Pau Gasol's L.A. homecoming was a reminder how the Lakers have nothing to show for his departure, J.A. Adande writes.
The gap between the Lakers' past and future has never been wider, writes J.A. Adande.
The Lakers are finally looking like a playoff team.
With the passing of Dr. Jerry Buss, Kobe Bryant became the organization's last prominent and active link to a storied past
The Lakers' latest loss reveals a team not headed for a quick turnaround, J.A. Adande writes.
It's too late for Lakers take solace in their fourth-quarter surge against Clippers.
Even Kobe Bryant agrees: Los Angeles' upcoming five-game stretch is 'critical'
After two failed coaching hires, the pressure is on Jim Buss to make the right choice.
Can Los Angeles Lakers' many type-A personalities coexist on the same team in 2012-13? J.A. Adande turns to Steve Jobs for some insight.
The Orlando Magic handled the Los Angeles Lakers twice during the regular season. J.A. Adande examines whether the Finals will be different.
It took four games, but Kobe has finally arrived in the playoffs. And it's a big reason why the Lakers are now up 3-1.
Kobe. Dwight. LeBron. KG. The preps-to-pros era is giving the NBA a new look ... never to be seen again.
Here's how the playoffs look from the viewpoint of the person who has the most to gain or lose from the postseason, J.A. Adande writes.