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National Basketball Association executives, agents believe Lakers will fire Luke Walton, hire David Fizdale

14 Janvier 2018

Owner Jeanie Buss and team president Magic Johnson both tweeted their support for the Lakers head coach on Saturday.

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The Lakers play the 12th seeded Dallas Mavericks on Saturday. "Whether guys are far back or too close, I can drive around them, I'm just trying to read the defence and make the best play", Ingram said after the win.

The Washington Post asked, "How can the Lakers [warn Ball about criticizing Walton earlier this year], only to then not say anything publicly to support their coach when Ball chooses to attack him again?" "It has been revealed here that they do not have unconditional support for Luke".

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DALLAS - Julius Randle's rebound and late putback sealed an overtime victory for Los Angeles against Dallas. The rookie said he does not choose who the coach is and that his father is a grown man who will always express his opinions.

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If a village of 10,000 in Lithuania in winter time with seven hours of daylight isn't as comfortable for the kids as Westwood or Chino Hills, it's flawless for LaVar, with the locals changing the team's schedule for a tournament with the BBB logo plastered everywhere - including the referees' jerseys - and a female TV reporter asking out Gelo at the introductory press conference. What will the Lakers do now?

According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst (appearing on the Rich Eisen Show), several National Basketball Association executives and agents believe the Lakers will fire Walton and already have their eyes on his successor. Carlisle said such comments shouldn't be published if they have no merit or validity.

Walton used to play for the Lakers from 2003 to 2012 before being traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers the following year.

In an interview with ESPN's Jeff Goodman, LaVar Ball says the Lakers are not playing for coach Luke Walton any longer and the second-year coach has lost control of the team.

Next coach to speak on the issue: Gregg Popovich. On Thursday, Randle and the Lakers look for their third straight scalp when the San Antonio Spurs come to town.

National Basketball Association executives, agents believe Lakers will fire Luke Walton, hire David Fizdale