Definition of laker
: one associated with a lake; especially : a fish (such as a lake trout) living in or taken from a lake
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Also, Lakers executives met with veteran guard George Hill to discuss a short-term contract, according to people who weren’t authorized to speak publicly.
Lakers are trading Tim Mozgov and D'Angelo Russell to Nets for Brook Lopez and 27th pick Thursday, sources say.
The confidence/arrogance of eventually signing him to an extension regardless of his Lakers affinity (this certainly could be where the ego of the Knicks, Clippers or even Heat could come into play).
Take a look: Lakers fans never let Rose forget how he was toasted, roasting him on Twitter on occasion.
Brimah Works Out For LakersFormer Huskies center Amida Brimah participated in a pre-draft workout for the Lakers on Memorial Day, joining Bryce Alford, Dwayne Bacon, Derrick Walton Jr., Jordan Bell and Kennedy Meeks.
Unlike today’s cozy NBA culture, Kings and Lakers players truly disliked one another, adding the aura of a heavyweight fight to each game.
Those Lakers and these Warriors took similar paths to the Finals even before the playoffs started.
Lakers president Magic Johnson probably loves that.
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