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  • Could the season have started any worse for the Los Angeles Lakers? Three games in, and the Lakers are on pace for an 0-82 run—and given how they've performed thus far, that's not much of an exaggeration. There is little to no sign of improvement. The injuries continue to pile up, and L.A. i... read more...
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  • Much like when the NFL preseason reaches its final game, the real dress rehearsals for the Lakers are behind them. So while tonight offers the last game action before the regular season begins on Tuesday, this contest won’t actually be treated as the lead-in to that night. As with the previous game, Kobe will sit out and I would expect there to be plenty of minu... read more...
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  • The bad news? The Lakers are 0-3 to start the season and they’re likely to be 0-4 by tomorrow night. The good news? The version of the team that played tonight didn’t resemble the version that got blown out in the first two games. In a season that has been trying from the start, a silver lining anywhere offers some hope. In the first quarter, it ... read more...
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  • We knew that the Lakers would have a tough go of it this season, but the team’s first two games have served as the evidence that wasn’t fully formed off just the preseason and our analysis of the team’s offseason moves. The Lakers have been, for lack of a better word, awful to start the year. Unfortunately for them, lopsided losses against the... read more...
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  • The 2014-15 season hasn't started quite exactly like the Los Angeles Lakers hoped, and things may just get worse before they get better. It won’t be long before Lakers fans are uttering phrases like “there’s always next ye... read more...
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  • Once a murky road, LA's direction going forward has been simplified with their young forward's injury. There's nothing good about Julius Randle's injury. No matter what anyone may say, a young, promising power forward has been sidelined a... read more...
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  • After another setback during the pre-season, the Lakers announced today that Steve Nash will miss the 2014-2015 season due to ongoing back issues. Via Lakers: EL SEGUNDO – Due to a recurring back injury, Lakers point guard Steve Nash will be out for ... read more...
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  • Of the ten players who got floor time tonight, only two were familiar faces from last season – Wesley Johnson and Robert Sacre. Coach Byron Scott decided to sit Kobe Bryant out for the final two pre-season games, Jordan Hill was nursing a cervical strain, Xavier Henry is in Germany getting some work done on that knee, Ryan Kelly hurt his other hamstring... read more...
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