Anna Gonda

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Anna Gonda has been the post-game editor for LakerNation.com since the 2009-2010 season. Between post-game reports, she's a full-time advertising coordinator for an academic publisher and a part-time photographer. Favorite Lakers: Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher. Favorite Laker Moment: Game 7, 2010 Finals against the Boston Celtics.

With their post-season fate on the line, the Lakers rallied together to push the Houston Rockets to the eighth seed so they could take over the seventh.

In their first game since Kobe Bryant's season-ending injury, the Lakers showed they are still a team to be reckoned with. Behind the dominant play of Dwight Howard and Steve Blake, the team continued their fight for a place in the post-season.

The Lakers defeated a very hot Warriors theme, but in the end, they came away with the victory, behind excellent contributions to our big three.

The Lakers save their best for the final back-to-back of the season and win at the Rose Garden, a place where they were 4-17 coming into tonight's game. Kobe Bryant was spectacular, Pau Gasol looked like his old, efficient self, and Dwight Howard continues his dominant play.

The Lakers keep their playoff dreams alive with a win over the New Orleans Hornets.

Kobe gets a triple-double, three players earn double-doubles and the Lakers dominate a bearded Mavericks team.

Kobe Bryant passes Wilt Chamberlain on the All-Time Scoring list and the Lakers win a nailbiter in Sacramento. Don't count this team out just yet.

Old habits die hard, and the Lakers' tendency to get complacent after reaching a double-digit lead will continue to cost them if they don't

The Lakers' winning streak over the Minnesota Timberwolves lives on.

Despite the late push in Oakland, the Lakers weren't able to stop the red hot Warriors.

In an all-too-familiar scene, the Lakers build a large lead and once again fail to maintain it.

Fatigue set in on the second night of a back-to-back for the Lakers.

In their second game in a row without Kobe Bryant, the Lakers showed they are more than just a one-man team.

A Laker loss in Atlanta is punctuated by an injury to Kobe Bryant. Will this season ever have an upside?

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