Steve Avery

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The Lakers snapped their 3 game losing streak at home Tuesday night against the Raptors. All it took was a fourth quarter comeback capped by a game winner from none other than Kobe Bryant.

The Lakers made a great late comeback to put the game in overtime, but it wasn't enough Thursday night as the Heat made the final run.

The Lakers finally blew out an opponent Tuesday night at Staples with another balanced scoring attack.

This game went much similar to last nights game vs. Memphis, but Dallas wasn't quite so easy in the final minute.

This one went back and forth for awhile before Memphis opened up a lead in the fourth. Clearly that lead wasn't large enough as it only took two missed free throws by Mayo and two clutch threes by Kobe to seal a win for the Lakers Tuesday night in Memphis.

Shannon Bryant, err... I mean Brown came through tonight against the Golden State Warriors as Kobe missed his fourth consecutive game.

The Lakers rebounded from Sunday's loss with an easy win Tuesday night in the nation's capital.

The Lakers couldn't pull this one out Sunday night in Toronto. It was one of the few games since Gasol arrived in L.A. that the Lakers lost after leading after 3 quarters of play.

The Lakers continued their road trip Friday night in a back-to-back in New York.

The Lakers continued to struggle on the road as they got beaten by the Spurs Tuesday night.

The Lakers finally got back on track with a W Sunday night at Staples Center as they blew out the Bucks in front of another sellout crowd.

History repeated itself Friday night as the Lakers lost their ninth straight game at the Rose Garden in Portland.

The Lakers played some terrible basketball tonight as they got embarrassed in front of over 19,000 at the Staples Center Wednesday night on an ESPN telecast.

It was an ugly low-scoring game tonight at Staples Center. Neither team shot well nor took care of the ball. Hell, even the bench came back to earth Tuesday night with only 14 points.

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