The (25-6) Lakers are playing the first game of 2010 against the young and talented (14-17) Sacramento Kings. Los Angeles is looking to win their fourth straight over the team they outlasted in overtime six days ago.
The last Monday on 2009 finds the (24-5) Los Angeles Lakers in the desert to take on the (19-12) Phoenix Suns.
The (23-5) Lakers are playing the first game of a two game road trip tonight against the young and talented (13-15) Sacramento Kings.
The Los Angeles Lakers proud possessors of the NBA's best record and still improving are hosting the (22-8) Cleveland Cavaliers...
The (21-4) Los Angeles Lakers are in Detroit to face the (11-15) Pistons. Los Angeles has won three of the five games on this road trip and are out to increase that number to four which would improve their road record to 7-2.
The (20-4) Lakers, holders of the best record in the NBA by virtue of an Elton Brand tip in basket after a certain team sporting the color green had their 11-game winning streak snapped are in New Jersey to face the (2-25) Nets.
The (19-4) Western Conference leading Lakers are in Milwaukee to face the (11-11) Bucks in the third game of a five game road trip.
The (18-4) Los Angeles Lakers are in Chicago to play the second game of their first extended road trip of the season against the (8-14) Bulls.
The (18-3) Los Angeles Lakers, currently on an 11-game winning streak embark on a 5-game 9-day road trip starting tonight facing the (13-9) Utah Jazz in the first of three back-to-back games.
The (17-3) Lakers will host the (3-19) Timberwolves tonight on the last game of a six-game home stand. This scheduled mismatch will begin with Timberwolves Head Coach Kurt Rambis receiving his Championship ring and well wishes from the home crowd prior to the start of the game.
The (16-3) Lakers host the (12-8) Utah Jazz tonight at the Staples Center. Their first of the three game season series against the team...
The (15-3) Los Angeles Lakers will host the division rival (15-5) Phoenix Suns. This is the second of four games this season against the second-place Suns.
The (14-3) Lakers host the (10-8) Miami Heat at the Staples Center tonight. This will be the first of two regular season contests.
The (13-3) Los Angeles Lakers are in the midst of a six game home stand tonight they’re hosting the (7-10) New Orleans Hornets.