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Barry's Ticket Services offers great deals on Lakers Tickets for all home games at the Staples Center. Barry's has been serving the Los Angeles area for over 30 years with No Service Fees or Hidden Charges at the checkout. All Lakers Tickets are 100% guaranteed to be Authentic and Delivered on time.


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Event Date Venue Availabilty
Los Angeles Lakers vs Utah Jazz (PRE)
October 19, 2014
Sunday - 6:30 PM
Staples Center (Basketball)
Los Angeles, CA
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Los Angeles Lakers vs Sacramento Kings
October 24, 2014
Friday - 7:00 PM
MGM Grand Garden Arena (Basketball)
Las Vegas, NV
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Barry's Ticket Office is located caddy-corner from the Staples Center

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1020 S. FigueroaLos Angeles,CA 90015
Phone: 213-749-0057
Hours: Mon-Sun 10am - 9pm
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Ordering and Receiving LA Lakers Tickets:
Online - Order your tickets safe and securely and download them when it's convenient for you to do so.
Call Us - You can call our office at 800 348 8499 and speak to a live rep who has been to the Staples Center and can help you with any questions you might have, they have the tickets set up to be downloaded by you, Fed Ex'ed or you can pick up your tickets in person at one of our Los Angeles offices
Walk In - Barry's Tickets has an office caddy-corner from the Staples Center inside the Luxe Hotel. We are open seven days a week from 10am-9pm.

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Barry's Ticket Service is a Los Angeles based ticket broker who has been selling Lakers Tickets since 1985. We have physical tickets for all games at the STAPLES Center, and you can pick up your tickets at our office right next to the STAPLES Center if you like. We also offer Fed Ex and Instant Download on certain tickets as well. Unlike most other ticket website we sell Lakers Tickets up until game time on our website as well as offer tickets in our downtown office if available. All of our Lakers Tickets are 100% guaranteed to be on time and always authentic.

Lakers in sixth spot for Lotty Ticket

Lakers Tickets After losing to the San Antonio Spurs and Washington Wizards the Los Angeles Lakers wrapped up the week with a victory over the Orlando Magic to salvage a 1-2 record for the week. Out of playoff contention the Lakers received some surprising news when Steve Nash returned versus the Washington Wizards. Due to a nerve root irritation Nash was supposedly out for the remainder of the season, but returned with 5 points and 11 assists in 19 minutes versus the Wizards. The Lakers had been down to one point guard after yet another injury to Jordan Farmar, leaving the Lakers with just Kendal Marshall at the point guard spot. Nash is determined to come back next season, in what likely will be his 19th and final season. The past two years have been injury ravaged and Head Coach Mike D'Antoni indicated that the remaining 15 games will be a good test for Nash as he prepares for next season.

Week Recap: Wednesday night saw the red hot San Antonio Spurs make the visit to STAPLES Center. With 13 consecutive victories the Spurs are primed for a deep playoff run and hold the top overall record in the NBA. The game was relatively close at half time but San Antonio pulled away, outscoring the Lakers by fifteen in the second half. Pau Gasol led the Lakers with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists. The victory was the Spurs seventh straight over the Lakers. Kent Bazemore added 13 for the Lakers. Los Angeles returned home Friday night to host John Wall and the Washington Wizards. After a big first quarter, in which they ran out to a 12 point lead, the Lakers fought back in the game only to see the Wizards pull away late. The game was marred slightly towards the end when Drew Gooden of the Wizards got into a scuffle with Nick Young and Jordan Hill of the Lakers while fighting for a loose ball. Gooden and Hill were ejected while Young was assessed a technical foul. Jodie Meeks had 21 points for the Lakers who had a full roster of 12 players for the first time since March 4, with the return of Steve Nash. Pau Gasol added 14 points and 14 rebounds. The Lakers wrapped up the week by defeating the Orlando Magic 103-94 behind a huge game from Jordan Hill. The Lakers power forward had one of the best games of his career, with 28 points and 13 rebounds. Steve Nash did not play.

Lakers Tickets The Week Ahead: Tuesday night the Lakers host Phil Jackson's new team, the New York Knicks, before heading off on a two game road swing that will bring them to Minnesota and Milwaukee. Following the Minnesota game the Lakers return home for a Sunday night game at STAPLES Center versus the Phoenix Suns.

Where They Stand: At 23-46 the Lakers are second to last in the Western Conference. If the season ended today they would have the 6th spot in the NBA draft lottery. -Barry's Tickets

   
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