The Lakers are reportedly set to court Kevin Ollie and John Calipari as part of their head coaching search.
Mike D'Antoni's agent elaborated on the coach's reasoning for his resignation as the Lakers' head coach on Wednesday.
Mike D'Antoni has resigned from his position as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, according to general manager Mitch Kupchak.
Mike D'Antoni is seeking a commitment from Lakers' management on the 2015-16 option in his contract.
The Lakers management has agreed on bringing back Mike D’Antoni for next season, according to the Orange County Register.
Rex Chapman tweeted on Monday that John Calipari would replace Mike D'Antoni as Lakers head coach next season.
General manager Mitch Kupchak admitted the Lakers will have a different approach for the trade deadline.
Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak admitted the team's handling of the Mike D'Antoni hire was "clumsy."
The Lakers will honor former owner Dr. Jerry Buss on Jan. 28, according to his daughter and current team executive Jeanie Buss.
New assistant coach Kurt Rambis said that he's not sure how fast the Lakers can play this season.
Coach Mike D'Antoni said he'll use an 11-man rotation this season.
Lakers assistant Kurt Rambis will focus on improving the team's defense, which he says "never really gave them a chance to win [last season]."
Kurt Rambis announced on Monday that he will be back with the Lakers as an assistant.
Mike D'Antoni has been assured by GM Mitch Kupchak that his job as head coach is safe for the 2013-14 season.