Kobe Bryant will be present when the Lakers host unrestricted free agent Carmelo Anthony.
General manager Mitch Kupchak said on Thursday that Kobe Bryant (knee) is "fine."
Kobe Bryant said during a recent interview in Brazil that his knee is "100 percent" healthy.
Kobe Bryant responded directly to U.S. soccer coach Jürgen Klinsmann's criticism regarding his recent 2-year, $48.5 million contract extension.
The Lakers plan to interview more head coach candidates than the five they've spoken to already -- Mike Dunleavy, Alvin Gentry, Lionel Hollins, Kurt Rambis and Byron Scott.
The Lakers have interviewed Kurt Rambis for their vacant head coaching position, and they'll meet with Alvin Gentry and Lionel Hollins later in the week.
The Lakers are looking for their next head coach to get the most out of Kobe Bryant's abilities, according to General Manager Mitch Kupchak.
Kobe Bryant (knee, Achilles) said his health is at "100 percent."
John Calipari once again said he will not be leaving the University of Kentucky.
The Lakers will interview George Karl, Jeff Van Gundy, Byron Scott and Kurt Rambis as part of their search to replace outgoing head coach Mike D'Antoni.
Kobe Bryant (knee) is frustrated with the Lakers according to sources close to Bryant.
Kobe Bryant (knee) has been cleared to run and shoot, and his workout on Monday signaled the beginning of a six-month training program.
Kobe Bryant travelled to France on Tuesday or Wednesday with his family, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Kobe Bryant (knee) has been officially ruled out for the season, according to the team's press release on Wednesday.