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- Fan Voice: Dwight Howard deserves more credit - May 5, 2013
- Kobe Bryant: More than one of the greatest of all-time - March 18, 2013
- Is chemistry Lakers’ biggest problem? - February 11, 2013
Not so fast. After a three-game winning streak, many were hoping the Lakers have turned things around.
The Lakers committed 20 turnovers in this ball game and were outscored 13-29 in the 4th quarter. Just like the game against the New Orleans Hornets, the Lakers lost a lead but weren’t able to hang on for a win.
The Lakers’ ball movement has improved, but their usual flaws, such as turnovers and free throws, have yet to be fixed.
The Lakers lose their first road game 86-92, falling deeper into the hole they’ve been trying to climb out of.
NEXT GAME: Friday night in Minnesota on at 6:30 pm PST on ESPN.