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melo-15 - 26/12/2009 10:13 PM
#321

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I REALLY LOVE L.A.ilovekaskus


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Nunggu game @Kings besok....semoga LA marah n ngebantai abiss D
DAV1DEBIANC0 - 27/12/2009 06:08 AM
#322

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Nunggu game @Kings besok....semoga LA marah n ngebantai abiss D


harus menang donk D
biar ngatrol mental nya pemain2 muda kita.......beer:

btw,cek ucp bro.......cendolbig
Teh enak - 27/12/2009 07:00 AM
#323

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Original Posted By melo-15
Mbenga jangan, msih sedikit berkualitas buat deffense nya....kalo Sasha kayanya emang kualitasnya menurun, pdhl brusan sign extension kan last year p Farmar taon ini terakhir kontraknya n denger2 ga di perpanjang lgi, Morisson sih udah pasti out taon depan, mana kontraknya gede pula...around $5 million something, hampir sama kaya Artest...malu: Taon depan bakalan lebih garang lagi nih LA bench nya D I Hope So.....

Ternyata.....ini sedikit review bbrp taon terakhir LA di Christmas time
Stat nya LAKERS menunjukan emang kalo mereka seringgg kalah di Christmas game.....rekornya 5 menang - 7 kalah p

vs Cavs 2009 87-102 L
vs Boston 2008 92-83 W
vs Suns 2007 122-115 W
vs Heat 2006 85-101 L
vs Heat 2005 92-97 L
vs Heat 2004 102-104 L
vs Rockets 2003 (Yao) 87-99 L
vs Kings (Divac, Webber, Bibby n Christie) 2002 99-105 L
vs 76ers (AI,Final rematch) 2001 88-82 W
vs Portand 2000 (Pippen n Rasheed+Brian Grant) 104-109 L
vs Spurs 99 99-93 W
vs Suns 96 (Kobe Rookie) Kobe Maen cuma 5 mnt n scoreless D W

So....hasil di Chirstmas game nggak nentuin apa2 p Keep your heads up guyz Yb


Yep stuju, apalagi selama taon2 itu mereka menang 4 championship \)
1 game means nothing!
Masi inget tahun kemaren, di regular season Orlando ngalahin Lakers 2x, tapi di final?
Mereka di bantai tuh heheh D
Moga2 tahun ini bisa kygt lawan cavs D

Artest injured neh, tp kayanya g serius kok :

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LOS ANGELES (AP)—Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest(notes) suffered a concussion and injured his left elbow after falling at his home.

Artest didn’t travel with the Lakers to Saturday’s game at Sacramento after tripping over a box and falling down a flight of stairs at his home on Christmas night, the team said in a news release.
In this photo taken on Friday, Dec. 25, 2009, Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest(notes) holds his face after being fouled against the Cleveland Cavaliers during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles. Artest didn't travel with the Lakers for Saturday's game at Sacramento after tripping over a box and falling down a flight of stairs at his home on Christmas night, the team said in a news release on Saturday, Dec. 26, 2009.

He was treated at UCLA Medical Center, undergoing a CT scan and receiving stitches in the back of his head and his elbow. A neurologist examined him on Saturday and confirmed he had a concussion, the team said. Artest is day to day.

Artest scored 13 points and fouled out while guarding LeBron James(notes) in the Lakers’ 102-87 loss to Cleveland earlier Friday. Artest is averaging 12.3 points and 4.8 rebounds in his first season with Los Angeles after signing as a free agent.

Lakers coach Phil Jackson allowed his players to stay home with their families on Christmas night, apparently getting permission from the NBA to fly to Sacramento on Saturday morning.

Lamar Odom(notes) is likely to take Artest’s spot in the starting lineup against the Kings. Los Angeles began a stretch with four games in five days on Christmas, culminating in a home game against Golden State on Tuesday.


Go Lakers!
Lawan Kings pasti mati2an neh, pelampiasan kalah kemaren D
Turbulance - 27/12/2009 08:15 AM
#324

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Original Posted By melo-15
Sudah pasti gan...Yb
Komplit dah pemain LA, tinggal Kobe doank yg nunggu bentr lagi juga....siapa sih yg mau pergi dari tim Juara?? D


Ben Wallace ama James Posey \)
Teh enak - 27/12/2009 09:04 AM
#325

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Ben Wallace ama James Posey \)


& Trevor Ariza D
baidlsukma - 27/12/2009 09:55 AM
#326

lakers sacramento di jak tv pukul 10.00 wib
gogo lakers
tong_an - 27/12/2009 10:26 AM
#327

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lakers sacramento di jak tv pukul 10.00 wib
gogo lakers


ah gak bisa liat \(

moga2 menang deh

GO LAKERS
repak69 - 27/12/2009 01:36 PM
#328

Gokil lakers win against King with double overtime.....

Sadesshhhh..... Go Lakers....

Bokap gw sampe geleng2 nonton basket kok bisa sampe teriak2 sendiri..... D
Teh enak - 27/12/2009 02:44 PM
#329

LA Lakers 112, Sacramento Kings 103 (2OT)

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=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

Lakers bounce back by beating Kings in 2 OTs

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)—Devoid of any feeling in his right arm since late in the third quarter, Kobe Bryant(notes) still managed to do what he does best: make clutch shots.

Bryant ignored an arm that had no feeling and connected on two huge 3-pointers in the second overtime, finishing with 38 points as the Los Angeles Lakers bounced back from a humbling Christmas Day loss to Cleveland by beating the Sacramento Kings 112-103 on Saturday night.

Lamar Odom(notes) opened the second overtime with a putback basket that gave the Lakers the lead for good. Then Bryant took control, connecting on back-to-back 3-pointers to put the Lakers in front 109-103 with 2:37 left. Los Angeles outscored the Kings 11-2 in the second OT.

Bryant wasn’t sure how the “funny bone” on his right elbow was hit, but went to the locker room briefly for some therapy, then returned for much of the fourth quarter, when he used primarily his left hand and attempted only one shot, which was blocked.

“My arm went numb and it spazzed up,” Bryant said. “My moment came for me to step up (in the second overtime). The defense relaxed, (Donte Greene(notes)) put his hands down and left me open for those shots.”

It felt like old times for Bryant, who grew accustomed to antagonistic crowds earlier in his career at Arco Arena. Only the second sellout of the season, Kings fans loudly booed the Lakers when starting lineups were announced and began chanting “Beat LA!” It was reminiscent of the crowds that cheered the Kings in the Chris Webber(notes) era, when Sacramento was typically battling the Lakers for supremacy in the Western Conference.

“To tell you the truth, it kind of (stunk) coming up here the last few years,” Bryant said. “It seems like they are getting behind this young team. It felt good to get booed like it used to be.”

Beno Udrih(notes) scored 23 points for the Kings, who held the Lakers scoreless in the final 3:35 of the fourth quarter to force overtime. Tyreke Evans(notes) had 18 points, Greene had 16 and Omri Casspi(notes) added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

It was another frustrating loss for the Kings, who went scoreless in the overtime period in a loss to Cleveland. Against the Lakers, the Kings squandered a seven-point lead in the first overtime and shot just 1-of 8 in the second OT.

The youthful Kings were stagnant on offense late in the first overtime and it carried over into the second, when their only basket was a driving layup by Evans with 3:01 remaining.

“There’s no way in the world we should have lost that game,” Evans said. “I just thought toward the end things didn’t go our way. But it was also Kobe. He just took over the game with those two 3s.”

Pau Gasol(notes) had 24 points and 11 rebounds for the Lakers, who avoided losing consecutive games for the second time this season. Shannon Brown(notes) scored 15 points and Odom had 13 points and 15 rebounds.

The Lakers lost 102-87 to Cleveland on Friday before a national TV audience and are in a stretch of four games in five days, concluding Tuesday at home against Golden State. They played without starting forward Ron Artest(notes), who the team said suffered a concussion on Christmas evening, falling while carrying boxes down a flight of stairs and injuring his left elbow at his Los Angeles home.

Artest was treated at UCLA Medical Center, undergoing a CT scan and receiving stitches in the back of his head and his elbow. The team said a neurologist examined Artest on Saturday. He is day to day and didn’t travel with the team on its Saturday flight to Sacramento.

“With Ron out, it was definitely different,” Brown said. “Everyone on this team gets a chance to show their stuff at one time or another.”

After the Kings scored the first seven points in the first overtime, they went scoreless over the final 2:40 as the Lakers rallied. Gasol tipped in a missed shot by Derek Fisher(notes) from close range, tying the game at 101 with .04 seconds left.

“It feels bad, especially when you know you had them,” Kings coach Paul Westphal said. “When we just relaxed for that one second, Kobe got two 3s. That is what hurt us. We can’t relax. It definitely felt good to be out there, but it just hurts to lose another one.”

The victory moved the Lakers (24-5) past idle Boston for the best record in the NBA.

Bothered by his sore right arm, Bryant missed all four shots in the fourth quarter, when he began passing and shooting with his left. Yet Bryant did slap the ball away Evans in the closing seconds as the Kings never got a shot off, forcing overtime with a 94-all tie.

Arguably the top rookie thus far, Evans had just two points in the overtime periods and shot 9 of 23 and committed five turnovers.

“It was the worst game I have ever played in the NBA,” Evans said. “We had the lead and we had a couple of bad plays down the stretch.”

Overall, Bryant was his usual self offensively, but it was Brown helping the Lakers pull away in the fourth quarter. Brown scored eight points over a two-minute stretch, his three-point play putting Los Angeles ahead 92-85 with 4:23 remaining.

Despite Bryant making his first five shots and scoring 16 points in the third quarter, the Kings would not back down. It took a late 3-pointer and a breakaway dunk by Bryant in the final 1:04 to pull the Lakers even at 78 heading into the fourth.

Udrih capped off a highly productive first half by dribbling past Bryant and hitting a 3-pointer with a second left to give Sacramento a 57-55 lead. Making a rare start, Udrih scored 13 points and Greene had 11 for the Kings. Bryant had 14 points and Gasol added 12 for the Lakers, who shot 55 percent.

NOTES: Greene took an elbow from Andrew Bynum(notes) in the second quarter that opened a cut on his chin that required six stitches. Greene returned to start the second half. The teams meet again New Year’s Day in Los Angeles. New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia watched the game from courtside seats.


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=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

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DAV1DEBIANC0 - 27/12/2009 07:58 PM
#330

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LA Lakers 112, Sacramento Kings 103 (2OT)

Spoiler for RECAP


=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

Lakers bounce back by beating Kings in 2 OTs

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)—Devoid of any feeling in his right arm since late in the third quarter, Kobe Bryant(notes) still managed to do what he does best: make clutch shots.

Bryant ignored an arm that had no feeling and connected on two huge 3-pointers in the second overtime, finishing with 38 points as the Los Angeles Lakers bounced back from a humbling Christmas Day loss to Cleveland by beating the Sacramento Kings 112-103 on Saturday night.

Lamar Odom(notes) opened the second overtime with a putback basket that gave the Lakers the lead for good. Then Bryant took control, connecting on back-to-back 3-pointers to put the Lakers in front 109-103 with 2:37 left. Los Angeles outscored the Kings 11-2 in the second OT.

Bryant wasn’t sure how the “funny bone” on his right elbow was hit, but went to the locker room briefly for some therapy, then returned for much of the fourth quarter, when he used primarily his left hand and attempted only one shot, which was blocked.

“My arm went numb and it spazzed up,” Bryant said. “My moment came for me to step up (in the second overtime). The defense relaxed, (Donte Greene(notes)) put his hands down and left me open for those shots.”

It felt like old times for Bryant, who grew accustomed to antagonistic crowds earlier in his career at Arco Arena. Only the second sellout of the season, Kings fans loudly booed the Lakers when starting lineups were announced and began chanting “Beat LA!” It was reminiscent of the crowds that cheered the Kings in the Chris Webber(notes) era, when Sacramento was typically battling the Lakers for supremacy in the Western Conference.

“To tell you the truth, it kind of (stunk) coming up here the last few years,” Bryant said. “It seems like they are getting behind this young team. It felt good to get booed like it used to be.”

Beno Udrih(notes) scored 23 points for the Kings, who held the Lakers scoreless in the final 3:35 of the fourth quarter to force overtime. Tyreke Evans(notes) had 18 points, Greene had 16 and Omri Casspi(notes) added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

It was another frustrating loss for the Kings, who went scoreless in the overtime period in a loss to Cleveland. Against the Lakers, the Kings squandered a seven-point lead in the first overtime and shot just 1-of 8 in the second OT.

The youthful Kings were stagnant on offense late in the first overtime and it carried over into the second, when their only basket was a driving layup by Evans with 3:01 remaining.

“There’s no way in the world we should have lost that game,” Evans said. “I just thought toward the end things didn’t go our way. But it was also Kobe. He just took over the game with those two 3s.”

Pau Gasol(notes) had 24 points and 11 rebounds for the Lakers, who avoided losing consecutive games for the second time this season. Shannon Brown(notes) scored 15 points and Odom had 13 points and 15 rebounds.

The Lakers lost 102-87 to Cleveland on Friday before a national TV audience and are in a stretch of four games in five days, concluding Tuesday at home against Golden State. They played without starting forward Ron Artest(notes), who the team said suffered a concussion on Christmas evening, falling while carrying boxes down a flight of stairs and injuring his left elbow at his Los Angeles home.

Artest was treated at UCLA Medical Center, undergoing a CT scan and receiving stitches in the back of his head and his elbow. The team said a neurologist examined Artest on Saturday. He is day to day and didn’t travel with the team on its Saturday flight to Sacramento.

“With Ron out, it was definitely different,” Brown said. “Everyone on this team gets a chance to show their stuff at one time or another.”

After the Kings scored the first seven points in the first overtime, they went scoreless over the final 2:40 as the Lakers rallied. Gasol tipped in a missed shot by Derek Fisher(notes) from close range, tying the game at 101 with .04 seconds left.

“It feels bad, especially when you know you had them,” Kings coach Paul Westphal said. “When we just relaxed for that one second, Kobe got two 3s. That is what hurt us. We can’t relax. It definitely felt good to be out there, but it just hurts to lose another one.”

The victory moved the Lakers (24-5) past idle Boston for the best record in the NBA.

Bothered by his sore right arm, Bryant missed all four shots in the fourth quarter, when he began passing and shooting with his left. Yet Bryant did slap the ball away Evans in the closing seconds as the Kings never got a shot off, forcing overtime with a 94-all tie.

Arguably the top rookie thus far, Evans had just two points in the overtime periods and shot 9 of 23 and committed five turnovers.

“It was the worst game I have ever played in the NBA,” Evans said. “We had the lead and we had a couple of bad plays down the stretch.”

Overall, Bryant was his usual self offensively, but it was Brown helping the Lakers pull away in the fourth quarter. Brown scored eight points over a two-minute stretch, his three-point play putting Los Angeles ahead 92-85 with 4:23 remaining.

Despite Bryant making his first five shots and scoring 16 points in the third quarter, the Kings would not back down. It took a late 3-pointer and a breakaway dunk by Bryant in the final 1:04 to pull the Lakers even at 78 heading into the fourth.

Udrih capped off a highly productive first half by dribbling past Bryant and hitting a 3-pointer with a second left to give Sacramento a 57-55 lead. Making a rare start, Udrih scored 13 points and Greene had 11 for the Kings. Bryant had 14 points and Gasol added 12 for the Lakers, who shot 55 percent.

NOTES: Greene took an elbow from Andrew Bynum(notes) in the second quarter that opened a cut on his chin that required six stitches. Greene returned to start the second half. The teams meet again New Year’s Day in Los Angeles. New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia watched the game from courtside seats.


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=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

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wah Kobe maen sampe 50 menit o
takut kecapean aj neh..........o
rakuen - 27/12/2009 08:12 PM
#331

go go go lakers be the champion again
hehehhee
RayX - 27/12/2009 11:12 PM
#332

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cubecube - 28/12/2009 02:36 PM
#333

misi ane numpang iklan D


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repak69 - 29/12/2009 11:40 AM
#334

sedih euy Lakers kalah sama Suns 103 vs 118

tapi kobe bisa score 34 points mantebs dah,,,,,
kayanya butuh artest nih buat memperkuat defense nya lakers.....

Mudah2an besok bisa bales dendam lawan pejuang2 Golden state....
repak69 - 30/12/2009 11:19 AM
#335

1st quarter lakers vs Warriors >-- 29 vs 35

Ellis fouled Brown at the buzzer, and Shannon brown made both to render a 6-point deficit.

ayo lakersss,,, kejaarrrrr..........
repak69 - 30/12/2009 11:44 AM
#336

1st Half lakers vs Warriors >-- 53 vs 60
Go Lakerssss........
repak69 - 30/12/2009 12:14 PM
#337

Q3

Odom has been all over the place in the first 6 minutes, grabbing 6 boards, throwing 2 dimes & blocking a shot. Ever the X factor.

Lakers lead 88 vs 86
DAV1DEBIANC0 - 30/12/2009 12:56 PM
#338

wah menang dgn 1 angka.........kagets:

koq jd sepi yah trit ini.......bingung
repak69 - 30/12/2009 01:12 PM
#339

Finally Lakers win 124 vs 118

Kobe score 44 point
Gasol 27


jemur aahhh abis dipake menang lawan GW... ;)

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Teh enak - 30/12/2009 02:12 PM
#340

Los Angeles Lakers 124, Golden State Warriors 118

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Kobe’s 44 push Lakers past Warriors 124-118

LOS ANGELES (AP)—Kobe Bryant(notes) had a season-high 44 points and 11 assists while making all 16 of his free throws, and the Lakers survived Golden State’s 55-percent shooting for a 124-118 victory over the Warriors on Tuesday night.

Pau Gasol(notes) had 27 points and 12 rebounds for the defending NBA champions, who relied even more heavily than usual on Bryant to avoid their third loss in four games over the past five days.

Bryant came through with 17 points in the fourth quarter, clinching his seventh 40-point game of the season on two free throws with 4:04 left. He has 103 40-point games in his career, third-most in NBA history.

Corey Maggette(notes) scored 25 points and Monta Ellis(notes) added 22 for the Warriors, who beat Phoenix and Boston in the previous three days during the best stretch of another rough start to a season.

Golden State shot superbly and ran its uptempo offense well, but had nobody who could guard Bryant in the Warriors’ seventh straight loss to the Lakers. The Warriors haven’t won three straight games yet this season.

The Lakers still have the NBA’s best record (25-6) despite two 15-point losses in the previous three days, including their 102-87 Christmas flop against Cleveland. They also played their third straight game without starting forward Ron Artest(notes), who gave himself a concussion and a deep cut on his left elbow when he tripped and fell at his home on Christmas.

In their first home game since their fans littered the court with foam hands in response to the Lakers’ gripes about the officiating, Bryant and Lamar Odom(notes) both got technical fouls for arguing calls in the final 4:16. Los Angeles’ complaining helped the Warriors keep within three points down the stretch until Bryant followed up Ronny Turiaf’s(notes) two missed free throws with two foul shots of his own with 1:05 to play.

C.J. Watson(notes) scored 14 points while hitting four 3-pointers for the Warriors, who went 14 for 22 in the first quarter while opening with a clear burst of energy, perhaps still rolling from their impressive 103-99 win over the Celtics.

Pushing the tempo and finding Maggette for open shots, the Warriors scored 29 points the first 8:03 to take an 11-point lead that grew to 15 in the second quarter. Los Angeles rallied after halftime and took the lead midway through the period, but the Warriors hung around with scoring from Maggette and Ellis, whose layup in traffic evened it at 104 with 5:24 to play.

NOTES: Warriors C Andris Biedrins(notes), who returned Monday from a lengthy absence with an injured groin, had six points and eight rebounds before fouling out. … Artest plans to run on a treadmill Wednesday to see how his body responds, saying he might try to play Friday against Sacramento. … Vladimir Radmanovic(notes) scored 11 points for the Warriors. Los Angeles traded him to Charlotte last season in a deal netting Shannon Brown(notes) and Adam Morrison(notes) from the Bobcats. Brown threw down a one-handed dunk in Radmanovic’s face in the final minute of the first half. … Courtside fans included John McEnroe, Mario Lopez and Nicole Richie. Her longtime partner, rocker Joel Madden, wore a T-shirt reading “RIP The Rev” to honor Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan, who was found dead in Huntington Beach on Monday.



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=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

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=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

=STAPLES CENTER= Home of The L.A. LAKERS : I LOVE L.A.

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