Mitch Kupchak stated during his exit interview that the Lakers "can get better quickly."
Jordan Hill stated during his exit interview that he hopes to expand his range during the offseason, and he would like to become a threat from 3-point range.
Jordan Clarkson said that he watched his NBA draft 10 times over the course of the season in order to motivate himself.
Lakers' head coach Byron Scott said that Kobe Bryant (shoulder) has just started lifting weights, and Kobe told Byron a few days ago that he's feeling great.
Ryan Kelly said that he will spend this offseason working on his 3-point shooting, and becoming better at putting the ball on the floor.
Ed Davis said that he hopes to return with the Lakers next season.
Robert Sacre said that he's hopeful to remain with the Lakers next season.
Wes Johnson said he'd like to sign a multi-year deal somewhere and would love to be there for when the Lakers "turn it around."
Carlos Boozer said he'd be interested in returning to the Lakers if the team is ready to compete.
Jabari Brown scored a career-high 32 points in a loss to the Kings on Wednesday, adding three boards, two assists, two steals and four 3-pointers in 48 minutes.
Vander Blue nearly triple-doubled in a start vs. the Kings on Wednesday, scoring 15 points with eight assists, seven boards, one steal and one 3-pointer in 48 minutes.
Vander Blue will start next to Jabari Brown, Ryan Kelly, Jordan Hill and Tarik Black against the Kings on Wednesday.
Wes Johnson (ankle) will not play on Wednesday vs. the Kings.
Jordan Clarkson (ankle) and Wes Johnson (ankle) will not play vs. the Kings on Wednesday.
Jeremy Lin refused to rule out a possible return to the Lakers next season.