Is Kobe Bryant bored as he rehabs his Achilles? No, says Coach Dave Miller. He's just a competitor who is likely eager and ready to get back to basketball.
Backstage Galaxy: Baggio Husidic shares the emotional story of his family's harrowing escape from the war in Bosnia, dealing with discrimination in Germany and ultimately making its way to the United States.
Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena and Captain Robbie Keane are wary of a much better Chivas USA side as they are set to face them in the first SuperClasico of the season this Sunday.
Pau Gasol returned to practice on Monday after a week of inactivity because of dizziness and nausea, an experience that he described as “scary”.
The legendary Magic Johnson gave Kelli Tennant his thoughts on the future for the Lakers and how important it is to have a healthy Kobe Bryant back next season.
Backstage Galaxy: While General Manager and Head Coach Bruce Arena is looking forward to working with his son Kenny, who was named this year as an assistant coach for the club, they both try to keep work away from home as they focus their attention on family.
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.
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 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.
Nick Young is back and he's not holding back. In this interview with Mike Trudell, Swaggy P. answers whether his nickname is better than 'Big Game' James Worthy and more.