Randle said he paid more focus on following through on the Lakers’ request to improve his conditioning than worrying about including him in offers in the failed Paul George trade proposals. “That stuff is not in my control,” Randle said. “What happened and what didn’t, I don’t know. But at the end of the day, all I can control is just me working on my game and get prepared for the next season.”
Storyline: Julius Randle Trade?
The latest Lonzo Ball-related news happened quietly. That might be news in itself for a guy whose mere choice in footwear generates headlines. The Los Angeles Lakers sold out the remaining 5 percent of their season-ticket inventory this week. All gone. The Lakers had 95 percent renewal from their season-ticket holders before the draft, but now that Lonzo Ball is a Laker — and fresh off his tantalizing summer league run — they hit capacity. After a seat-viewing open house at Staples Center, fans bought up the 600 available seats. (Last year’s event yielded about 175 ticket sales).
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Before the Lakers hosted the Denver Nuggets on Jan. 17 in what would be their 31st loss in 46 games, Jeanie Buss sat down for dinner with Johnson, the Hall of Fame Lakers point guard who remained a close friend. Jeanie is two years younger than Magic, and the two have shared a “genuine, innocent, youthful connection” from the day he arrived as a 20-year-old rookie in 1979, Rambis said.
Storyline: Lakers Front Office