The Lakers continue on their dark path as Kevin Durant and the OKC Thunder get an easy victory at Staples.
The shorthanded Lakers showed they are still a force to be reckoned with, but fell short to the Spurs 108-105. Jordan Grant has the story from San Antonio.
Defense continues to haunt the Lakers as they create the second 4-game losing streak of the season.
The Lakers start strong, but fail to sustain their efforts throughout. 2013 remains a winless year thusfar.
Not even 38 points from Kobe Bryant or a double-double from both Dwight Howard and Steve Nash could help the Lakers fend off the Chris Paul-led Clippers.
The Lakers' defense continues to elude them and the Philadelphia 76ers took advantage.
Dwight Howard led the way on defense and Steve Nash guided the offense - it was a wire to wire victory for the Lakers to end the year.
The Lakers 5-game winning streak comes to an end as they fall to the Denver Nuggets, 126-114. Not even Kobe Bryant's 40 points could keep secure a victory.
What a difference a Nash makes. The Lakers get their fifth win in a row against the hot New York Knicks.
The Lakers win their fourth game in a row, coming back from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit in Steve Nash's return. Kobe Bryant continues his scoring run with 34 points.
The Charlotte Bobcats brought their 11 game losing streak into Staples, and it took nothing short of a furious run by the Lakers to fend them off, 101-100.
Two wins in a row for these Lakers, and though it’s nothing relatively impressive, we’ve learned this season that we must appreciate small glories, and a two-win streak is just that.
Smiling faces - all it took was a victory. No matter the opponent…no matter the arena – when you’ve lost four in a row like the Lakers have, getting any win means something.
In their fourth loss in a row, the Lakers, again, fell behind to start the game, and had no choice but to play catch-up to give themselves a chance to win.