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Sources: Luke Walton ‘will definitely finish the season’ as Lakers Head Coach

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There have been no internal discussions about Lakers coach Luke Walton’s job status in the wake of the team’s loss to the lowly Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night, according to people with knowledge of the situation not authorized to speak publicly on the sensitive matter.

Walton “will definitely finish the season” and has the full support of the Lakers’ front office, one person said.

Lakers owner Jeanie Buss, president of basketball operations Magic Johnson and general manager Rob Pelinka are all on the same page regarding Walton being the coach for the rest of the season, the people said.

Buss especially wants to give Walton every opportunity to succeed, one person said.

Source: Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times

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Sources: Timberwolves Rejected Robert Covington Trade Offers from Mavericks

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The Mavs have also made offers to the Timberwolves for Robert Covington, but those have been declined, according to multiple league sources.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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Sources: Mavericks, 76ers, Others Interested in Danilo Gallinari

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Danilo Gallinari stands out as an option. Multiple playoff teams have expressed interest in the Thunder forward, including the Mavericks and Sixers, according to league sources.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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Sources: Clippers, Mavericks Interested in Adding Wing Depth via Trade

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The Clippers, even after the off-season of their dreams, are exploring the trade market for dependable size as well as potential wing depth in advance of the Feb. 6 trade deadline, league sources say


The Mavericks are in a similar position after the season-ending loss of the frontcourt mainstay Dwight Powell. Dallas was already in the market for a wing upgrade and, league sources say, is exploring its options for a move (trade or signing) to bolster its frontline as well

Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

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