The short-handed Lakers defeated the short-handed Jazz to get a little breathing room in the playoff race. Andre Drummond, Dennis Schroder, and KCP all stepped up, plus it sounds like Anthony Davis' return is right around the corner.
The Lakers staged a late comeback effort that ultimately came up short against the Celtics. Oh, and MORE injuries occurred to L.A.'s decimated roster, but we got some good news on the Anthony Davis front!
The Lakers closed out their road trip with a win over the Hornets in a game that wasn't always pretty but still saw an important result. Who stepped up and what comes next as the Lakers look to tread water (maybe even move up?) in the Western Conference?
The Lakers came up short against the Knicks as they struggled with the boards and turnovers. Was it just an off night, and can they turn it around in less than 24 hours against the Hornets?
The Lakers picked up a big win over the Brooklyn Nets despite being severely undermanned. What does this upset victory do for the team moving forward and in the standings? Plus, we get news on when LeBron and Anthony Davis may be back.
The Lakers fell to the Heat but brought excellent energy despite both stars in James and Davis plus Kyle Kuzma and Talen Horton-Tucker. We break down the game and discuss the return of Andre Drummond, who has us excited about what the full-strength Lakers could look like.
The Lakers picked up a big win over the Raptors thanks to some timely three-point shooting and defensive intensity. Plus, Montrezl Harrell gets ejected for the reason, and Ben McLemore signs on to bring the Lakers some shooting.
The Lakers' offense couldn't get going against the Clippers, which has been a consistent problem without LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Where can the purple and gold go from here and can they prevent themselves from falling too far in the standings?
The Lakers, still without LeBron James and Anthony Davis, stepped up to take down the Kings with a barrage of three-point shooting and tenacious defense. What does this mean for them in the West's standings, and what's happening with their final roster spot?
The undermanned Lakers lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in a game that also saw them lose center Andre Drummond to a toe injury in his debut. Where does L.A. go from here as they look to hang on while waiting for LeBron James and Anthony Davis?