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Kobe Bryant may not have been able to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to one more NBA Championship or even the playoffs in the 2015 - 2016 season, but he did put an exclamation point on the team’s final game of last season. Bryant retired by scoring an historic 60 points in his last game with the team. Now, a Bryant-less Lakers will look to rebuild on the star forward’s legacy with the talents of Brandon Ingram, Yi Jianlian, Nick Young, D’Angelo Russell, and coach Luke Walton. Be there to show your support when the Lakers head back to Staples Center this fall. Razorgator has all your Los Angeles Lakers tickets covered!

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Things currently aren’t going very well for the Los Angeles Lakers, but despite the team’s poor record and No. 29-rated defense, the team has a pretty loyal following. At Thursday’s contest in Washington, D.C., a large group of L.A. fans were there to see their team take on the Wizards. Although the Lakers lost that contest, they did go on to break their road game skid a couple nights later in New York. Up next, Los Angeles will travel to Milwaukee for a Friday, Feb. 10, game against the Bucks. Feb. 14, they will head home to the Staples Center in L.A. for a Valentine’s Day match against Sacramento. Tickets are on sale now for $94 each.
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At No. 29 in the NBA, they’ve played more games than any other franchise, but the Los Angeles Lakers are still just 15-31 despite a decent 10-10 start to the season. Thursday’s game in San Antonio was perhaps the starkest example of the freefall. The Lakers lost by 40 points against the No. 4 team, which is the largest defeat in the teams’ 218-game history. Things got a little better after that against the Clippers, Pistons and Nuggets, but Los Angeles hasn’t gotten a win in almost two weeks. Come show them your support when they play the Pacers at home this Friday, Jan. 20. We have great tickets at the Staples Center available for purchase today starting at $44.

The Los Angeles Lakers may be one of the worst teams in the Western conference and in the NBA league, but they are still able to pull off a few wins here and there. One of those wins occurred this Tuesday against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Lakers key to success during their Tuesday evening game was three-pointers. They were able to hit 17 three-pointers and on top of that, Randle completed a triple double to put the Lakers on top of the Grizzlies. The Lakers are playing at home for the next couple of weeks, so now’s your chance to catch them live. Get your tickets today to get in on all of the action against the Orlando Magic on January 8.

The Los Angeles Lakers broke their eight-game losing streak when they beat the 76ers on December 16. The Lakers started out strong, outscoring the 76ers 30-18 in the first quarter. They were able to retain the lead through the rest of the game to win 100-89. However, the team was unable to take the momentum forward and lost their next two games. The Lakers head to Miami to play the Heat on December 22 and then play the Magic the next night. They will be home on December 25 to play the Clippers and then host the Jazz on December 27. Be sure to get your tickets now to see the action in person. Prices start at $37.

The Los Angeles Lakers haven’t always been the worst team in the league, but this year is one to go down in the record books for unsuccessful seasons. On Wednesday night, the Utah Jazz competed against the Lakers who were playing without four of their regular players. The Jazz also were missing some key components on their team, including their coach and second-leading scorer. Lou Williams had a huge game for the Lakers, scoring 38 points, grabbing 6 rebounds and 7 assists. The Lakers trailed most of the game and rallied back in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough to beat the Jazz. The final score was 107-101 for the Jazz. Get your tickets today to see the Lakers play live on December 9.

The Los Angeles Lakers may be just 7-7 so far this season, but they’ve already gotten a win over the NBA’s No. 1 team. That’s right, the Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors early in the month of November, and they have a unique opportunity to earn some more bragging rights over the Thanksgiving holiday, despite their less-than-average season. Los Angeles is scheduled to face Golden State on both Wednesday and Friday this week, with one game on the road and one at home at the Staples Center. Those who want to watch and exciting California rivalry game featuring the Lakers versus the Warriors should get tickets for Friday, Nov. 25, from us now starting at $105.

The Los Angeles Lakers are on a roll, with a three-game winning streak. In their latest victory against the Suns on November 6, the Lakers started off strong to outscore the Suns 23-15 in the first quarter and head into the locker room at the half ahead. The Suns did not let the Lakers rest easy, but the Lakers held strong to remain in control of the game. Nick Young had 22 points and Jordan Clarkson helped out with 18 points. The Lakers host the Mavericks on November 8 and then head on the road to play the Kings on the 10, the Pelicans on the 12, and the Timberwolves on the 13. You can still get tickets for prices as low as $14.

It’s the dawn of a new era for the Los Angeles Lakers, who will be facing the new season without Kobe Bryant. With newbies like Brandon Ingram, Julius Randle and D’Angelo Russell on the roster, the team is looking young and fresh, and that could be a good thing for the Lakers. Their season opener against the Houston Rockets Wednesday is also their first game of the year at their home arena, the Staples Center. After that, L.A. will head out for a four-game road stint against the Jazz, Thunder, Pacers and Hawks. They’ll then return home for a Nov. 4 matchup against fellow Californians, the Golden State Warriors. Tickets for that game can be purchased now for $100 and up.

The Los Angeles Lakers are giving fans plenty of reasons to be excited for the 2016-2017. The team got off to a good preseason start and only barely lost to the 3-0 Portland Trail Blazers the other night when the Blazers came to Los Angeles. The game finished up with Portland winning by three, 109-106, and this young Lakers team was able to show poise and grit until the final whistle blew. The players surely wanted a win, but they still proved they can hang with the best in the West. The Lakers will open the season by hosting the Houston Rockets on October 26, and tickets for that game start as low as $67.

The Los Angeles Lakers look like a whole new team this year, and that’s probably because almost everything has changed. Kobe Bryant’s retirement was the main focus last season, and the Laker’s record took a backseat to Kobe’s goodbye tour. After all that fanfare finished up, the front office immediately hired a new head coach in Luke Walton and went out and signed a handful of new players like Timofey Mozgov, Jose Calderon and Thomas Robinson. Last year the Lakers had a dismal season, so fans are hoping all these personnel changes will lead to changes in the win column as well. The Lakers have a home preseason game against the Kings on October 4, and tickets start at just $28.

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