Postgame

The Lakers started off well, but couldn't contain the mighty Thunder.

Lakers lose to the Phoenix Suns, 114-108, despite Kobe Bryant's improved play.

Bryant returns, but Lakers are unable to stop Raptors.

Lakers intensify defense late in the third quarter and hold off Kings until the end.

Two huge runs get the Lakers close to a victory, but they still fall short in the end to the Trail Blazers.

Lakers hold out for a victory in the Motor City.

Lakers defeat the Nets 99-94, led by Nick Young's 26 points off the bench.

The Lakers lived by the three and only the three in the nation's capital, and the result is a defense-less game that cost them another victory.

Led, again, by Pau Gasol, the Lakers defeat the Kings and start a winning streak.

No Kobe, No Nash, no problem against the Warriors.

Jordan Hill dominates game to help the Lakers get their fifth win.

The Lakers are in desperate need for a closer, as they lose to the Memphis Grizzlies.

The Lakers were within striking distance for the majority of the game, but the Nuggets had the altitude and attitude advantage when it came time to close the game.

Jordan Hill thrives in the starting line-up and helps the Lakers' blowout of the New Orleans Pelicans.

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