Thursday, October 30, 2014
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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.

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Photo courtesy of Ronald Martinez, Getty Images The “official word” had yet to be uttered from the horse’s mouth at 2 pm this afternoon,...

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Photo courtesy of Jeff Gross, Getty Images "What moves me is watching young men bond together and tap into the magic that arises when...

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Lakers don't have enough to hold off the Spurs. They are officially eliminated from the playoffs.

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With a depleted roster, the Lakers were no match for the San Antonio Spurs; now fall into 0-3 series hole.

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The Lakers tried, but not hard enough, as the Spurs prove they've still got championship mettle.

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Not even Steve Nash's return could secure a win. Spurs win and take an early series lead.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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

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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.

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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

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Julius Randle's devastating injury brings an uncertain immediate future to the Los Angeles Lakers.