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Video: Lakers Beat Warriors – Game Highlights (11/09/12) Reviewed by Momizat on . The Los Angeles Lakers have captured just their second win of the regular season (2-4) against the Golden State Warriors Friday night. The Lakers were without M The Los Angeles Lakers have captured just their second win of the regular season (2-4) against the Golden State Warriors Friday night. The Lakers were without M Rating:
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The Los Angeles Lakers have captured just their second win of the regular season (2-4) against the Golden State Warriors Friday night. The Lakers were without Mike Brown who was fired just several hours earlier. Instead, assistant coach Bernie Bickerstaff took the reins and allowed the Black Mamba and the Lakers to get back to the basics and play off instinct.

Pure talent playing “pick-up,” as Kobe called it post-game, equals great highlights you won’t want to miss! Kobe led the Lakers with 27 points, and Darius Morris had a career-high 10 points in 26 minutes of play for the Lakers. Plus, check out what shot led Metta World Peace to kiss his biceps as he stared into the crowd.

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