The Lakers are sure to be active in NBA free agency once again, so we’ll be tracking every single player they are connected to here.
The Lakers have consistently indicated they want to add another center for their final move of NBA free agency, and Christian Wood and Bismack Biyombo are among the two they reportedly will consider.
Having learned their lessons of previous years, the Lakers reportedly took advantage of a new rule in the CBA to sign second-round draft pick Maxwell Lewis to a four-year contract.
After a largely uneventful tenure with the Lakers, Mo Bamba becomes the latest big man to jump from one coast to the other to join the 76ers.
The Lakers are hiring a familiar name to NBA fans and a player familiar to head coach Darvin Ham as an assistant coach in DeMarre Carroll.
The Lakers added depth to its backcourt this week, namely with Gabe Vincent, but D’Angelo Russell is still the frontrunner to be the starter.
Tristan Thompson and Mo Bamba are both candidates to serve as the Lakers’ third center — and likely final addition of NBA free agency.
The Lakers have 13 players slated to be under contract next season, and plan to only sign one more (likely a center) to give them midseason flexibility.
Jaxson Hayes will join the Lakers in NBA free agency after the Pelicans declined to extend him a qualifying offer to make him a restricted free agent.
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The Lakers are going to be active in NBA free agency, and we’ll be keeping updates on every player they’re linked to or agree to sign here.
It sounds like there is a chance the Lakers could keep Mo Bamba, despite cutting him the day before NBA free agency began.
It sounds like there is still a chance the Lakers run it back with both Malik Beasley and D’Angelo Russell as NBA free agency continues.
While they may have been outbid elsewhere in free agency on Friday, the Lakers were able to one-up the Heat for Gabe Vincent.
The Lakers have offered Austin Reaves the most money they’re allowed to under the collective bargaining agreement. Now both sides will wait and see if another team comes with a bigger offer in NBA free agency.
Dennis Schröder is leaving the Lakers in NBA free agency for a second time.
Rui Hachimura thrived with the Lakers after a midseason trade, and so it’s no surprise he’s returning to the team in NBA free agency.
After years of rumors and links, the Lakers are finally bringing in Cam Reddish in NBA free agency.
Bruce Brown was likely en route to sign with the Lakers for the mid-level exception until the Pacers came calling with a massive offer in NBA free agency.
The Lakers came out of nowhere to sign Miami Heat free agent Gabe Vincent to nearly their full mid-level exception in the opening hours of NBA free agency.
Taurean Prince was waived by the Minnesota Timberwolves earlier this week, but the Lakers are reaching a deal with him to tip off NBA free agency.
Kyrie Irving will reportedly meet with the Heat, Rockets, Lakers, Clippers, Suns and Mavericks when NBA free agency opens up, and expects to have a "robust" market.
To what should be the surprise of no one, the Lakers are reportedly interested in bringing in wing Cam Reddish on a veteran’s minimum deal this summer.
The Lakers will reportedly have a meeting with Bruce Brown to start free agency but will be one of a number of teams, including the Knicks, Mavs and Pacers, to meet with the wing.
Brook Lopez would check boxes on both ends for Los Angeles. Could a potential reunion be in the works?
The Lakers still want to keep Dennis Schröder, but Jevon Carter, Shake Milton and Cory Joseph could reportedly be options to replace him if he leaves in NBA free agency.
After watching him help the Nuggets advance past them and to a title in the playoffs, the Lakers are reportedly interested in adding Bruce Brown this offseason.
The rumors are ramping up as free agency ticks closer and closer with the latest coming on LeBron James, D’Angelo Russell and Jarred Vanderbilt.
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The Lakers have two premier restricted free agents in Austin Reaves and Rui Hachimura. Will they be able to retain both of them in free agency this summer?