This Day In Lakers History: Wilt Chamberlain Scores 60 Points Against Cincinnati Royals

Wilt Chamberlain will forever be remembered for his NBA record 100 points in a single game, but there many other…

This Day In Lakers History: Kobe Bryant Debuts Nike Zoom Kobe IV ‘MLK’ In Duel Against LeBron James, Cavaliers

The NBA annually does their part to pay their respects on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and they’re often joined by branding…

This Day In Lakers History: Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol Dominate In 40-Point Rout Of Clippers

Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol were nearly unstoppable on Jan. 15, 2010, when the Los Angeles Lakers blasted the Clippers…

This Day In Lakers History: Kobe Bryant Overcomes Numb Shooting Arm, Scores 38 Points In 2OT Win Against Kings

In somewhat of an oddity, the Los Angeles Lakers found themselves playing Dec. 26, 2009, in the second night of…

This Day In Lakers History: James Worthy’s No. 42 Jersey Retired

On Dec. 10, 1995, the Los Angeles Lakers retired James Worthy’s No. 42 jersey during a halftime ceremony at the…

This Day In Lakers History: Kobe Bryant Makes Buzzer-Beater Over James Harden At The Drew League

The late Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant made multiple visits to the Drew League, including attending their…

This Day In Lakers History: NBA Finals Wins Over Celtics; Magic Johnson Makes Baby Sky Hook

Considered one of the greatest rivalries in sports, the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers dominated the NBA…

This Day In Lakers History: Paul Pierce Leaves Game 1 Of 2008 NBA Finals In Wheelchair

After meeting three times in the NBA Finals during the 1980s, the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers didn’t renew…

This Day In Lakers History: Magic Johnson Sets NBA Finals Record With 21 Assists Against Celtics

The building blocks to the greatest rivalry in American sports was set during the 1980s when the Boston Celtics and…

This Day In Lakers History: Kareem Rush Makes Six 3-Pointers In Game 6 Win Over Timberwolves In WCF, Sends L.A. To 4th NBA Finals In 5 Years

After an unceremonious exit at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs in the second round of the 2003 NBA Playoffs…