Anna Gonda

Anna Gonda has been the post-game editor for 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.

No amount of boos or hostility in Orlando could sway Dwight Howard. He dominated the game as only he could.

Dwight Howard led the defense and Kobe Bryant led the offense against a depleted, but scrappy Bulls team.

Another deficit, another day - that's how the Lakers treated this game to start, but Kobe Bryant led the way to victory in the end.

Down by 25 points? No problem, says Kobe Bryant, as he and Dwight Howard lead the Lakers in a furious comeback to win in New Orleans.

Kobe Bryant's valiant effort was simply not enough, as the Lakers dropped one to the Thunder in Oklahoma City.

What is that? Yep, it's .500 in the Standings. The Lakers got there by winning a close one against the Hawks.

The Lakers roll to an easy victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Despite another big night from Kobe Bryant, the Lakers fell to a Denver Nuggets team who was faster, stronger and more determined to win the game. And at a time when it mattered most, the Lakers' free throw shooting didn't help.

In their first game since their team owner passed, the Lakers put on a show that would make Jerry Buss proud.

It was a third consecutive All-Star Game win for the Western Conference.

The Clippers let it rain, and the Lakers sure didn't do anything to stop them.

Dwight Howard and Antawn Jamison lead the Lakers to a win over the Phoenix Suns.

The Lakers kept it close throughout, but were unable to close against the defending champs.

The Lakers fall behind by 20 points, but manage to rally to get the win.

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