Lakers vs. Celtics; not much more needs to be said toss up the ball and let's go at it. This is a game that the Lakers have had circled on their calendar the moment the schedule came out.
The Lakers are in Toronto for the fourth game of the road trip to face the Raptors.
The Lakers are in New York for the third game of the road trip to face the Knicks.
The Lakers are in Memphis tonight for the second game of the road trip to take on the Grizzlies.
The Lakers are in Minnesota to face the Timberwolves tonight as the team embarks on a 11-day six game road trip.
The 35-8 Lakers host the 18-26 Charlotte Bobcats at the Staples center looking to improve their home record to 24-3.
The Lakers vs. Spurs series of the 2008-2009 season moves into round two this Sunday. The 34-8 Lakers have a 22-3 home record; it is imperative that the team raises that number to 23, and the Lakers owe the 29-13 Spurs a loss.
The 33-8 Lakers are back at home to host the 9-32 Washington Wizards. The Lakers are coming off of a 108-97 win over the Clippers; the Wizards are coming off of a rare 110-107 road win against the Kings.
The 32-8 Lakers are back in action as the road team against their cross-town rival the 9-31 Clippers.
The 31-8 Lakers are back at the Staples Center tonight hosting the 31-7 Cleveland Cavaliers in celebration of MLK day.
The 31-7 Lakers are back at Staples Center tonight to face the Orlando Magic. The Lakers split the two-game Texas road trip, beating Houston and losing a tough game to the Spurs.
The 31-6 Lakers remain on the road for the second stop on their 'Texas two-step" a match up with the San Antonio Spurs.
The Lakers are in Texas for a two-game road trip starting tonight against the Rockets. The Lakers face the 24-15 Rockets, who will be without the services of Tracy McGrady & Ron Artest tonight.
The Lakers are back at work tonight at the Staples Center to host the Miami Heat and improve their home record to 20-2.