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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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- Young adults shun Obamacare mostly due to cost: survey
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- LGBT adults still lean overwhelmingly toward Democratic Party
- Lawmakers rattled by Syria genocide horrors, call on Obama to act
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Topic - Los Angeles Lakers
The deal allowed GM Daryl Morey to stay in the hunt for other stars on the market, and he reportedly struck a deal with Washington Wizards swingman Trevor Ariza on Saturday night.
Our latest look at NBA free agents focuses on wing guard and former ODU star Kent Bazemore, whose production jumped dramatically following a trade to the Lakers last season.
Forget comparing LeBron James to NBA greats like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird - at least until he learns to make his teammates better, so says former NBA star Michael Cooper.
The Cavs have made an all-out push to bring in John Calipari as coach while the Lakers haven't made any moves to fill their vacancy and it's because both believe they have a shot at LeBron James.
Pau Gasol is more than likely out of Los Angeles after making $19.2 million last season, but he's hopeful that he can still command quality offers from other teams.
As the successor to Donald Sterling in the NBA's billionaire club, Steve Ballmer has assured himself of goodwill aplenty.
Dario Saric and Dante Exum are indicating they'd rather play for the L.A. Lakers, and it could lead to the former withdrawing his name from the NBA draft again if he doesn't get his wish.
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni resigned Wednesday after less than two seasons on the job.
The Los Angeles Lakers say they're in no rush to hire their next head coach.
Los Angeles Lakers confirm that coach Mike D'Antoni has resigned.
D'Antoni went 67-87 after taking over the Lakers early in the 2012-13 season. He replaced the fired Mike Brown, who lasted just 71 games after replacing 11-time NBA champion coach Phil Jackson in 2011.
With four previous postseason runs and 44 playoff games behind him, including a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2009, Trevor Ariza took it upon himself to lead the Wizards to a 3-1 advantage in the best-of-seven series, which would end should Washington defeat the Bulls in Chicago on Tuesday.
Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick gave Dan D'Antoni his first college coaching job at age 66 with the message to make the Thundering Herd a winner again.
Marshall hired Los Angeles Lakers assistant Dan D'Antoni as its men's basketball coach Thursday.
Mike D'Antoni was still the Los Angeles Lakers' coach when he left their training complex to spend the Easter weekend out of town with his family.