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Game Recap: Lakers Get Hot Late, Steal A Win Vs. Kings

The Lakers had a week off before traveling to Sacramento to take on the Kings. Just a few hours before the game, news came down that Kobe Bryant would return to the court in the Lakers next game, but the Lakers have to stay focused on the task at hand as the Kings have a number of explosive scorers. In a bit of a shocker, Robert Sacre was inserted into the starting lineup in place of Jordan Hill, giving the ...

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After Three Games Lakers Take One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Phew! Now that the potential 0-3 disaster was averted by blowing out the Utah Jazz, let's diagnose how the purple and gold fared in their one and only set of back to back to back games. Coming into this season, we knew the Lakers had the potential to make another run at a ring if everything fell into place. We also knew if a couple minor things go astray, such as an injury or two to their key players (see: ...

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Pre-Game Report: Lakers Hit the Road for First Time, Visit Kings

Los Angeles Lakers (0-1) at Sacramento Kings (0-0) 7:00 PM PST, December 26, 2011 Power Balance Pavilion, Sacramento, California TV: KCAL Radio: 710 AM (English), 1330 AM (Spanish) Kings Projected Starting Line-Up: PG: Tyreke Evans SG: Marcus Thornton SF: John Salmons PF: J.J. Hickson C: DeMarcus Cousins Key Reserves: G Jimmer Fredette, F Francisco Garcia, C Jason Thompson After yesterday's let-down, the La ...

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2011-12 Preview: Pacific Division

Division Overview Last year, the Pacific division had a down year - the only team to advance to the post season were the Lakers. Showing complete dominance, the Lakers have finished at the top of the pile in the past four seasons. The Clips, Warriors and Kings have all had their fair share of struggles in recent years. The Kings and Clips have finished under .500 in the past five seasons. The Warriors last ...

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The Abdication of the Sacramento Kings

“I’m not too worried about the Sacramento Queens.” -Shaquille O’Neal Tonight’s season finale with the Kings is potentially the end of professional basketball in Sacramento. The Kings are like the really hot girl in high school, who shows up to the reunion 10 years later working a dead-end job and her looks have significantly diminished. In 2002 the Kings had the best record in the Association at 61-23, back ...

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Lakers Look to Lock up the Two Seed with a Win

Kings Projected Starting Line-up: PG: Beno Udrih SG: Marcus Thornton SF: Francisco Garcia PF: DeMarcus Cousins C: Samuel Dalembert Key Reserves: F Jason Thompson Injuries: Tyreke Evans (ankle, day-to-day) In the final game of the 2010-11 season, the Lakers look to lock up the two seed with a win on Wednesday over the Queens. Home court advantage can be such a big asset in the playoffs, so hopefully the Lake ...

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Why is Anaheim ‘The Happiest Place on Earth’ for the Kings?

The Sacramento Kings seem to be in the headlines on a daily basis and it has nothing to do with the team's performance this season.  It's all about location, location, location.  Or in the Kings' case: relocation.  The Kings are on their way to having yet another losing season and not even being close to the target of making the playoffs.  The situation is worse off the court with dismal ticket sales and lo ...

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Pre-Game Report: Lakers vs. Kings

Kings Projected Starting Line-up: PG: Beno Udrih SG: Tyreke Evans SF: Omri Casspi PF: Jason Thompson C: DeMarcus Cousins Key Reserves: Carl Landry, Samuel Dalembert Injuries: Francisco Garcia The Lakers host the struggling Kings tonight and hope for an easy victory. Frontcourt: Rookie Cousins has difficulty staying out of foul trouble. His respectable averages of 13 points and 7.6 rebounds are overshadowed ...

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