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Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Sacramento Kings NBA Highlights Reviewed by Momizat on . Without Jordan Farmar and Wesley Johnson, the Los Angeles Lakers will look to build on Tuesday's victory as they face the Sacramento Kings in Las Vegas. Coach M Without Jordan Farmar and Wesley Johnson, the Los Angeles Lakers will look to build on Tuesday's victory as they face the Sacramento Kings in Las Vegas. Coach M Rating:
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Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Sacramento Kings NBA Highlights

Without Jordan Farmar and Wesley Johnson, the Los Angeles Lakers will look to build on Tuesday’s victory as they face the Sacramento Kings in Las Vegas. Coach Mike D’Antoni has started Pau Gasol and Chris Kaman for the second consecutive game as the two big men look to continue building chemistry on the court. Follow along below with all of the highlights for tonight’s game.


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  • The Rock

    The Rock Says kick their Candy Asses!Go Lakers Go!

  • sudi

    I’m excited for this season. We never looked better

  • Lakers Guy

    Steve Nash is injured the Lakers should sign B.J. Young or Josh Selby.Jodie Meeks is no PG!Sign a damn Point Guard please.A PG for insurance.Put things in perspective.

    • Joe

      We have Blake and Farmar. Farmar is injured right now as well.

      • Jim213

        Nah, it’s just a preventative measure to heal his calf completely being something minor given they want him at 100% for the regular season.

        • Paytc

          They need Famar at 100 % because he is the youngest and most athletic of the 3 PG’s .

          • Jim213

            Farmar will end up being the biggest acquisition this off season if Nash gets lest than 25 minutes a game. We should be thankful for his return given that he took a huge paycut to return.

  • Jim213

    The first half was mediocre but inconsistent play and inefficient shooting showed in the second half. Although, the Kings played with some starters in the 4th qtr they played an NBA type of game with their efficient shooting.

    I believe the Kings shot over 50% for the game. One thing I noticed (IMO) was that when Kaman and Gasol where on the bench the team struggled offensively as they had a roster on the floor similar to the coaches style of play (run and gun).

    The Kings looked for like a run and gun team than the Lakers who couldn’t hit shots aside of open shots too. Hopefully the coach figures out a winning formula next season that may include having both Kaman and Gasol on the floor though I’d prefer gasol at the 5.

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