Los Angeles Lakers 2023-2024 TV Schedule, Roster & Game Info

Los Angeles Lakers 2023-2024 TV Schedule, Roster & Game Info

The Los Angeles Lakers have long been one of the most successful franchises in the NBA, and fans are ready to see what they can do this season. And considering the team is back to being a championship contender this year, we are all eager to see how they perform. Check out the 2023-2024 Los Angeles Lakers schedule, roster and more right here to see how the team is shaping up for yourself.

Plus, find out how to watch all the Lakers games and more with DIRECTV.


Don’t miss a second of this NBA season. Below, you’ll find the up to date 2023-2024 Los Angeles Lakers schedule, provided by DIRECTV. Check out which teams the Lakers are up against this year and find out how to watch the games live.


The LA Lakers are in for a big year, which means there are some key games they don’t want to lose. That also means those are important games that fans won’t want to miss. Below are a few of those games to mark on the calendar. 

Home Opener: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns… 10/26/2023 @ 7:00pm PDT (Watch on TNT)

Rivalry Game: Los Angeles Lakers vs. LA Clippers… 11/01/2023 @ 7:00pm PDT (Watch on ESPN)

Christmas Day Game: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Boston Celtics… 12/25/2023 @ 2:00pm PST (Watch on ABC/ESPN)

Key Matchup: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies… 01/05/2024 @ 7:00pm PST (Watch on ESPN)

Key Matchup: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets… 02/08/2024 @ 7:00pm PST (Watch on TNT)

Key Matchup: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors… 03/16/2024 @ 5:30pm PDT (Watch on ABC)


With DIRECTV, you’ll get the best NBA experience. Below you’ll find the different networks broadcasting LA Lakers games this season and the corresponding channel number on DIRECTV. Note that some of these networks are subscription-based or add-ons.

If you’re looking for a way to watch more games, both in and out of market, then NBA League Pass is the subscription for you. 

NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.


This is a big year for the Lakers, as it may be legend Lebron James’ last chance at a championship with the Lakers. If he and Anthony Davis are able to stay healthy, the team will be looking good. Fans are also expecting Austin Reaves to step it up, as well as Rui Hachimura. Even better, with some of the recent additions to the team like Gabe Vincent and Jaxson Hayes, there should be no reason the team can’t make it into the postseason.

Check out the Los Angeles Lakers roster below to see who made the cut, along with their positions. 


#0 Jaden Hood-Schifino, Guard

#1 D’Angelo Russell, Guard

#2 Jarred Vanderbilt, Forward

#3 Anthony Davis, Forward-Center

#5 Cam Reddish, Forward-Guard

#7 Gabe Vincent, Guard

#10 Max Christie, Guard

#11 Jaxson Hayes, Center-Forward

#12 Taurean Prince, Forward

#14 Colin Castleton, Center

#15 Austin Reaves, Guard

#17 Alex Fudge, Forward

#18 Damion Baugh, Guard

#20 Scotty Pippen Jr., Guard

#21 Maxwell Lewis, Forward

#23 LeBron James, Forward 

#27 Vincent Valerio-Bodon, Guard-Forward

#28 Rui Hachimura, Forward

#35 Christian Wood, Forward

#55 D’Moi Hodge, Guard


Head Coach: Darvin Ham

Assistant Coaches: Chris Jent, Phil Handy, Jordan Ott, Zach Peterson, Schuyler Rimmer, J.D. Dubois

Trainer: Roger Zancho

And for even more information on your favorite team, keep reading below! You’ll find facts about the history of the LA Lakers and more.


The Los Angeles Lakers were established in 1947 and are now a part of the Pacific Division in the Western Conference. The team moved from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Los Angeles in 1960. It’s Minnesota, however, that gave the team its name, as the state is known as “The Land of 10,000 Lakes.”

One of the league’s most successful franchises, the Lakers are tied with the Celtics with 17 NBA titles. They’ve also made the most NBA Finals appearances of any team (32). Plus, the team has rostered more than 20 Hall of Fame players. Their most recent inductee was Kobe Bryant (2020).

After winning the NBA Finals in the 2019-2020 season, the team has struggled to make it back to their top position, losing the Western Conference finals in 2022-2023 and in the first round in 2020-2021.

They play their home games at Arena, located in Los Angeles, California.



The LA Lakers have had a number of different logo designs during its time, starting with a map of Minnesota, back when the team was located there. After moving to Los Angeles, the logo was redesigned and featured the team name over a basketball.

Since that redesign in 1960, the logo has remained largely the same, with some color changes and style updates. Today, the logo boasts the team name in purple in front of a yellow basketball.

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