About Kurt Rambis

Posted by on May 14, 2012 in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Kurt Rambis is a retired American NBA Player, and former ESPN analyst. Rambis will be joining the Lakers coaching staff as Assistant Coach. His success as an NBA player started when he was signed as a free agent by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1981. Rambis spent most of his 14 seasons in the NBA with the Lakers, winning championships in 1982, 1985, 1987, and 1988. Rambis is remembered as a favorite among the Lakers fans because of his status as an overachieving underdog and ultimate team-player. Known for his defensive and rebounding skills, Rambis also was an efficient clean-up man on offense, with his field goal percentage reaching 59.5% at the peak of his career.

2 Comments

  1. julia parks-riggen
    June 24, 2012

    This is the first time I have tried bringing you up on my email. Enjoyed watching you all those years with the Lakers. I live in Southern California six months during the winter and then six months here in Indiana. Enjoyed your career

  2. Salem Alserhan
    August 21, 2012

    I have always liked Phil Jackson and I always thought after he is gone one of hus assistants will take his spot with the Lakers. I was dissappointed when you left for the Timberwolves, cause I preferred you to have stayed with the Lakers. I remember Phil saying that you are the best fit for the Lakers to sucseed him.
    Now please do not become a head coach of any NBA team this upcoming season,because this is what I see coming. If the Lakers do not make it to the finals this year, which I hope they do,Brown is no more. Rambus will lead the Lakers to the next championship,cause he is a student of the best. Also the best has said that Rambus is the best fit. Good luck in life Mr. Rambus. We love you and I know one day you will coach the Lakers. Trust me, you certainly will, unless you do not want to.

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