, and will likely draft one of the top two big men available at the spot. There were rumors the team was willing to trade the pick for a good veteran player, but it is more likely that the team will use the pick, since it will be their highest since the franchise drafted Magic Johnson.

There are two distinctive rumors that the Lakers will pick with the second overall pick in this June’s draft. The draft will be held on June 25, and according to many sources and reports, two targets emerge as the Lakers pick. The first one is Jahlil Okafor, who by many sources is considered a lock at No.2, after the Minnesota Timberwolves pick Karl-Anthony Towns. Okafor is considered the more polished offensive player, and the Timberwolves need more defense. The Lakers on the other hand, consider Okafor the perfect center next to Julius Randle. Different sources, on the other hand, suggest that point guard D'Angelo Russell is the man the Lakers will select with their second pick. According to several reports, the Lakers have promised Russell he is their man, and the speculations rose when Russell backed off the workout for the Philadelphia 76ers. Russell called in sick, just days after he had official workout with the Los Angeles Lakers.

The Lakers have been subject of many rumors in the past week. Some of them are plausible, some are not. One of the rumors is that the Lakers are secretly all in for trading their No.2 pick in the draft in exchange for a proven player that can help immediately, and not wait for 2-3 years for that player to develop. Possible targets for such scenarios are Kevin Love and DeMarcus Cousins. The Cleveland Cavaliers have good things going on for them, and forward Thristan Thompson is due for a raise. Getting some fresh, young players will be beneficial for the Cavs in the long run, and it will extend their window. But it is unknown whether Lebron is prepared to play along, given the uncertainty of Kyrie Irving’s injury. The Kings are also a possible partner for the Lakers, even though they gave Cousins extension in 2013. This is the last year they can rebuild around the big man, or they can choose a different route.

With the No.2 pick in this year’s draft in their pocket, the Lakers front office and fans shift their attention towards free agency and speculation who should the Lakers sign, and who should they draft. The Lakers will have to wait and see who Minnesota drafts at No.1, and then make their pick. However, in free agency, there will be a number of options for the Lakers. Much will depend on other factors, such as players staying with their former team, but the Lakers hope they can pry at least one star player to join the Lakers. Many rumors point that Kevin Love will be prime target for the Lakers in the offseason, but Love recently said he is 90% sure he will stay with the Cavaliers past this season. Which will essentially turn the Lakers focus towards Marc Gasol, another free agent expected to stay with his current team. Some options for medium quality players include Patrick Beverley and Brandan Wright. There is a report Dwayne Wade might consider joining the Lakers, but the Lakers should be wise not to spend their money on a veteran like Wade.

Two important events marked last week for the Lakers. First, they managed to keep their pick in the 2015 draft, winning the second pick. The Lakers will have plenty of options, and they can go several ways. Much will depend what who the Minnesota Timberwolves choose as the first pick, but it seems more and more likely that the Lakers will be able to choose Duke’s freshman Jahlil Okafor. Okafor is limited offensively, but he is one of the best true centers in the draft, and has the potential to be a great defensive center. Okafor and Julius Randle will make a great inside combo, but one of them, probably Randle will have to develop an outside shot and jumper. The second important news is that Kobe Bryant denied the reports that he will retire after next season. Kobe took to Twitter to announce that he has no intentions to retire following next year, which will be the last of his contract. Kobe is scheduled to make $25 million next year, and general manager Mitch Kupchak mentioned that Bryant seemed likely ready to move on.

In the wake of the preliminary draft lottery, the Lakers are hopeful they can keep one of their biggest assets for improvement, their draft pick. The Lakers are the fourth worst team, giving them 11% of landing the top pick. However, their pick is top 5 protected, and if it falls out of the top 5, the Philadelphia 76ers get the pick. Orlando, Sacramento, Detroit, Denver, Utah and Charlotte are teams that might leapfrog the Lakers for the top 3 picks. If two of those teams leapfrog the Lakers, the pick goes to the Sixers. They also hold the 27th pick in the draft thanks to the Jeremy Lin trade. However, picking that high is not something that appeals the Lakers. The draft combine is already in full steam, and the Lakers are looking at prospective prospects. One of the players the Lakers are looking at is Willie Cauley-Stein, the best true defensive center in the draft. He is raw on offense, but defensively, Cauley-Stein can be the next DeAndre Jordan or Tyson Chandler.

With free agency looming, the list of possible targets for the Lakers keeps getting bigger with every day. The latest rumors are that the Lakers will be targeting Bulls guard Jimmy Butler in free agency as their prime target. The Lakers are ready to offer maximum contract to Butler, a guard they see as a very humble, down to earth complementary player next to Kobe Bryant for the next season, and as the de facto star in the future. One week ago rumors were Kevin Love will be the primary target for the Lakers, but with Julius Randle on a rookie contract, the Lakers believe they are good on the power forward position. Other newcomers on the list are Demarre Carroll, Hawks wing and perfect 3 and D player. Carroll will have lots of suitors this summer, and the Lakers with their money and appeal might lure him from Atlanta.

While some teams are still in the playoffs, the Lakers have shifted their focus towards free agency. With the start of free agency looming, the rumors about who and what the Lakers should target on the market are spreading like disease. The latest word out of the Lakers camp is that they will target Rondo, but the team has higher priorities. One possible explanation is that the Lakers might look to close other holes, then search for a point guard. And the emergence of Jordan Clarkson means they might have their PG of the future. Kevin Love is certainly a priority for the Lakers, and even though the power forward has a great situation in Cleveland, the Lakers are confident they can sway him. Other targets include Lamarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan according to rumors. The Lakers will also have to decide what to do with Nick Young, a player many speculate will get traded. The shooting guard is signed through 2016-2017 at $5 million per year and has a player option for 2017-2018.

The Lakers finish the 2014 – 2015 regular season with three loses, and with the fourth worst record in the league. Limping to the end of the regular season with just 8 players available for the last game with the Kings, the Lakers wrap up this historically bad season as the worst in franchise history. Their winning percentage of .256 is the worst in the history of the team. Previously worst winning percentage was the one of the 57-58 Minneapolis Lakers (.264, 19 wins, 53 loses). The Lakers now turn their eyes towards the draft lottery, where they have a chance to end up with the first pick. The Lakers hold the fourth worst record in the league, and unless two teams jump in front of them, they will keep the pick. The pick goes to the 76ers if it ends outside of the top 5.

With six games to go in the regular season the 2015 NBA season cant end quick enough for the 20-56 Los Angeles Lakers. Los Angeles surpassed last season’s losing record as the losingest in franchise’s history. With the injury to Kobe Bryant earlier in the season, the retirement of Steve Nash and Nick Young being out for the season. LA is looking forward to the off season.

Following a win versus Orlando and a loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Lakers host the Miami Heat. The duel will feature two great shooting guards that haven’t been healthy in the past few seasons in Bryant and Wade. Bryant missed both the Orlando and the Portland game, as he was given rest by coach Byron Scott. He will in uniform today, ready to go. With Bryant in street clothes, Jeremy Lin carried the load versus Orlando with 18 points and 6 assists, while Boozer grabbed 14 rebounds.

Los Angeles Lakers History

Much like a lot of teams in the NBA, the Lakers have had a long and complicated history. The team has moved from Buffalo to San Diego and finally to Los Angeles since their inception in 1970. The team moved to Los Angeles to become the Los Angeles Lakers in 1984. The one constant has been fans who have always bought Los Angeles Lakers tickets in high numbers, no matter where the team was. Unfortunately, success has not followed the Lakers in the same way that the fans have. They have never won anything of significance in the NBA. 0 division, state, and NBA titles is a poor return for a franchise that has a huge supporter base. Fans will be hoping that the next two or three seasons bring about a different story. In fact, the Los Angeles Lakers tickets holders have only seen the playoffs a total of eight times in their long history. That is a disappointing return for any NBA team. There were a couple of playoff seasons where fans begin to wonder if they would finally make an NBA finals appearance, but it was just not meant to be. However, those who bought Los Angeles Lakers tickets for the playoffs were delighted just to be able to see such high intensity, end of season clashes. Los Angeles Lakers tickets sell remarkably well for a team with little success. While not all games are sell outs, most of the major clashes have Los Angeles tickets sales being very good. The past few years have seen even more drawn to watch them at the Staples Center, with the likes of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul being members of the roster. Lakers fans will be hoping a division or Conference title is not far away.

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2015 Los Angeles Lakers Schedule

The 2015 Los Angeles Lakers season will be filled with both excitement and sadness as Los Angeles fans may be witnessing the last games of NBA super star Kobe Bryant if it's his final season with the Lakers. With Lakers Coach Bryan Scott at the helm the LA will be looking to make a moves to hopefully bring them back to the glory that their fans have become accustom to. The Lakers will have to tough 2015 season as not only is the Western Conference stacked with great teams and players the Pacific Division will feature games against the World Champion Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings. The West will also bring multiple games against the Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, OKC Thunder, Portland Trail Blazers and the San Antonio Spurs to the Staples Center to square off in the 2015 Lakers season of home games. The Lakers schedule of home and road games will be a tough one.

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