Kobe Bryant interview: 'I feel like I'm ahead of schedule'
Kobe Bryant talks to Mike Trudell during the Lakers' game vs. Denver on Tuesday night, discussing his rehab, the look of this season's Lakers and more.
There is talent to be had on the market beyond Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James. Mike Trudell and Mike Bresnahan take a look at the top options, including Lance Stephenson.
Full interview: Lakers star Kobe Bryant sat down with the media on Wednesday to talk about a number of topics, including his physical condition, the Lakers' offseason strategy and more.
A Laker Life: Before Phil Jackson and Pat Riley there was John Kundla, the original great Lakers coach who won five championships of his own -- with a little help from George Mikan. Kundla, the oldest living member of the Hall of Fame, shares his story.
If the Lakers miss out on Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James, they could be looking at resigning Nick Young; may opt to pursue Lance Stephenson or Trevor Ariza.
ESPN LA's Dave McMenamin explains how the Lakers are positioning themselves in order to go after some of the biggest free agents available, including LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony.
Former Lakers star Byron Scott sat down with Chris McGee to discuss the process he's currently going through as he pursues the Lakers head coaching position.
Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak comments on Julius Randle and says he's not concerned about the big man's health issues moving forward.
Julius Randle expressed his excitement after finding out he'll be joining the Lakers next season. While he needs to figure out whether he's physically fit, he expects to play in the Summer League.
Former Lakers star Byron Scott is reportedly the front runner to be the next Lakers head coach. Let's take a look at Scott's coaching resume.
Coach Dave Miller and Chris McGee discuss the mentality the Mamba is going to have next season and the necessity to start controlling his minutes.
The Kentucky power forward worked out at the Lakers facility on Tuesday and spoke to Coach Dave Miller about the possibility of joining the Lakers this fall.
Former Laker Luke Walton says he thinks Phil Jackson was wise to pick Derek Fisher to be the coach of the New York Knicks. Watch "Access SportsNet: Lakers" on Thursday at 7 p.m. for much more.
Indiana big man Noah Vonleh talks to Chris McGee about his strengths as a player and says his versatility will make him an impact player on the next level.
The cameras of 'Backstage: Lakers' followed Jodie Meeks as he fulfilled another long-time dream: graduating college with a degree in Business Administration.
Count it or Doubt it: Coach Dave Miller and Mike Bresnahan talk about coaching moves, free agent possibilities and whether the Heat can win three straight.
A Laker Life: Meet Omri Amrany, Julie Rotblatt Amrany and Itamar Amrany. They are the family that shapes legends into statues including Michael Jordan in Chicago and Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Jerry West and Chick Hearn at Staples Center
A Laker Life: The story of Billy "The Hill" McGill, chapter 1 - McGill is now 74 and has told the story hundreds of times, but still brightens when he shares the tale of a pick-up game in 1956 being interrupted by three NBA Hall of Famers. Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell and Guy Rodgers walked into Denker gymnasium to check out the best high school player in Los Angeles.
A Laker Life: The story of Billy "The Hill" McGill, chapter 3 - A few years after playing the Celtics in the NBA Finals, Billy McGill found himself living in an abandoned house and used the phone at a laundromat to try to find a job. McGill says he was close to the point of no return but he beat back the challenge of being homeless and was ready when an opportunity came along.
A Laker Life: The story of Billy "The Hill" McGill, chapter 2 - His knee cap shattered during a game his junior year. The doctor called it the worst knee injury he’d ever seen. That summer he started by crawling around the track at his high school and by the time school began he was sprinting. The knee would be a constant problem but it didn’t prevent him from getting a second city title and earning a scholarship to Utah.