The Lakers have fired coach Byron Scott, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The Lakers have not yet decided whether or not they will bring back head coach Byron Scott for the third and final guaranteed season on his contract.
Byron Scott's final stretch of the 2015-16 season will be used to judge whether or not he returns for the 2016-17 season, according to sources.
Byron Scott admitted that the Lakers are dealing with a lack of confidence.
Lakers coach Byron Scott said that he will start giving more responsibility to the younger players.
Lakers coach Byron Scott isn't planning on making any lineup changes in the near future.
The Lakers are likely to keep head coach Byron Scott through the 2015-16 season, according to team sources.
Byron Scott is not expected to be fired as Lakers head coach, a source told USA Today.
Coach Byron Scott said he could make a lineup change if he doesn't like the effort after Tuesday's game against the Warriors.
Byron Scott wants to see better ball movement from the Lakers.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott said that he isn't planning on shaking up his frontcourt rotation despite a lack of rebounding.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott said that he will stick with the same starting five against the Nets on Friday, but he did say that his threshold for patience has lowered.
Coach Byron Scott said the Lakers got into a verbal altercation late in the fourth quarter on Tuesday.
Byron Scott said that he would like for the Lakers to take between 18-25 three-pointers per game this season.