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The Lakers snapped their 5 game losing streak with a win over the Detroit Pistons. Jordan Hill led all scorers with 16 points in a game where 7 Lakers players scored in double figures. The game marked a milestone for Coach Byron Scott, who coached his 1,000 regular season game. Some positive news for the Lakers came from Kobe Bryant, said before the game that he intends to come back next season in what would be his 20th season in the league. Nick Young is still out of the lineup, missing his 11th consecutive game with a sore left knee. Whether he will come back to play this season is still unknown, as there are possibilities for him to be shut down for the season.

The Lakers take their 5 game losing streak to New Orleans, where they hope to end the skid. Kobe Bryant has been given rest the past two games, and is scheduled to return in uniform for the game with New Orleans. In his absence, Nick Young has been carrying the scoring load, scoring 23 and 24 points in loses to Utah and Phoenix. The Lakers desperately need Bryant and his scoring to end the skid.

Following a win versus Orlando and a loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Lakers host the Miami Heat. The duel will feature two great shooting guards that haven’t been healthy in the past few seasons in Bryant and Wade. Bryant missed both the Orlando and the Portland game, as he was given rest by coach Byron Scott. He will in uniform today, ready to go. With Bryant in street clothes, Jeremy Lin carried the load versus Orlando with 18 points and 6 assists, while Boozer grabbed 14 rebounds.

The New Year hasn’t brought joy and victories for the Lakers, as they have fallen to the Grizzlies and Blazers the past week. Truth be told, this Lakers team is not on the level with some of the Western elites. Best evidence is the game versus Portland, when Jordan Hill had a great game with 26 points and 13 rebounds, and the Lakers didn’t manage to capitalize. Damien Lillard with 39 points stood in their way to victory. The Lakers did manage to get a win last week, beating the Pacers at home as Nick Young played the scorer with 22 points, and Bryant was in a role of fascinator with 6 assists. The night before New Year’s Eve, the Lakers fall to the Nuggets, in a night when Kobe recorded a triple double with 23 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds, leading the team in every significant category.

With a three game losing streak, the Lakers visit Denver tonight. Christmas didn’t bring the presents the Lakers were hoping, as they have lost three games since Christmas. The Christmas matchup with the Bulls in Chicago was definitely not the homecoming Boozer was expected, as the Bulls routed the Lakers 113-93. And to make matters worse, ex Laker Pau Gasol was the leader for the Bulls, scoring 23 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. The bright spot from last week was the win versus the Golden State Warriors, the leading team in the West. Boozer led the way for the Lakers with 18 points and 9 rebounds.

A three game losing streak and a possible fourth loss is what the Lakers are faced with when they host the Warriors tonight. The past week included losses to the Pacers, Kings and Thunder. The Thunder game is especially painful, as the Lakers couldn’t manage to win despite having the last possession. Kobe Bryant missed a jumper in the last seconds of the game, finishing the game with a stat of just 9 points on 3 of 15 shooting. Bryant did recorded 9 assists in the Thunder game, but it was not enough as the Lakers fall 104-103.

For the first time in the season, the Lakers are on a three game winning streak. What is impressive is that one of those 3 wins came versus the Spurs, the defending champions. Kobe Bryant scored 22 points in the win versus the Spurs, but it was Nick Young’s 3 pointer that brought the win to the Lakers in overtime. Notable moment from last week: Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan for third place on the all time scoring list. The memorable moment came in the game versus Minnesota, with Bryant leading the way with 26 points. Carlos Boozer contributed with 13 rebounds in the Minnesota game.

Four games, three loses for the Lakers. Especially painful was the loss to the Pelicans, a game in which no Lakers player scored more than 14 points. The Lakers did put 6 players in double figures in the game versus Pelicans, but they shoot just 40% from the floor and 30% from the 3-pt line as a team. Bryant scored 14 points, but on 6 from 18 shooting. Their lone win last week came versus the Pistons, with Jordan Hill scoring 22 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. Kobe Bryant managed 13 assists in the Pistons game.

The Lakers did beat the Houston Rockets and Dwight Howard, but their worst defensive game in the season, allowing the Dallas Mavericks to score 140 points. The Lakers allowed the Mavericks to shoot 62% from the field and 51% from the 3-pt line. In their victory versus the Rockets, Bryant was the leading scorer with 29 points, while dishing 7 assists. Carlos Boozer continued to grab double digit rebounds, 13 in this game. The past week also included a win versus Atlanta, with Bryant scoring 28 points.

The Lakers are on a four game losing streak and have won just one game from the start of the season, their lone victory versus the Charlotte Hornets on November 9. Kobe Bryant is doing everything that he can to help the Lakers win, scoring 28 (and 6 assists) in a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, 33 (with 5 assists) versus the Pelicans and 44 versus the Golden State Warriors. But he is getting little help from teammates. The only game Bryant was not the leading scorer the past week was the matchup with the Spurs, when Boozer led the way with 19 points. But the Lakers lost, and Kobe scored just 9 points.

The Lakers beat the Toronto Raptors in overtime the past week, but lost 119-120 to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Kobe Bryant had a clean look to bring the victory to the Lakers in the Timberwolves game, but he missed the shot. Bryant was the leading scorer for the Lakers in both games, scoring 26 versus Minnesota and 31 versus Toronto. In the Raptors game, Bryant also grabbed 11 rebounds and dished 11 assists for his 20th career triple double.

Los Angeles Lakers History

Much like a lot of teams in the NBA, the Lakers have had a long and complicated history. The team has moved from Buffalo to San Diego and finally to Los Angeles since their inception in 1970. The team moved to Los Angeles to become the Los Angeles Lakers in 1984. The one constant has been fans who have always bought Los Angeles Lakers tickets in high numbers, no matter where the team was. Unfortunately, success has not followed the Lakers in the same way that the fans have. They have never won anything of significance in the NBA. 0 division, state, and NBA titles is a poor return for a franchise that has a huge supporter base. Fans will be hoping that the next two or three seasons bring about a different story. In fact, the Los Angeles Lakers tickets holders have only seen the playoffs a total of eight times in their long history. That is a disappointing return for any NBA team. There were a couple of playoff seasons where fans begin to wonder if they would finally make an NBA finals appearance, but it was just not meant to be. However, those who bought Los Angeles Lakers tickets for the playoffs were delighted just to be able to see such high intensity, end of season clashes. Los Angeles Lakers tickets sell remarkably well for a team with little success. While not all games are sell outs, most of the major clashes have Los Angeles tickets sales being very good. The past few years have seen even more drawn to watch them at the Staples Center, with the likes of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul being members of the roster. Lakers fans will be hoping a division or Conference title is not far away.

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What to look forward to in the Lakers schedule for the 2014 season. Lakers vs Lakers both the Oct 31st and April 5th will be home games for the Lake Show. The January 15th Lakers Cavaliers meeting will bring Lebron James into town for the only time during the season it will be a Thursday 7:30 game start. The Lakers vs Rockets on Oct 28th and again on January 25th is all when Dwight Howard comes to Los Angeles. Kevin Durant and the OKC Thunder vs Lakers will play twice this season at Staples on Dec 19th and Sunday March 1st which is a 12:30 game.

Some other games of note for LA will be the Lakers Celtics on Sunday Feb 22, Lakers Bulls on Jan 29th and the New York Knicks on March 12th. Friday November 14th at 7:00pm is the only time the Lakers and Spurs will play at the Staples Center this year.

Kobe and the Lakers are looking forward with the departure of D'Antoni and brining in new coach Byron Scott as well as Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer they still look to be completive in the extremely tough western conference.

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