Who are the players on the Los Angeles Lakers?

Who are the players on the Los Angeles Lakers?

Roster Table No. Player Pos Ht Exp 54 Kwame Brown C 6-11 4 8 Kobe Bryant SG 6-6 9 17 Andrew Bynum C 7-0 R 43 Brian Cook PF 6-9 2

Who are the players from the 2006 NBA draft?

With LaMarcus Aldridge retiring due to health concerns in the middle of the 2020–21 NBA season, only six players from this draft are still currently on an NBA roster: Rudy Gay, JJ Redick, Rajon Rondo, Kyle Lowry, P. J. Tucker, and Paul Millsap . Texas ( So.) Connecticut ( So.)

How many college players went to the NBA in 2006?

On June 19, 2006, NBA announced that 37 college players and 10 international players had filed as early-entry candidates for the 2006 Draft, while 47 players who had previously declared as early entry candidates had withdrawn from the draft.

Who was drafted in the first round of the 2006 draft?

Previously, Atlanta acquired L.A. Lakers’ 2006 first-round draft pick, Gary Payton, Tom Gugliotta and Michael Stewart on February 24, 2005, from Boston in exchange for Antoine Walker. Previously, Boston acquired a 2006 first-round draft pick, Gary Payton]

Roster Table No. Player Pos Birth Date Exp 5 Steve Blake PG February 26, 1980 9 24 Kobe Bryant SG August 23, 1978 16 6 Earl Clark PF January 17, 1988 3 21 Chris Duhon PG August 31, 1982 8

Who was the color commentator for the Los Angeles Lakers?

1960s Year Channel Color commentator (s) 1966–67 KTTV Rod Hundley 1967–68 KTLA Rod Hundley 1968–69 KTLA Rod Hundley 1969–70 KTLA Lynn Shackelford

How much money do the Los Angeles Lakers make per year?

They had entered the deal with Time Warner Cable in 2011 which would run for twenty years beginning 2012-13. The agreement is worth $4billion over the twenty years which translates to about $200 million per year for the team.

How many times did Pau Gasol play for the Lakers?

He is a six-time NBA All-Star and a four-time All-NBA team selection, twice on the second team and twice on the third team. Gasol has won two NBA championships, both with the Los Angeles Lakers back-to-back in 2009 and 2010.