The Los Angeles Lakers were knocked out in the first round of the playoffs by the Phoenix Suns with Anthony Davis struggling with a groin injury.
Devin Booker scored 22 of his 47 points in a phenomenal first quarter, and the Phoenix Suns won their first playoff series since 2010, eliminating the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers with a 113-100 victory in Game 6 on Thursday night in Los Angeles.
LeBron James' iconic #23 is no more
During a stunningly sordid playoff exit Thursday in Game 6, the Lakers future is in doubt with LeBron James aging and Anthony Davis appearing frail.
LeBron James has decided to return to the number he used while with the Miami Heat between 2010-2014.
It looks like Team USA will be without Los Angeles Lakers superstars LeBron James and Anthony Davis for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
The United States likely will be without at least a few of its biggest stars at this summer's Tokyo Olympics. According to
LeBron James is officially back to No. 6. The Los Angeles Lakers tweeted an image of James rocking a No. 6 jersey, switching from the No. 23 he'd worn in
LeBron James is switching his jersey next season from number 23 to number 6. Here’s a look at how James has performed stat-wise and sports-betting-wise for both jersey numbers.
LeBron and the Lakers both have a lot left in the tank
LeBron James will continue to chase down Michael Jordan’s legacy next season, but he’ll do it after switching to jersey No. 6, not the iconic No. 23.
It's strange, and perhaps concerning, that the NBA postseason has barely begun, and some of the most influential players and teams in this buzzy, star-driven league have been eliminated.