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Los Angeles Lakers 2014 News and Updates
3/5/14 - Break up the Lakers. While not exactly Showtime these days, the Lakers are winners of two straight, including a 107-106 defeat of Portland on the road thanks to a last second alley-oop play from Kent Bazemore to Wesley Johnson; while before that, knocking off Sacramento at the Staples Center by a 126-122 count. Center Pau Gasol led the Lakers with 22 points, nine rebounds and five assists; Jodie Meeks chipped in 21 points; and Kendall Marshall dished out 11 assists on the night. Off the court, ESPNLosAngeles’s Dave McMenamin reported that Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni does not expect to see guard Steve Nash play the rest of the season.
2/26/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers found themselves playing a part in history last weekend, being the opponent for the Brooklyn Nets return of center Jason Collins. The Lakers ultimately dropped the contest 108-102, Currently on a two-game swing to Indiana and Memphis, the Lakers announced that Nick Young would not accompany the team on their road trip, citing continuing problems with Young’s left knee. Young played 20 minutes against the Nets over the weekend but is being listed as day to day by the Lakers.
2/18/14 - Whither the Lakers? Their usual main man, Kobe Bryant, is out with a left knee fracture, with no timetable for returning. Their starting point guard, Steve Nash, is listed as day to day. Pau Gasol, the starting center, could return from a groin injury as soon as mid-week; but trade rumors are swirling around the Spaniard as the deadline approaches. And moreover, the Lakers are tied with former playoff nemesis Sacramento for the worst record in the Western Conference. All totaled, the 2013-14 season will not be remembered fondly in SoCal if things continue on their current pace.
2/6/14 - How bad has it gotten for the Lakers of late? In their February 5 win over Cleveland, the Laker bench became so depleted through injuries that, even though he fouled out, an NBA rule kept Robert Sacre in the game because they had no one else available to replace him once he collected his sixth foul. During the game, Nick Young (twisted knee) and Jordan Farmar (cramps) had to leave due to injuries, and Chris Kaman fouled out early in the fourth quarter, leaving the Lakers with just five players: Sacre, Ryan Kelly, Steve Blake, Wesley Johnson, and Kendall Marshall. The Lakers still managed to pull out the win.
1/31/14 - If it seems there’s been a role reversal in Los Angeles – no matter how temporary – you’d be right, the heady Lake Show days long in the rear view mirror for the Lakers. Ravaged by injuries to Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash among others, the Lakers continue to limp along well off the pace in the Western Conference, 15 1/2 games behind their Staples Center cohorts, the Clippers, and just percentage points ahead of last place Sacramento. The Lakers have dropped their last five and eight of their last 10 games, both of their victories on the road at Boston and Toronto.
1/21/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers lost a heartbreaker on the road yesterday to the Bulls, 100-102. Chicago’s Taj Gibson effectively snapped LA’s two-game win streak with an overtime layup as the buzzer sounded, leaving the Lakers 16-26, looking at a brutal stretch of schedule still ahead. The Lakers outlasted Rondo’s return to the Celtic’s a week ago, and they’ll have to pull out all the stops when they face a battalion of superstars this Thurs against Miami—this hot match offers a $77 minimum in South Florida. The Lakers will continue their seven-game road stand against Orlando (1/24, get-in for $16) and New York(1/26, get-in for $61), before coming home to host the Pacers (1/28, get-in for $29) and Bobcats (1/31, get-in for $24). Can the injury-riddled Lakers dig themselves out of this hole? They did last year, finishing the second half of the season 28-13 after an abysmal start. Get your Los Angeles Lakers tickets now and watch this storied team do it again!
2/13/13 - Despite bringing in a pair of marquee names in the offseason (Steve Nash and Dwight Howard), the Los Angeles Lakers find themselves struggling just to make the playoffs. The Lake Show, while still led on the floor by Kobe Bryant (currently third in the NBA in points per game), were a coaching carousel early in the season before settling on Mike D'Antoni. Not only that, but the team was struggling — and continues to struggle — with injuries to key players. Both newcomers, Nash and Howard, have been on the injury list for significant periods of time, as well as Pau Gasol; Howard's injuries are a key loss, as he ranks in the league's top five in rebounding and blocked shots. The only player to appear in as many games as Bryant has been forward Metta World Peace.
And, while offensively the Lakers are doing quite well — top ten rankings in the league in both points per game and rebounds — as a team, they need a reminder that basketball has two sides, offense and defense, as they are in the bottom quarter of the league in points allowed. Staples Center faithful can only hope that their boys in purple and gold can turn things around for a stretch run into the playoffs — otherwise they'll be on the outside watching Lob City and wondering what could have been. Lakers tickets average $268 at Staples Center, the second most expensive home game ticket in the NBA behind the New York Knicks. On the road, LA Lakers tickets average $70 less per ticket ($198) — only the world champion Miami Heat have a greater demand for road game tickets in the league. Who are the Lakers playing at Staples Center? The Lakers schedule includes upcoming home games with the Boston Celtics (2/20), Portland Trail Blazers (2/22),
Atlanta Hawks (3/3) and Chicago Bulls (3/10).
Los Angeles Lakers 2013-2014 Season
When will Kobe be back? It’s the question on every Lakers fan’s mind these days. Bryant’s return
to the court is key to the success of the Los Angeles Lakers season. The 5x NBA Champion will sit out tonight’s season opener against the Clippers, but has been cleared for full weight-bearing running. His comeback is in full swing; but in the meantime, future Hall-of-Famer Steve Nash, Jordan Farmar, and Steve Blake will be called upon to be playmakers. The Los Angeles Lakers are one of just three teams in the league to see a fall in average ticket price since last season. Entering the 2013-14 season, Lakers tickets average $275, still second highest in the NBA
but down 6% since last year. The most expensive game at Staples Center this year is the Christmas Day matchup against the Heat. Lakers vs. Heat tickets on December 25 start at $152 and is one of the Top 5 NBA games
this season based on average price ($615).
The Lakers season last year was one of the most disappointing in the storied franchise’s history, and was punctuated by the offseason departure of top free agent Dwight Howard. Their success this season hinges on the health of Kobe Bryant’s Achilles and the performance of aging former All-Stars Steve Nash and Pau Gasol. The Lakers open their season on 10/29 against the Clippers in the first of four regular season games against their L.A. nemesis. The annual Christmas Day game will be held at home against the 2-time defending champion Heat. Both Andrew Bynum and Dwight Howard make their hyped returns to Staples Center this season: Cleveland Cavaliers at Los Angeles Lakers on 1/14 (avg. $270) and Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers on 2/19 (avg. $421).