Los Angeles Lakers TicketsThere’s plenty to see in L.A., but nothing quite like taking in a game at Staples Center. The 2015-16 Los Angeles Lakers season is shaping up to be an intriguing one, as the storied franchise seeks to bounce back from one of the toughest years in recent memory. Living legend Kobe Bryant is playing the final season of his illustrious career, and the notoriously-competitive shooting guard will surely be driven by the chance to lead his team of young players. Newly-acquired Roy Hibbert joins the Lake Show this year to anchor the inside game, and Ohio State standout D’Angelo Russell is likely to see time at the point guard position in his first year as a pro. Score your Los Angeles Lakers tickets today!
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Kobe Bryant’s Farewell Tour Comes to a Close
For 20 seasons, Kobe Bryant has remained one of the NBA’s most iconic names. He’s been called the heir to Michael Jordan and the greatest Laker ever to suit up in purple and gold. No. 24 enters into the final 24 games of his storied career this month, leaving hoops fans just a few more opportunities to see him play in person before he hangs up the high-tops. Now more than ever, demand for cheap Los Angeles Lakers tickets is at a fever pitch.
Passing the Torch
See the Black Mamba take on LeBron James one final time in L.A. on Thursday, March 10th—discount ticket prices start at $180. Now truly a once-in-a-lifetime event in the making, this is one sports memory you won’t want to miss out on. Be there with great seats from Razorgator!
Los Angeles Lakers 2015-2016 News and Updates
Because the Los Angeles Lakers are not going to the playoffs, only three home games remain for them this year. If you are revving to catch them in action one more time before having to wait until next year, be sure to catch one of the upcoming matchups. First, they will be hosting the Boston Celtics on April 3rd. The Celtics are currently number seven in the league, so that is sure to be an exciting game. Tickets are available starting at $199. Then, the Lakers will be hosting the Los Angeles Clippers on April 6th, followed by the Utah Jazz on April 13th. Take advantage of this last hurrah for the Lakers.
Unlike other years, the Los Angeles Lakers have really struggled this season. The Lakers are currently sitting at the bottom of the barrel in the Western Conference and have only won 15 games and lost 55. No playoff dreams are insight for the Lakers this year, but the team is still plunking along trying to pull off any wins they can muster. On Tuesday, March 22 the Lakers were finally successful and beat off the Memphis Grizzlies. Even though this was an unlikely win for the Lakers, they were able to hold off the Grizzlies offensively and take home the victory. See them play the Denver Nuggets on Friday. Tickets start at $6.
3/18/16 - There always has to be a losing team and the Los Angeles Lakers have taken on that role for this season. The Lakers have lost their last three games in a row after coming off of two huge wins against the Golden State Warriors and the Orlando Magic. On Tuesday night, the Lakers took on their fellow state members, the Sacramento Kings. The Kings took control of the ball the second the game began and quickly took a huge 32-15 lead in the first quarter. The deficit was too large for the Lakers to bridge, ending the game at 98-106 for the Kings. See what the Lakers can pull together when they take on the Phoenix Suns on March 18.
2/10/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers used to be one of the best teams in the NBA just a few years ago, and now they are pulling up the caboose in the Western conference. However, the beginning of February started out well for the Lakers with two wins right in a row. After their win against the Pelicans on February 4, things started going south. On Wednesday night, the Lakers took on the Cleveland Cavaliers in Cleveland. The Lakers fell behind quickly in the first half and were unable to comeback in the last two quarters. The Lakers fell short and lost 111-120. Watch them play the Spurs live on February 19. Tickets are still available.
2/3/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers have a large series of away series starting, but they have been able to kick it off strong. For the first time in a while, the Lakers have won back-to-back matchups. On February 2nd, they hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves and blew them away with a final count of 119 points. Two days later, on the 4th, the Lakers travelled to New Orleans to face the Pelicans. This time, the Lakers pulled off a victory by just three points. They may be on the road until February 19th, but could this be the beginning of a winning streak for the Lakers? Their next home game will be against the San Antonio Spurs.
1/27/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers are still struggling to add wins to their record. They came close when they hosted the Mavericks on January 26. The Mavericks outscored the Lakers in the first quarter, but the Lakers had a strong second quarter, sending the teams into the locker room at the half with the Lakers ahead by two. The Lakers stayed in the game, and it was tied as the game reached the final seconds. However, the Mavericks scored with just two seconds left to secure the victory over the Lakers. The Lakers lost their next game to the Bulls on the 28. They next play the Clippers on January 29. You can still get tickets with prices as low as $7.
1/20/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers have once again found themselves in a losing streak after winning against the Pelicans on the 12. Their most recent loss came against the Kings on January 20. Despite trailing for most of the game, the Lakers never gave up. They even outscored the Kings in the second quarter 34-39. After getting close, they remained within a few points until the Kings had a 13-0 run halfway through the fourth quarter. They were unable to recover from that run. Brandon Bass led the team with a season-high 18 points. They next play the Spurs at home on Friday, January 22. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at just $7.
1/13/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers have managed to put an end to their short four-game losing streak. They hosted the New Orleans Pelicans on January 12th, ending with the Lakers ahead with a final score of 91-95. They started out by falling behind in the opening quarter, but the Lakers managed to turn things around in the final period. This victory brings their season record to 9-31. They just have a few away games before they return to Los Angeles for a nice long series of home games. This is your best opportunity to catch the Lakers in action. Tickets for their first game back, against the Houston Rockets, start at $67.
1/6/16 - The Los Angeles Lakers have been dominating the court lately, but they unfortunately ended their series of home games on a low note. After returning to Los Angeles on January 1st, they managed to get their winning streak up to three. Their final matchup, however, against the Golden State Warriors, ended with the Lakers behind 109-88. This loss against the top team in the league is not entirely unexpected, but it is still disappointing. This means the Lakers now have a season record of 8-28. This is the Laker’s strongest run of games, so fans are hoping their luck has not run out yet. From here, they will be travelling to play the Sacramento Kings, then return for some more home games on January 8th.
12/30/15 - The Kobe Bryant Retirement Tour continues for the Los Angeles Lakers, as they get set to enter 2016 on what they hope will be a good note. They’ll need to top their age-old rivals in Boston to snap a four-game skid which comes at the tail end of six losses in seven games. In all likelihood, the contest will mark Kobe’s final outing at TD Garden, after scores of memorable matchups versus Paul Pierce and other Celtics greats over the years. The Lake Show returns home to host Phoenix on Jan. 3rd and you can score tickets from $85 and up! Don’t miss one of your last chances to see one of the all-time greats on the court!
12/24/15 - After getting a win against the Bucks, the Los Angeles Lakers added two more losses to their record. Their latest loss came against the Thunder on December 19. Kobe Bryant sat out the game due to a sore right shoulder, and Anthony Brown played in his stead. Lou Williams led the team in scoring with 20 points, and Jordan Clarkson helped out with 15 points. The final score was 118-78, which marked the second-lowest score the Lakers had this season. The Lakers are in Denver to play on the 22 and then head home to play their city rivals the Clippers on Christmas Day. Tickets remain available for prices starting at just $10.
12/16/15 - There is no question that the Los Angeles Lakers have been struggling this season, but they are still surprising fans. On December 15th, the Lakers earned their fourth victory of the year, against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Lakers opponents earned 95 points, while the Lakers themselves came away with an impressive 113 points. In fact, they earned the most points in the first three quarters, and only scored two less points in the final period. Hopefully this victory means the Lakers have built up some momentum and will earn a few more victories in the coming games. They will be hosting the Houston Rockets on December 17th before hitting the road again, so this may your best chance to see if they have what it takes to win again.
12/9/15 - After their win on December 2 against the Wizards, the Los Angeles Lakers have once again added nothing but losses to their record when they fell to the Hawks, Pistons, Raptors, and Timberwolves. It appeared that things might once again go their way against the Timberwolves after the Lakers played a close game that went into overtime. They lost by one point, with misses from D'Angelo Russell and Roy Hibbert in the final 9 seconds ending their chances of a win. Kobe Bryant chose to sit out the fourth quarter and overtime period in this stop of his retirement tour. The Lakers next play the Spurs on December 11, and tickets are available starting at $52.
12/2/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers are definitely going through a rough patch this season, being at the very bottom of the Western Conference standings. They lost over six games in a row at the end of November and things were looking pretty grim. However, they had a bright spot occur when they finally won a game against the Washington Wizards on December 2. It all came down to the final seconds of the game and a lot of the win was due to Kobe Bryant’s outstanding performance. He was able to hit a pull-up jumper with only 30 seconds remaining, which gave the Lakers the lead and win. Get your tickets today to see the Lakers in the flesh. You won’t regret it.
11/25/15 - After the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Pacers, they unfortunately lost the next three games in a row against the Suns, Raptors, and Trail Blazers. The Lakers want another win on their record, which is now 2-11, and will look to turn things around when they play the Golden State Warriors in Oakland on November 24. The Warriors are poised to make history for the most wins to start the season. It may seem as though the Lakers have a small chance of winning, but Kobe Bryant feels differently. He says anything is possible, while coach Byron Scott knows the Warriors will be a tough opponent. You can still get tickets to the game, with prices starting at $48.
11/18/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers used to be the team in the NBA that was dominating it all, but in the past several years the Lakers have been getting older and older while other teams have been picking up fresh, new talent. This year hasn’t been much better, as the Lakers are the second from the bottom in the Western conference standing board. The good news is that the Lakers were able to scrape their way out of a four-game losing streak when they took on the Pistons on November 15 and won. Get your tickets for the next live Lakers game when they play the Toronto Raptors at the Staples Center on November 20. Tickets are still available.
11/11/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers finally snapped their four game losing streak when they beat the Pistons 97-85 on November 15. Kobe Bryant made 6 of 19 shots to snag a total of 17 points, and he also had nine assists and eight rebounds to help the team to victory. Bryant played a season-high 37 minutes, which also means that he will miss the game against the Suns to rest. Jordan Clarkson also helped out with 17 points. This game was only the second win of the season, and the Lakers will look to win another game when they play the Suns on the 16th. You can still get your tickets to the game, with prices starting at $17.
11/4/15 - Things are not looking good for the Los Angeles Lakers. They have just finished up their series of home games and they are yet to earn a victory. It seems their single-point loss in the season opener may have hurt their momentum because they have not come that close to a victory since. Now, the Lakers are hitting the road and will not return to Los Angeles for the next five matches. This is going to be a long and difficult run of games, but the Lakers are capable of pulling off some away-game victories. Tickets for their homecoming, on November 15th against the Detroit Pistons, are available for $32.
10/28/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers lost a nail-biter of a game against the Timberwolves in their 2015-16 season opener. The Lakers were ahead by 16 points in the second half before the Timberwolves started to rally to bridge the gap and nudge ahead, and the game went back and forth for a bit. With seconds left, Lou Williams went for a four-foot runner but missed right at the buzzer, giving the victory to the Timberwolves. The Lakers showed their support for their opponent's loss of long time coach and team president Flip Saunders by wearing warm up shirts that said Flip. The Lakers head to Sacramento for their next game, and you can still get tickets with prices starting at $46.
10/21/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers finished their preseason with a loss against eh Golden State Warriors. To further the blow, Jordan Clarkson sprained his right shoulder, which might mean he would miss the season opener game on October 28. He will undergo an MRI on Friday to find out the extent of the injury. With the preseason over, the Lakers will now look towards the start of the 2015-16 season, which will also include some roster cuts as they need to get down to the maximum of 15 players by the October 18 deadline. You can still get your tickets for the season and home opener on the 28 against the Timberwolves for as little as $4.
10/12/15 - With the start of the 2015-16 season just a couple weeks away, the Los Angeles Lakers are working hard to build their team during this offseason. They lost their first three preseason games, but finally got a win when they played a non-NBA team, Israel's Maccabi Haifa for an exhibition game. Maccabi also played the Grizzlies, to which they lost. During the game, Kobe Bryant had 21 points, D'Angelo Russell had 11 assists, and Roy Hibbert had 15 rebounds. The Lakers are happy to have Bryant back, after he missed parts of last season due to a rotator cuff injury. The Lakers host the Sacramento Kings on October 13 for their next preseason game, and tickets are available starting at $227.
8/12/15 - With Kobe Bryant expected to return in the upcoming season, do the Los Angeles Lakers have what it takes to get back to the top? After a monumental slide, the once-champion Lakers finished at the bottom of the Pacific Division with a humiliating 21-61 record. As their star shooting guard expects to return, the Lakers will look to start making up for lost time. The new schedule for the 2015-2016 NBA season has just been released, giving Lakers and their fans something to look forward to during the offseason. The Lakers will kick things off at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, October 28 at the Staples Center before facing the Sacramento Kings on the road. Tickets to the home opener start at $15.
4/10/15 - When the Los Angeles Lakers took on the L.A. Clippers, they played their best game since they beat out the Philadelphia 76ers last week. Unfortunately, the Lakers still came up just a little bit short. They fell behind early, but did an excellent job catching up in the second two quarters. It just was not quite enough, with the final score coming to 100-105. The Lakers only have four remaining games, spanning April 10th to the 15th. If you hope to see one last live game in the 2014-2015 season, you are quickly running out of opportunities. Three of the final four matches will be home games, the first being against the Minnesota Timberwolves. There are still some tickets available for as little as $16.
4/3/15 - As the 2014-15 NBA season winds down, the Los Angeles Lakers look for victories and lessons to build on for next season. While their record does not indicate the type of success Lakers fans are accustomed to, a season marred by injuries and early retirements has made the road more difficult than anyone could have anticipated. L.A. has picked up keys wins recently, including a resilient 101-99 overtime win on the road in Minnesota, as well as a 113-111 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers which also ran into extra time. Gutting out tough wins after regulation is a must for any team, and the Lakers will benefit from these experiences next season and beyond. Friday night, Jeremy Lin and his squad will face the Portland Trail Blazers in L.A. Tickets are still available from $24!
3/24/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers have had a very rough season, but they have been playing very well this last week. The Lakers won two of their last three games, and scored more than 100 points in all three. First, despite falling behind in the first half against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Lakers achieved an impressive upset and blew the 76ers away. The final score came to 87-101. More recently, the Lakers were able to just barely edge out a victory against the Minnesota Timberwolves. This time, the Lakers took the lead early, but the game was tied at the final buzzer. Los Angeles was able to take it in overtime, however, with 101-99. If the Lakers keep this up, their final six home games will be very exciting, the first of which is on April 1st against the New Orleans Pelicans.
3/17/15 - The slump continues for the Los Angeles Lakers. Things are not looking up as they are handed their eighth loss in nine games. They very nearly were able to end their streak, however, and against the top team in the league, no less. When the Lakers took on the Golden State Warriors, no one expected the bottom team in the Pacific Division to stand up to the division leader. However, both teams were tied at the end of the first, and the Lakers only trailed by four points at the half. Again, they scored the same amount in the third, and in the end Los Angeles lost by a measly three points, the final score being 105-108. Hopefully the Lakers can play this well when they take on the Utah Jazz on March 19th.
3/10/15 - On paper, they knew that the schedule looked tough—and the month of March has been just that for the Los Angeles Lakers. After closing out February with a three-game winning streak, the Lakers have lost five in a row to playoff teams. No single loss has come by more than seven points during the stretch, however, a promising stat for a team which had become accustomed to losing by double-digits on many nights. If they can put together a few solid offensive performances, then upcoming home contests with the Detroit Pistons and New York Knicks should provide opportunities for the Lakers to bolster their win-loss record. Tickets for both games at Staples Center are still available, and you can be a part of the action for as low as $13.
3/3/15 - Coach Byron Scott may have been a little miffed at the boisterous enthusiasm some of his players displayed following their 118-111 overtime victory in Boston, but snapping a seven-game skid can be enough to make just about any team feel like celebrating. The Los Angeles Lakers haven’t played to their usual high standards this season, largely due to injuries sidelining their veteran stars, but their win over the Celtics did propel them to just their second three-game winning streak of the season. After downing Utah and Milwaukee, the Lakers came up short versus the shorthanded Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, suffering a 108-101 setback. The Lake Show will hit the road for three games this week, opening in Charlotte on Tuesday night as they take on the Hornets, and tickets are available from $21!
2/26/15 - After a seven game losing streak, the Los Angeles Lakers have put two games in the win column. It’s the most games they’ve put together in a streak since December when they won three games in row. Jeremy Lin and Jordan Clarkson continue to be high scorers for the Lakers, with Carlos Boozer making the most rebounds in the game against the Boston Celtics. On Sunday (3/1), the Oklahoma City Thunder come to town. We have tickets starting at $36. Join the home team in the Staples Center and cheer them on to another win. The Thunder will be a tough team to beat, so they need your support. The Lakers go out on the road for the following week, so you need to catch them now.
2/19/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers didn’t change their roster with the NBA trade deadline, so they’ll finish out the season with the team they have. The coaches did play a prank on Jordan Hill, making him believe that he was going to be traded. The Lakers are looking to wrap up the remaining games strong, to keep their pride. In their game on Sunday (2/22), they host the Boston Celtics at the Staples Center. You can get your tickets to this game with tickets from Razorgator starting at $43. Skip the hype of the Oscars and come down to the arena to enjoy some fast-paced action on the court. The Lakers used their break to get healthy, so you’re sure to see Hill, Nick Young, and Wayne Ellington back on their game.
2/11/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers couldn’t break their losing streak, now up to six games. When they played the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday, the Lakers never overcame an eight point deficit from the first quarter. Jordan Clarkson did all he could with 17 points, six rebounds, and four assists, but it wasn’t enough. The Lakers come back from the All-Star break to host the Brooklyn Nets on Friday (2/20). Tickets start at $21 for this game. On Sunday (2/22), the Staples Center will be buzzing with the Boston Celtics. You can still find great seats for this game starting at $43. Have a great weekend and enjoy the fast-paced action on the court. The Lakers need your support. Come out and yell and shout for the home team!
2/3/15 - After nine straight losses, the Los Angeles Lakers finally got a win against the strong Chicago Bulls. The fans went crazy to see the Lakers crush the Bulls with a final score of 118-123. The Lakers went out on the road and couldn’t convert in their game against the New York Knicks. By NBA standards, it was a low scoring game, the final score of 80-92 is a tribute to the Lakers defense. Los Angeles comes back home to the Staples Center on Thursday (2/10) to host the Denver Nuggets, and you can get your tickets starting at $18 from Razorgator to enjoy a fast-paced, exciting game on the court. Keep your eye on rookie point guard Jordan Clarkson, who is coming on strong in Kobe Bryant’s absence.
1/29/15 - Amid a nine-game losing streak, the Los Angeles Lakers received confirmation of the news they had been dreading: Kobe Bryant will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. The positive side of the loss is that the team will now have an additional roster spot available to develop another younger player, as the Lakers look to continue rebuilding in hopes of returning to the playoffs in the 2015-16 season. Bryant also had not been as productive on the court as in previous seasons, and his downtime will allow coach Byron Scott to tinker with different lineups. L.A. will host the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night, as they try to stop Derrick Rose and former teammate Pau Gasol from claiming their second victory in three nights. Limited seats are still available, starting at $70.
1/20/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers are having the season every team dreads. They seem to have trouble finding their identity. Kobe Bryant hasn’t been the powerhouse everyone expected. With talk of sitting out the last quarter of the season, the Lakers may struggle even more. It’s time to keep supporting the players to see what they can do. The Lakers do have some great talent, but they need time to find their game. Ed Davis is great on defense and ranks in the top 25 players in the NBA in blocks per 48 minutes. Ronnie Price is emerging as a strong point guard. Catch the Lakers at home when they face the Houston Rockets on Sunday (1/25) and the Washington Wizards on Tuesday (1/27). Get your tickets at Razorgator for all the action.
1/12/15 - For coach Byron Scott, this season has been a balancing act in many ways. Central to everything for the Los Angeles Lakers is the physical status of veteran shooting guard Kobe Bryant, who has sat out numerous games this year to rest and try to keep his body fresh. The 18-year veteran remains the Lakers’ most dangerous weapon on offense, however his performance has been inconsistent—likely the result of more than 50 thousand minutes logged in his NBA career, including the playoffs. The Lakers hope to have him in uniform as they face the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers (who likewise hope to reinsert LeBron James into the active lineup) in the final two games of a four-game homestand. Tickets for Thursday’s game versus the Cavs are available from starting at $62, but they’re going fast!
1/5/15 - The Los Angeles Lakers will look to get back on the winning track when they begin a four-game homestand on Friday night. With veteran Kobe Bryant in and out of the lineup, the Lakers have gone 2-2 in their last four games, improving their overall record to 11-24, but remain outside of the playoff conversation in a Western Conference that is stacked with talented teams. Bryant remains a force on offense, leading L.A. with nearly 24 points per game, and center Jordan Hill is averaging 12 points plus eight rebounds, but roster tweaks will almost certainly need to be made before the Lakers are ready to reposition themselves among the NBA’s elite. Kobe and company will square off with the Orlando Magic on Friday night in search of their 12th win of the season, and Razorgator has great seats at Staples Center available from just $33.
12/31/14 - Facing a brutal schedule to wrap up 2014, the Los Angeles Lakers will try to close things out with a win on Tuesday when they visit the mile-high stadium to face the Denver Nuggets. Although it came against the league-leading Golden State Warriors, the Lakers have managed only one win in their last seven games, after a three-game winning streak that included an overtime win over the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. Kobe Bryant has been in and out of the lineup to rest and recover, but is expected to be in uniform when the Lakers travel to Denver on Tuesday night. Razorgator is your source for great prices on NBA tickets, and you can get in to the Pepsi Center for Nuggets vs. Lakers starting at just $29!
12/25/14 - Kobe Bryant recently passed the great Michael Jordan for third place on the NBA all-time scoring list, but hasn’t gotten many shots to fall in the Los Angeles Lakers’ most recent losses. The purple and gold suffered a disheartening one-point loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder at home on Friday night, before falling 108-101 to their cross-state rival Sacramento Kings. Bryant and “Swaggy P” Nick Young combined for 51 points, and the Lakers out-rebounded the Kings 47-44, but they shot just below 38 percent from the floor en route to the loss. L.A. will try to bounce back when they host the league-leading Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night, before traveling to Chicago for a Christmas Day showdown with Derek Rose and the Bulls. Tickets for this special event are still available starting at $85, but they won’t last long!
12/16/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers are looking for redemption following last week’s 110-91 loss against the Indiana Pacers. Currently ranked last in the Pacific Division standings, the team will take on the top-ranked Golden State Warriors Tuesday, December 23 in a pre-Christmas game that is sure to be exciting. With an 8-17 record, the Lakers want a big win, and one against the Warriors would show that the Lakers are still a force to be reckoned with. Leading the team in points this season, Kobe Bryant continues to throw up impressive numbers, despite the team’s losses. Tickets to next Tuesday’s big game are still available for purchase. Tickets for the Staple Center begin at only $4, but since it is so close to Christmas, are sure to move quickly.
12/9/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers will try to string together consecutive wins for only the second time this season on Friday when they visit the reigning NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. Kobe Bryant led his team to a hard-fought 98-95 victory Tuesday night over their intrastate rivals, the Sacramento Kings, improving the Lakers’ season record to 6-16 and 3-9 at Staples Center. Bryant shot 11-27 from the floor and dished six assists, including several key passes in the fourth quarter as the Lakers rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit. Carlos Boozer added 15 plus 9 rebounds off the bench for L.A., who will travel to the AT&T Center for a Friday night showdown with Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs. Razorgator is your source for great seats, with tickets still available from $48!
12/3/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers didn’t let their rocky season slow them down when they took on the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. Despite Toronto being the top team in the Atlantic Division and holding a win ratio of 13-4, the Lakers’ strong offence earned them a 9 point lead at the half, scoring 31 points in the second quarter. The Raptors slowly inched their way back in the final two quarters, tying the game at 109. Then, in overtime, Los Angeles was able to score 20 points over Toronto’s 13, bringing the final score to 122-129. This incredible game ends the Lakers’ four-game losing streak and brings their win/loss to 4-13. Los Angeles is starting a series of away games, so hopefully this impressive win gave them the momentum they need.
11/26/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers have been having a hard time gaining momentum this season. It looked like they might be turning things around on Wednesday when they pulled off a two-game slide, but now they have just lost their second game in a row against the Denver Nuggets on Sunday. After being tied at the end of the fourth quarter, a tense overtime heartbreakingly left the Lakers a little behind at 101-94. This game puts them at 3-11 and further secures their position as last in the Pacific Division. While it does look like there might not be any chance of catching up to the Clippers at 7-5, you can be sure that the Lakers will continue to play their best as they always do.
11/17/14 - Another disappointing loss for the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday brings them to 1-8. The Lakers have had a hard season so far, and their game against the San Antonio Spurs was no exception. Los Angeles was just one small step behind San Antonio through the entire game, ending with a close score of 93-80. Their next couple games are going to be vital. If they have any chance of turning things around, they are going to need some wins soon. However, even if things don’t look up for the Lakers, you can rest assured that they will continue to fight hard and play a good game as they always do. They could use your support during their next home game against the Denver Nuggets on the 23rd. Tickets start at $15.
11/12/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers had a very slow start to the season, losing all five of their first games, but on Sunday, Los Angeles earned their first victory against the Charlotte Hornets (3-4). Not only did the Lakers win, the game wasn’t even close with the final score resting at 92-107. Of course, the game didn’t look like it was going to be a divergence from the losing streak at first. The Lakers were trailing at the half by nine until a 25-6 run put them in the lead at 64-76. They dominated the third quarter. Boozer scored 8 points in a row during a streak of 14 unanswered scores. Los Angeles is looking to add a second win on Tuesday against the Memphis Grizzlies and potentially turn things around for them.
11/5/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to improve for the rest of the 2014-15 season, following another loss against the Golden State Warriors 127-104. The team sits at 0-4, last in the Pacific standings. However, long-timer Kobe Bryant says that the team has a lot of room for improvement. At 36, Bryant continues to wow fans. The first half of the game was disappointing for the player, however, Bryant was able to score 19 points within the third quarter, finishing the game with 24 points. The Lakers meet up with the Phoenix Suns at the Staples Center on Tuesday, November 4, in a game that is sure to excite. Tickets for Tuesday’s game are still available and can be purchased starting at $20 per ticket.
10/29/14 - The Los Angeles Lakers suffered a loss of 59-69 in their 2010 home-opener matchup against the Houston Rockets Tuesday, Oct. 28. Kobe Bryant made his regular season return. Last season, Bryant scored 83 points in six games with his knee and achilles problems. He is now entering his 19th season. Steve Nash will be out for the season with a back injury. With 40-year-old Nash out, and his career possibly ended, the Lakers turned to Jeremy Lin, former Rocket, as their starting point guard. Lin scored 3 points and Bryant scored 16, but the game came up just 10 points short for the Lakers. They will play the Los Angeles Clippers at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, at the Staples Center. Get your tickets now for just $8.
10/20/14 – The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers who share the Staples Center in downtown now share a similar average ticket price on the secondary market. At $244, Los Angeles Lakers tickets this season are fifth most expensive in the league followed by their LA rivals who boast an average $240. Don’t miss Kobe’s regular season return in a 2010 home-opener rematch against the Houston Rockets (min. $64). Jeremy Lin will face his former team; will we see a Linsanity moment for the now point guard of the Lakers?
10/14/14 – The Lakers bench continues to diminish with Lin (ankle), Clarkson (calf), Kelly (hamstring), and Young (thumb) all out with injuries. Lin is said to be 50/50 for Thursday’s game in Orange County (get-in $47) while Clarkson and Kelly should be back for Sunday’s matchups against Utah at the Staples Center (min. $18).
8/18/14 – The Los Angeles Lakers 2014-2015 schedule emerged last week, and the former Western Conference juggernauts are ready to get back to their winning ways. In one of the most anticipated reveals of the year, the Oct. 28 opener against Houston will see Kobe Bryant's blockbuster return, Byron Scott's debut as head coach, and Dwight Howard's first game opposite Black Mamba since the superstar left LA a year ago. LeBron James will visit on Jan. 14 toting his hometown team of Cleveland, and the “five ring club” gets a little cozier on Nov. 14 when Tim Duncan comes to town with the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. NBA fans will get an awesome gift on Christmas, with Bulls-Lakers tickets on Dec. 25—the first time Pau Gasol will take on his former team in his new hometown of Chicago. The wait is over: buy Los Angeles Lakers tickets for the 2014-2015 season and actually be in the stands when Kobe lights up the court this year!
A bevy of injuries to star players prompted the Los Angeles Lakers to endure their worst season in franchise history. Not only was Kobe Bryant stalled at the outset by his Achilles, but not soon after his recovery, the superstar suffered a season-ending fracture to his left knee. Likewise, his right-hand-man, Pau Gasol, was a frequent side-liner throughout the season, while veteran x-factor Steve Nash could only muster 15 game appearances. Not all bad surfaced from last year’s egregious campaign: LA saw inspired play by its younger contributors, have tons of cap space to spend in the offseason, and the await the return of two superstars on the horizon.
Last year’s gloomy season was highlighted by the likes of Jodie Meeks, Jordan Hill and Nick Young—all of whom put up career numbers. But after re-tooling this summer, how will the Lakers look in the new year? Los Angeles parted ways with fan-favorite Pau Gasol and Meeks, and said hello to Jeremy Lin, Ed Davis and Carlos Boozer. The franchise also chose a new head coach in Byron Scott, and received the seventh overall pick in the Draft, landing NBA-ready Julius Randle out of Kentucky. You’ve been pining over No. 24’s return for what feels like forever—don’t wait a minute longer. Score your Los Angeles Lakers tickets now and watch Black Mamba do his thing on the court!