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The series focused on the Los Angeles Lakers will debut in April.

The Hall of Fame star offered his thoughts on unvaccinated players in the league and expressed some disappointment

McDonald’s Black & Positively Golden campaign aims to uplift communities and inspire excellence. So it was a natural fit for the brand to link up with former pro and current NBA broadcaster and philanthropist, Kenny Smith for a number of activities around NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago, including a successful panel.

The Lakers are an absolute mess at the moment, but you couldn’t tell that if you just watched LeBron James IG stories at all. The latest drama involving the famed NBA franchise stems from an eye-opening ESPN report that alleges Magic Johnson “bullied” Lakers staff while he was still an exec for the team.

Magic Johnson hit ESPN’s First Take today (May 20) and it was an episode for the ages. Mostly because the former Los Angeles Lakers President of Basketball Operations proceeded to throw his old co-worker and the team’s GM Rob Pelinka under the bus.


The past NBA trade deadline was filled with drama, suspense and shock with the 76ers landing Tobias Harris, the changing rumors swirling around a disgruntled Anthony Davis to the Lakers, and the surprising trade of Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks. But naturally it was the situation between the Lakers and the Pelicans that was constantly […]

The Los Angeles Lakers dominated the NBA in the 1980s on the back of the supremely talented Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, spearheading an intense rivalry with the Boston Celtics. A five-part documentary series featuring the “Showtime” era of the Lake Show with Pat Riley at the coaching helm is currently in development.

Magic Johnson was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and recalled his friendship with Prince. It turns out he hooped with the Purple One, but the NBA Hall of Famer wasn’t too impressed with his game. 

Charlie Sheen just reminded the world that the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV is still very real and incredulous to race, gender or even sexual orientation.

Donald Trump and his narrow opinion of Mexicans led to his ouster from his cushy job as host of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, but the network is eyeing a possible replacement. It appears that Magic Johnson might get the nod as the network wants to place a successful minority businessman in the hosting chair.

Earlier this week, Donald Sterling flew off the handle once again with demeaning comments towards Magic Johnson and other racist remarks during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. But Johnson isn’t taking this slander lying down, as he spoke with Cooper in response to Sterling’s so-called “apology.”

CNN’s Anderson Cooper sat down with Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling to talk about his current state of mind since being banned for life from the NBA.