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  • Lakers fail to get LaMarcus Aldridge, deal for Roy Hibbert

    LaMarcus Aldridge agreed to contract terms with the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday, representing another off-season in which the Lakers failed to corral the players they wanted.
  • Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA

    Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA
    The Lakers are no longer the Lakers. The basketball world knows it, their front office needs to own it, and the Buss children need to start acting like it if they have any chance of becoming the Lakers again. The Lakers are no longer the Lakers, and...

    AP sources: Mavericks, DeAndre Jordan agree to 4-year deal

    DeAndre Jordan has chosen the Mavericks over the Los Angeles Clippers in what turned into a tense boom-or-bust wait for Dallas in pursuit of the free-agent center. Two people familiar with the deal tell The Associated Press that the NBA rebound leader...

    Lakers don't have much hope of getting LaMarcus Aldridge

    Lakers don't have much hope of getting LaMarcus Aldridge
    The Lakers should be used to this by now, waiting around and hoping the free agent they craved would agree to terms with them. It's the third consecutive summer they've made a pitch — or pitches, in the case of LaMarcus Aldridge — in hopes...

    Brian Schmitz: Who are the NBA free agency winners and losers?

    Brian Schmitz: Who are the NBA free agency winners and losers?
    Wild spending on the first day of free agency in the NBA totaled $1.4 billion, according to ESPN — yes, billion. And that wasn't counting the paydays coming to LaMarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan, two prized big men whose contracts weren't...