The Lakers are in Houston for Game 3 of the Western Conference Semi-Finals against the Rockets. The Lakers were able to bounce back and tie the series in Game 2. The game could be considered a welcome to the Playoffs for the Lakers, so to speak.
The Lakers are back in action tonight at the Staples center to face the Rockets. Several people who felt that the Lakers would sweep the Rockets have to rethink a few things. If the question is asked what caused the Lakers to lose Game 1 to the Rockets, the reasons are plentiful...
The Lakers host the Rockets tonight to start the second round. The Lakers won the season series against the Rockets but realize that you have to elevate your game in the playoffs. The Lakers also know that you can't be over-confident or complacent against any opponent...
The Lakers are back home tonight at the Staples Center to face the Utah Jazz in Game 5. Los Angeles realizes that they were a few made free throws away from taking a 3-0 series lead, letting a winnable game slip through their hands in Game 3.
The Lakers remain in Salt Lake City, Utah to face the Jazz. The Lakers took one on the chin and lost a nail-biter. It was an ugly game for both teams, the Jazz fighting for their playoff lives and the Lakers seeking to take control of the series.
The Lakers have waited a year to get back to the playoffs and come out of them with a different outcome. The Lakers played this season with the single-mindedness of purpose and emerged as one of the leagues best and are prepared to show the world that they're ready to win it all.
The Lakers finish off the regular season tonight with a match-up against a Utah Jazz team that could easily be Los Angeles' first round opponent. This is the last game of the season for both teams. It isn't set in stone yet, that will depend on tonight's game and the Mavericks last game of the season against the Rockets.
The Lakers (and Andrew Bynum) return to work for a huge game at the Staples Center to face the Nuggets. Los Angeles has benefited from improved play as a team and will take a four-game winning streak into tonight's game.
The Lakers are back to work tonight at the Staples Center to face the Clippers. There is no doubt that Los Angeles will win this match up, it is a home game for the Lakers who are 32-5 when sporting the gold or white jerseys.
With the Lakers off to a poor start, trade rumors have begun to swirl around Kobe Bryant, leading many to speculate if he'll leave for greener pastures. Kobe puts those rumors to rest in his interview with Yahoo Sports.