When was the last season the Lakers were in the NBA?
The 2014–15 Los Angeles Lakers season was the franchise’s 67th season, its 66th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and its 55th in Los Angeles.
What was the Los Angeles Lakers record in 2014?
The Lakers finished with a 21–61 record, placing them last in the Pacific division for the second straight season and fourteenth in the Western conference. This was the first 60 loss season in franchise history. June 26: The 2014 NBA draft took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Who are the players on the Los Angeles Lakers?
Los Angeles Lakers Name POS Age HT College Kostas Antetokounmpo 37 PF 23 6′ 10″ Dayton Devontae Cacok 12 PF 24 6′ 7″ North Carolina-Wilmington Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 1 SG 28 6′ 5″ Georgia Alex Caruso 4 SG 27 6′ 4″ Texas A&M
Who is the head coach of the Lakers?
Luke Walton enters his third season as head coach, after he was hired as the 26th head coach in Lakers franchise history, and the 22nd in the Los Angeles era, on April 29, 2016.
The 2012–13 Los Angeles Lakers season was the 65th season of the franchise, its 64th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and its 53rd season in Los Angeles.
Who was number 52 for the Lakers in 2012?
October 30: The Lakers opened the 2012–13 NBA season, losing to the Dallas Mavericks 91-99. December 28: The Lakers retired the number 52 jersey of Jamaal Wilkes during halftime of their game against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Lakers won the game by a score of 104-87.
Who was the head coach of the Lakers?
The season began with head coach Mike Brown changing the Lakers offensive strategy to the Princeton offense. After an 0–8 preseason record and a 1–4 start to the regular season, Brown was fired. Assistant Bernie Bickerstaff was named the interim coach until Mike D’Antoni took over as the full-time head coach.
Who are the owners of the Los Angeles Lakers?
2012–13 Los Angeles Lakers season Head coach Mike Brown (fired) Bernie Bickerstaff (i General manager Mitch Kupchak Owners Jerry Buss (until February 18, his death Arena Staples Center