Dwight Howard Returns To Lakers, Joining Carmelo Anthony

Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James (23) is victorious, hugging Dwight Howard (39) after winning Game 6 and series vs Miami Heat at AdventHealth Arena on Oct. 10, 2020. (Photo by David E. Klutho/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images) August 2, 2021 (Updated Aug. 3) By Terrance Turner Dwight Howard is headed back to the Los Angeles … Continue reading Dwight Howard Returns To Lakers, Joining Carmelo Anthony

Wizards Trade Russell Westbrook to Lakers

July 29, 2021 By Terrance turner The Washington Wizards are trading Russell Westbrook to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Kyle Kuzma, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Montrezl Harrell, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowrski. The Wizards are sending 2024 and 2028 second-round picks to the Lakers to complete the deal, sources told Wojnarowski. The deal is not … Continue reading Wizards Trade Russell Westbrook to Lakers

Lakers Win NBA Championship (UPDATED)

By Terrance Turner Oct. 11, 2020 (Updated Nov. 20, Dec. 22) The Los Angeles Lakers have won the NBA Championship. The Lakers won Game 6 after a commanding Finals performance, defeating the Miami Heat 106-93. This is the 17th championship for the franchise (tied for the most all-time). The Lakers reacted with jubilance to the … Continue reading Lakers Win NBA Championship (UPDATED)

NBA Players Launch Historic Boycott for Jacob Blake

By Terrance Turner The shooting of unarmed Black man Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sunday has led to a historic move. In response to the shooting, the Milwaukee Bucks -- who play just 40 miles north of Kenosha -- decided to sit out tonight's Game 5. The Milwaukee Bucks, Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets, Oklahoma … Continue reading NBA Players Launch Historic Boycott for Jacob Blake

Making Sense of a Madcap Weekend

By Terrance Turner On Saturday night, I was watching CNN's coverage of the South Carolina primary when I learned that Tom Steyer was dropping out of the race. While surprised, I eventually saw the event in more pragmatic terms. I never expected Steyer to become the nominee, and spending millions of dollars on South Carolina … Continue reading Making Sense of a Madcap Weekend