Monthly Archives: November 2012

Game 3 Breakdown: Kobe Bryant’s 40 Go To Waste As Turnovers Cost LA Lakers Again

Kobe Bryant did all he could but inconsistencies, turnovers, and lack of team chemistry did the Los Angeles Lakers in once again in their 105-95 loss to their hallway rival, the Los Angeles Clippers. First off, it’s important to note … Continue reading

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Game 3: Los Angeles Lakers Take On Hallway Rivals in First Installment of Battle of LA.

The only two teams in the NBA to share the same building will be squaring off on Friday night at Staples Center as the Los Angeles Lakers seek their first win of the season against the Los Angeles Clippers. When … Continue reading

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Game 2 Breakdown: Turnovers, Fundamental Errors Cost Lakers in Portland

There was a little good, some bad, but mostly ugly in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 116-106 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night at the Rose Garden. Rampant turnovers, poor transition defense, and atrocious bench play did the … Continue reading

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