El exbase de los Lakers, y muy querido por la afición, Michael "Coop" Cooper diagnosticado con cáncer de lengua. La prognosis no es mala.
Lakers Nation just re-signed a former member as well. Details coming soon.
The big question at hand - how the Lakers worked their numbers to keep Ryan Kelly and how much? - Could have been part/all of Room Exception
Ryan Kelly has also re-sign with Lakers - within 24 hours I should know concrete numbers for Nick Young and Kelly
Can't wait to see Lakers' all power forward lineup against Celtics' all shooting guard lineup next year. It'll be better than the 80s!
Swaggy P officially is staying with the Lakers. News release with Mitch Kupchak quoted: http://t.co/y67KytEc95
Lakers weren't able to sign Jordan Hill or their min. commitments w/o signing Young first
Lakers needed to wait until Kendall Marshall cleared waivers to sign Young - needed to get through Boozer claim first - timing normal
Teams can only sign minimum players for up to 2 yrs unless they use cap room or the Mid-Level - Lakers have no mid but have cap
By my estimation - after signing Young - Lakers should have $507k left in cap room - enough to sign Clarkson to a greater than 2 year deal
Leg injuries will obviously affect Kobe's quickness, but it's good to know the Lakers can still depend on his opposite-field power.
Haven't seen MarShon Brooks score this easily since he played for the Lakers and torched the Kings last season
Milwaukee se hace con los servicios del base Kendall Marshall tras ser cortado por los Lakers
Kendall Marshall to Bucks is official. Joins team on a waiver claim and will add to guard depth. Had a strong season with Lakers.
If I had to guess Lakers' order - Clarkson signs, Young/Kelly renounced, Young re-signs - then in any order Kelly/Wes/X/Hill/Davis ink up