LeBron James will have an input when it comes to player acquisitions at the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Magic Johnson. 

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball will have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Tuesday.

The Lakers made the announcement on Friday, with Ball reportedly was dealing with a torn meniscus. 

Matthew Dellavedova praised his Australia team-mates for showing restraint in trying to avoid the Philippines brawl that brought a premature end to their FIBA World Cup qualifier at the start of July. 

Clippers board member and NBA logo Jerry West is not impressed with the Los Angeles Lakers' recruitment of LeBron James. 

The Los Angeles Lakers have made some major changes to their roster this offseason, but according to general manager Rob Pelinka, only LeBron James' starting position is safe. 

Stephen Curry is relishing the prospect of facing LeBron James in the Western Conference, as he remains confident the Golden State Warriors are the team to beat. 

Adam Silver sees no issue with the Golden State Warriors dominating the NBA, even if he is looking to create a more balanced league.

Rob Pelinka hailed the signing of LeBron James as a "historic moment" for the Los Angeles Lakers.

LeBron James is now officially a member of the Los Angeles Lakers.

The free agent had already announced on July 2 that he had agreed to a four-year, $154million deal with the Lakers. 

LeBron James and Luke Walton have not crossed paths since 'Decision 3.0', but Tyronn Lue has no problem bringing the Los Angeles Lakers coach up to speed.

The Phoenix Suns locked up shooting guard Devin Booker to a max contract on Saturday, the team announced.

Kevin Durant will remain with the Golden State Warriors after signing a new contract with the NBA champions. 

LeBron James' decision to leave the Cavaliers for the Los Angeles Lakers has left Cleveland hurt but not bitter, according to general manager Koby Altman. 

DeMarcus Cousins believes the Golden State Warriors have the potential to be "scary" in the NBA next season, but he will not rush his comeback. 

Rajon Rondo is not focused on starting for the Los Angeles Lakers.

The 32-year-old point guard agreed to a one-year, $9million contract with Los Angeles last week. 

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