Monday, September 22, 2014
Postgame

Postgame

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Despite the late push in Oakland, the Lakers weren't able to stop the red hot Warriors.

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In an all-too-familiar scene, the Lakers build a large lead and once again fail to maintain it.

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Fatigue set in on the second night of a back-to-back for the Lakers.

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In their second game in a row without Kobe Bryant, the Lakers showed they are more than just a one-man team.

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A Laker loss in Atlanta is punctuated by an injury to Kobe Bryant. Will this season ever have an upside?

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No amount of boos or hostility in Orlando could sway Dwight Howard. He dominated the game as only he could.

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Dwight Howard led the defense and Kobe Bryant led the offense against a depleted, but scrappy Bulls team.

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Another deficit, another day - that's how the Lakers treated this game to start, but Kobe Bryant led the way to victory in the end.

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Down by 25 points? No problem, says Kobe Bryant, as he and Dwight Howard lead the Lakers in a furious comeback to win in New Orleans.

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Kobe Bryant's valiant effort was simply not enough, as the Lakers dropped one to the Thunder in Oklahoma City.

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What is that? Yep, it's .500 in the Standings. The Lakers got there by winning a close one against the Hawks.

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The Lakers roll to an easy victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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Despite another big night from Kobe Bryant, the Lakers fell to a Denver Nuggets team who was faster, stronger and more determined to win the game. And at a time when it mattered most, the Lakers' free throw shooting didn't help.

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In their first game since their team owner passed, the Lakers put on a show that would make Jerry Buss proud.

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