The Lakers rolled into Barclays Center, and left the city of Brooklyn in a state of shock.
Say what?? No wonder Lakers are so good. With a couple more meetings like this, they are bound to turn the season around.
With yet another disappointing road loss, this time to the shorthanded Chicago Bulls, the Lakers are running out of excuses.
With the Lakers in disarray, and the likelihood of a miraculous turnaround fading, it's time to call in a few stunt doubles to salvage what's left of the season.
The Lakers ended 2012 by winning 6 of their last 7, but that doesn't mean they don't have a long list of New Years Resolutions for 2013.
With Christmas only days away, our own Jon Gaffer expects the Lakers to unwrap a perfect end to a shaky 2012.
As if a 3-7 record in their last 10 games isn't bad enough, it sounds as if newly acquired PG Steve Nash is out for at least another two weeks.
Beginning to a championship end?
For this Lakers team, it's all about the ring.
Photo by USA Today As the Lakers prepare to face the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center tonight, there will be a new (but...
You think the first two games were bad? Wait til you see the ending.