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The 2022–23 Los Angeles Lakers season will be the 76th season of the franchise, its 75th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), its 63rdThe 2022–23 Los Angeles Lakers season will be the 76th season of the franchise, its 75th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), its 63rd season in Los Angeles, and its 24th season playing home games at Crypto.com Arena. On April 11, 2022, the Los Angeles Lakers fired Frank Vogel as head coach. On June 3, 2022, the Los Angeles Lakers hired Darvin Ham as their new head coach.Prior to the start of the season, the Lakers announced that they will be retiring the jersey numbers of George Mikan and Pau Gasol. Mikan's #99 will be retired on October 30, 2022 against the Denver Nuggets. Gasol's #16 will be retired on March 7, 2023 against his former team the Memphis Grizzlies.
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