What a difference a Nash makes. The Lakers get their fifth win in a row against the hot New York Knicks.
The Charlotte Bobcats brought their 11 game losing streak into Staples, and it took nothing short of a furious run by the Lakers to fend them off, 101-100.
Two wins in a row for these Lakers, and though it’s nothing relatively impressive, we’ve learned this season that we must appreciate small glories, and a two-win streak is just that.
Smiling faces - all it took was a victory. No matter the opponent…no matter the arena – when you’ve lost four in a row like the Lakers have, getting any win means something.
In their fourth loss in a row, the Lakers, again, fell behind to start the game, and had no choice but to play catch-up to give themselves a chance to win.
Despite the loss after a late surge in the 4th, there were some encouraging signs for a Lakers team whose records is anything but.
Kobe Bryant passes 30,000 points in Lakers win over the Hornets.
The Lakers blow another 4th quarter lead and fall to the Houston Rockets, 107-105.
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The Lakers miss everything in an ugly loss to the Indiana Pacers.
Photo courtesy of Ronald Martinez, Getty Images Darren Collinson threw a pass and Dwight Howard jumped in, intercepted the ball and threw it over...
Photo Courtesy of Ezra Shaw, Getty Images It might be improper to quote him in light of recent events, but Phil Jackson once said...
Photo courtesy of Ezra Shaw, Getty Images Just when you thought it was safe to get excited…the Lakers lose to a sub-.500 team. It’s...
The Lakers beat the Nest to end their home streak,