By Donte Medder |Staff Writer| After leading the Los Angeles Lakers to their worst season since 1960, Coach Mike D’antoni resigned. The Lakers struggled losing 55 of the 82 games in the 2014 season. Injuries to star players such as Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash and many key players missing time such as Nick Young and Jordan Farmar contributed to the losing season. Many felt that D’antoni was never the man for the job. “I am so happy D’antoni left; there was no defense and no leadership,” said junior at CSUSB Taylor Statham. “We need someone like Mark Jackson,” Statham continued. The search for D’antoni’s replacement began immediately according to Lakers General Manager Mitch … [Read more...] about Who will lead the Lakers to victory?
Louis Penna |Managing Editor| The Lakers have been waiting diligently and patiently in the days leading to the trade deadline. Incessantly scheming to make that one Lakerland breaking move to shift momentum towards a championship in 2012. Sweet release from all the post-Chris Paul trade drama and disapprobation can end in one fatal deal. Two words: Deron Williams. Or we can sign Rasheed Wallace. Laker's front office is reported to have reached an agreement with the technical foul extraordinaire and volatile two-year retiree. As if the Lakers did not have enough old,—oh excuse me, experienced—slow (there's no euphemism for slow in basketball), outdated players that we couldn't … [Read more...] about Coyote Jock Talk: Lakers add more questions than answers if they sign Rasheed Wallace