During the 1970 NBA Finals, Laker great Jerry West made perhaps the most famous buzzer beater in the history of the NBA. The Los Angeles Lakers were playing the New York Knicks for the championship. It appeared as though the Lakers were getting ready to lose after blowing a 14 point lead at half-time. The [...] [...more]
The Los Angeles Lakers have a long and rich tradition in winning championships. Luckily, the Lakers have had the right people in their front office to help them reach the promise land time and time again. So the question is who was the Lakers first general manager in Los Angeles?
A. Jerry West
B. Joe Mullaney
C. [...] [...more]
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Losing in the NBA Finals is something that’s hard to swallow and the Los Angeles Lakers are no stranger when it comes to misfortunes in the championship round. Jerry West can vouch for every player on the losing side of the coin when it comes to feeling like dirt after you’ve lost. But there was [...] [...more]
Lou Mohs is probably the most forgotten Laker general managers of all-time. When most think about Laker general managers we think about Bill Sharman, Jerry West and now Mitch Kupchak, but when Lakers owner Bob Short moved the Lakers from Minneapolis to Los Angeles in 1960, he had to hire someone to run the team [...] [...more]