These types of questions usually answer themselves when it comes to shoe deals, but add Lakers star big man Julius Randle, to the list of players who won’t be rocking Lonzo Ball’s ZO2 sneaker on the court. Randle was greeted by TMZ Sports outside a Beverly Hills steakhouse — where he asked about the possibility
Maybe this is what Lance Stephenson needed to revive his stay in Los Angeles.
Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest closer’s the NBA has ever seen, but as he transitions to being just an integral part of a young Lakers core, he understands that he’ll have to watch them fail sometimes. Bryant was frank when stating that “it’s difficult” but necessary to allow the young roster to develop
Julius Randle didn’t fall for the trap that Kevin Garnett has been setting for 21-years now. During the season-opener Wednesday night between the Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves, Kevin Garnett tried to intimidate Randle by getting all up in his face. It’s a legendary tactic from Garnett, but one Randle paid no attention too.
The L.A. Lakers didn’t win free agency, but they did make some good moves and drastically improved via the draft. That’s the fairy tale of the Los Angeles Lakers. It bears a striking resemblance to the one that Mitch Kucphak was peddling on Thursday to reporters, when asked if the Lakers’ roster could compete for
As a preview to the final games of March Madness, LA Lakers and former NCAA champs Julius Randle (Kentucky) and Carlos Boozer (Duke) face off in Mortal Kombat X. It was a highly intense matchup that fans hope will translate into a Monday night championship game meeting.
This is a major blow for a guy whose dream was to be always become a Laker. After breaking his leg during his rookie debut, the Lakers expect Julius Randle to miss his entire rookie season with a fractured tibia. Randle’s surgery was performed by Dr. Donald Wiss at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Lakers announced.
The L.A. Lakers are already in trouble and they haven’t even played a second game yet. Lakers star rookie Julius Randle will miss a significant amount of time after breaking his tibia. Julius Randle surgery this am. Tibia rodding. Expect full recovery after 4-6 months. @JamesWorthy42 had similar injury as @Lakers rookie. — David
When I think of style and fashion sense, Kentucky forward Julius Randle is not the first person that comes to mind. Randle obviously likes fashion though, because he allegedly blew off a workout with the Celtics for an interview with the stylish magazine. Randle skipped a potential 2nd workout w/ Celtics today for this ->
Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that former Kentucky forward and likely top-10 pick Julius Randle, is expected to have surgery on his foot that will keep him out until training camp. The procedure is expected to keep Randle out six to eight weeks this summer, sources said, but there’s a strong expectation within front offices that he’ll