Nash Controls Game Late. Lakers Beat Knicks 100-94

Pau Gasol puts the Lakers ahead for good on a strong drive to the basket with 12 seconds to play, putting them up 99-94. The New York Knicks lose the ball on the following possession, failing to  inbound the ball and get a shot. Jodie Meeks makes one of two free throws before time expires.

Nash Returns. Lakers Win at Golden State, 118-115

The Lakers won their 4th in a row but it took overtime to put away the Golden State Warriors. Kobe missed a potential game winner in regulation but made the shots in OT to help capture the win over the Warriors. Kobe scored a game high 34 points and added 10 rebounds and 5 assist.

Lakers Come Back to Beat Bobcats, 101-100

The Lakers pulled out a win in a roller coaster of game Tuesday night against the Charlotte Bobcats at Staples Center. The Lakers fell behind quickly to the Bobcats but were able recover and lead by 2 at the end of the 1st quarter. The Lakers extended their lead to as much as 10 inContinue reading “Lakers Come Back to Beat Bobcats, 101-100”

Lakers Inching Closer to Rock Bottom After 107 – 116 Loss to Knicks

The Knicks spoiled Mike D’Antoni’s return to MadisonSquareGarden for the first time as an opposing coach of his former team by dominating the Lakers on their way to a 116-07 win. Carmelo was on his game early by scoring 22 points in the 1st quarter which helped build the Knicks lead to 14 after theContinue reading “Lakers Inching Closer to Rock Bottom After 107 – 116 Loss to Knicks”

Lakers Don’t Have Answers Before or After 100-94 Loss to Cavs

Another night for the Lakers to begin their turn around from slump to an upward climb to resembling that dominating team that we all expected with the additions of Super stars Dwight Howard and Steve Nash. Last night was just another lost opportunity for the Los Angeles Lakers.  The Los Angeles Lakers, again, looked uninspired in theirContinue reading “Lakers Don’t Have Answers Before or After 100-94 Loss to Cavs”