NBA star DeMarcus Cousins ripped the NCAA after Zion Williamson's injury, saying college "does nothing for you at this point" and for the Duke star to "do what's best for you."
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 12/25W 127-101
- 12/27L 117-116
- 12/28L 118-107
- 12/30W 121-114
- 1/2L 107-100
- 1/4L 119-112
- 1/6L 108-86
- 1/7W 107-97
- 1/9W 113-100
- 1/11L 113-95
- 1/13L 101-95
- 1/15W 107-100
- 1/17W 138-128
- 1/19L 138-134
- 1/21L 130-111
- 1/24L 120-105
- 1/27W 116-102
- 1/29L 121-105
- 1/31W 123-120
- 2/2L 115-101
- 2/5L 136-94
- 2/7W 129-128
- 2/10L 143-120
- 2/12L 117-113
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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Mike Muscala (sprained right ankle) is out tonight against Houston. Josh Hart and Tyson Chandler are available to play.
Thursday night marks the return of NBA hoops, with teams entering the homestretch of their season.
Anthony Davis will appear on LeBron James' HBO show "The Shop."
Will the Lakers make the playoffs? Kevin Pelton breaks down the tightest races.
LeBron James said he is raring to step up his intensity level for a playoff push, starting against the Rockets on Thursday, saying the Lakers are "working our tails off to get there."
Los Angeles Lakers Kyle Kuzma stops by and talks with Mason and Ireland about being the MVP in NBA Rising Stars game.
Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton joins the guys and talks about the mental state of his team and the injuries thru out the season.
Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer
Injury update for the Lakers entering Thursday's game against the Houston Rockets at Staples Center: Lakers guard Josh Hart (knee) and big man Mike Muscala (sprained ankle) each practiced Wednesday and are both considered probable to play while center Tyson Chandler (stiff neck) didn't practice and is considered questionable. Point guard Lonzo Ball (ankle) has not yet returned to practice; he last played Jan. 19.
LeBron James has been so good for so long that it's easy to forget just how astounding some of his accomplishments are.
Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving told ESPN's Rachel Nichols that his call to apologize to former Cavaliers teammate LeBron James, now with the Lakers, was needed "just to move forward in my life."
Who will emerge in the Eastern Conference? Will LeBron and the Lakers make the playoffs? Is James Harden an MVP lock? Those are just some of the questions to be answered in the next seven weeks.
LeBron James speaks with Marc Stein before the NBA All-Star Game.