Lakers Game Previews
Darvin Ham has tools available to him now that he had not had in recent weeks. After an all-around lackluster game against the Spurs, one has to wonder what will change about his rotations in a rivalry game vs. the Celtics.
All eyes will be on the newest member of the team tonight
Two L.A. teams meet in a continued state of flux, but with potential of stability and overall improvement on the horizon.
The Lakers have the opportunity to improve their record against a Pacific Division opponent and in the standings with a win on Sunday
The Lakers have struggled lately, with those struggles seemingly set to continue as they run into the juggernaut Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night.
The Lakers’ frontcourt defense struggled mightily in its latest game, with an even tougher challenge ahead in that department with the Sacramento Kings coming to town.
The Lakers desperately need a win to stay competitive in the standings, while the Rockets are looking to snap a 10-game losing streak. Expect both teams to compete hard to win this one.
The Lakers will have to play a near perfect game if they want to beat the Sixers on Sunday
It’s safe to assume that LeBron James and Luka Dončić will show up and get their numbers, but which superstar’s teammates will help them propel their team to victory?
With drama still happening with LeBron James and the Lakers off the court, they’ll see the hardest test to their current win streak on the court with a road matchup against the Denver Nuggets.
The shorthanded Lakers can extend their longest winning streak of the season tonight, but it’s not going to come easy on the road against the Sacramento Kings.
LeBron James’s supporting cast got the job done against the Heat. Now, with LeBron hopefully back in the fold, can they get a victory against the Hawks to achieve the team’s longest winning streak of the season?
After spending much of December on the road, the Lakers will be back home in January with a favorable schedule and a chance to make a run.
The Lakers received another historic performance from LeBron James this past Friday vs. the Hawks, and they sadly may need another one for a .500 road trip.
The Lakers will look to get back in the win column on Friday vs. the Hawks. Will LeBron James be fully there mentally after his patience seemed to wear thin after Wednesday’s loss against the Heat?
The Lakers shook off the Christmas blues with a win vs. the Magic, but can they keep it going on the second night of a back-to-back against the Miami Heat?
The Lakers are reeling and on the brink of losing the season as they continue their five-game road trip in Orlando against the Magic.
As impossible as it may seem, the Lakers must play better on defense than what they’ve done lately sans Anthony Davis, as it may be their only hope of stealing a win in Dallas against Luka Doncic and the Mavericks.
For one of the few times in recent memory, the Lakers will be on the road on Christmas as they take on one of the early MVP favorites in Luka Doncic and the Mavericks.
The Lakers are floundering a bit in the wake of Anthony Davis’ injury but could get right with a home game against the Hornets.
The Lakers will hope to stifle the Kings’ offense on Wednesday night in their first game on the road with LeBron James in tow since Anthony Davis went down.
The Lakers will head to Phoenix to face the Suns on the second night of their current back-to-back, and they will do so without Anthony Davis. This could get ugly.
For the first time in a long while, the Lakers did a lot of the right things to close out a game and get the best of their opponent last Friday. Can they continue to build off their recent feel-good victory and the habits they’ve built over time?
Only time will tell if the Lakers’ front office is dead serious about helping their superstars compete, but for now, the chances of that happening are in question.
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Can the Lakers conclude their longest road trip of the season the way they started it?
Both Anthony Davis and Joel Embiid have been superb to start the season with their own MVP campaigns. But which superstar will get the best of the other on Friday?
After leaving very early in Tuesday’s loss vs. the Cavaliers due to a 101-degree fever, Anthony Davis will be out against the Raptors, and LeBron James will join him on the sidelines.
There is no one in the league playing better than Anthony Davis right now, who has carried the Lakers on his back over the past 10 games.
Barring an absence from LeBron James — who’s listed as "questionable" — the Lakers should be able to take care of business vs. the Wizards if they bring their effort from Milwaukee with them.
The Lakers start a six-game road trip on Friday, with the trip starting off with a tough battle against the NBA’s second-best team, Milwaukee Bucks.
Monday’s dispiriting loss will sting for a while, and as cliche as it sounds, it could either break or make the Lakers moving forward.