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Celtics take all-time top spot

By defeating the Lakers 113-107 on Friday night, the Boston Celtics now sit at the top of all-time regular season wins in NBA history with 3,253 .... just one more than Los Angeles. Isaiah Thomas is a beast, he fell short from becoming the first player in Celtics history to score 40+ points in 3 consecutive games, only by a bucket ... 38 points in 38 minutes. L.A.'s big men weren't effective: Tarik Black, Timofey Mozgov and Ivica Zubac combined for 11 points and 20 rebounds in a total of 57...See More

NBA's greatest rivalry

The Lakers end the first wuarter of their matchup against the Celtics with a 30-29 lead. These 2 franchises have faced each other 12 times in the NBA Finals, both have had 20+ HOF'ers in their roster, there is no doubt that the league is better when both squads are contenders. Tonight's game has both teams tied with the most regular season wins in the NBA: 3,252. So, the team that gets the victory in this duel will go to sleep like the one with most wins in franchise history.

Wizards defeat Lakers

It was home away from home for the Lakers on Thursday night, as most of the fans inside Washington D.C.'s Verizon Center were rocking Purple & Gold to support their favorite team. John Wall didn't like that, as the Wizards have been on a roll at home. The game was tied with 9 minutes left in the game, when Wall returned to the court to score 16 of his team leading 33 points in the 4th quarter. Washington got the win 116-108, their 16th consecutive in the Nation's capital. Los Angeles...See More

He's back!!

The Los Angeles Lakers hired one of their biggest icons ever, one of the best players not only in team ... but in league history. On Thursday Earvin Johnson was brought on board as an advisor to Jeanie Buss, team governor and co-owner. The team said in a press release that Magic's duties include: "collaborating with coaches, evaluating and mentoring players, assessing future franchise needs, and helping ownership to determine the best path for growth and success,”. In 2010 Johnson sold...See More

3 point contest will be "Swaggy"

Lakers guard Nick Young was announced as one of the participants in the 3 point contest during the NBA All Star weekend. He will become the 3rd player in Purple & Gold history to partake in the contest, joining Michael Cooper (1987) and Byron Scott (1987 and 1988). "Swaggy P" will face off against some of the best shooters in the league: Klay Thompson, Kyle Lowry, C.J. McCollum, Kyrie Irving, Kemba Walker, Eric Gordon and Wesley Matthews.

Lake-show back in the win column

Closing out games has become an issue for the Lakers, but that wasn't the case Tuesday night. They finished off a bad month of January with a 120-116 victory over the Nuggets, snapping a 7 game losing streak. D'Angelo Russell made his return after missing playing time due to multiple injuries, he played a team high 34 minutes and was close to a triple-double by racking up 22 points, 10 assists and 7 rebounds. Nick Young led the Purple & Gold with 23 points, while Lou Williams came off...See More

Is it time to tank?

The Lakers lost on Thursday against the Jazz in Utah 96-88, this was their 8th defeat in their laat 9 games. Los Angeles now has a 16-34 record with 32 games left in their season. Million dollar question is, in this season they were hurt with the transition from the Kobe era and injuries to key players ... so is it time to tank? What do you say Lakers fans? Yes or no.

Live by the 3, die by the 3

The Lakers got hot from 3 point land late in the 4th quarter to delete a double digit deficit and take a 3 point lead, but in the meantime they missed 13 field goals in a row from inside the arc. This was capitalize by Portland to close the game on a 14-4 run, and with that they got ahead again and ended up adding a win to their record by defeating Los Angeles 105-91 The Lake-show keeps plummeting, and with that they are getting closer to having the worst record in the league. Their .333...See More

Lakers get hot and take lead

Lou Williams and Nick Young hit 2 triples each in a 3 minute stretch, turning around what was a double digit deficit to a 3 point lead late in the 4th quarter against the Trailblazers. The game is being broadcasted nationally on ESPN. Los Angeles is up front 94-91 against Portland with 4:41 left in regulation.

Rising Stars Challenge rosters announced

2 players from the Los Angeles Lakers were selected for the Rising Stars Challenge game that will be held during the All Star weekend in New Orleans next month. 2nd year player D'Angelo Russell and rookie Brandon Ingram will be a part of team USA with the likes of Karl Anthony-Towns, Myles Turner, Devin Booker, Malcolm Brogdon, Marquese Chriss, Frank Kaminski, Jonathon Simmons and Jahlil Okafor. They'll take on the world squad that will have Joel Embiid, Nikola Jokic, Kristaps Porzingis,...See More

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