The Los Angeles Lakers had a total of 16 players on their roster, along with six coaches and one trainer for the 2014-2015 NBA season. The Lakers finished the 2014-2015 NBA season with a 21-61 record and finished 14th overall in the Western Conference.
The Lakers roster featured a total of seven guards, including Vander Blue, Jabari Brown, Kobe Bryant, Jordan Clarkson and Wayne Ellington. Jeremy Lin and Ronnie Price also played in the guard position. The team listed a total of five players playing the forward position: Carlos Boozer, Ed Davis, Wesley Johnson, Ryan Kelly and Julius Randle. The Lakers had two players listed at the center position, Jordan Hill and Robert Sacre. Tarik Black was a center-forward, and Nick Young listed as a guard-forward.
The head coach of the Lakers is Byron Scott, as of 2015, and the team has three assistant coaches in Paul Pressey, Jim Eyen and Mark Madsen. Larry Lewis serves as assistant coach for player development, while Clay Moser is both an assistant coach and an advanced scout. Gary Vitti also serves on the Lakers' coaching team as the athletic trainer.
The 2014-2015 season was the 67th season in franchise history for the Lakers, who hold an all-time record of 3,218 total wins and 2,069 total losses.