#Lakers vs Kings


Lakers Steal Throne from Kings without King James

After a triple-overtime loss this past Friday, the Lakers took the W in their rematch against Sacramento tonight, 117-92. The Purple and Gold are back to .500. Due to the NBA’s health and safety protocols, LeBron was inactive for tonight’s match. Without their starting point guard, a majority of the first three quarters were a bit concerning for the Lake Show. But then a halftime buzzer-beater by Malik Monk (22 pts) gave his teammates a surge of power heading into the third where they flipped the script and went on a 35-8 run. That was one of Microwave’s six triples. He went +33 on the night.
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Avery Bradley undergoes MRI, out vs. Kings with UCL sprain

It feels like every time the Lakers get slightly healthier, they get another name added to the injury report. This time, the new member of the team’s injury list is Avery Bradley, who after previously being listed as questionable for the team’s Tuesday night matchup with the Sacramento Kings due to “right hand soreness,” has now been declared out with a right thumb sprain.
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Lakers vs. Kings: Lineups, injury reports and broadcast info for Nov. 30

The Los Angeles Lakers play the Sacramento Kings on the road on Tuesday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place. Los Angeles (11-11) has a chance to go above .500 on the season with a win. The Lakers are coming off a much-needed victory over the Detroit Pistons, one game removed from the triple-overtime loss to the Kings. Anthony Davis said the Lakers want their payback, so it’ll be interesting to see how L.A. responds.

Lakers vs. Kings Preview: Seeking redemption

The Lakers have been alternating between wins and losses over the past week, most recently beating the Detroit Pistons by a narrow 110-106 margin. They lost in the game preceding Sunday’s win, doing so in depressing fashion as they went through three overtimes only to lose 141-137 to the Sacramento Kings. It was only the third game for new interim coach Alvin Gentry, who was appointed to the position after the team fired our old buddy Luke Walton. As if that wasn’t bad enough, they were also without two starters in Richaun Holmes and Harrison Barnes.

Podcast: The Lakers finally blew a team out

When the Los Angeles Lakers tipped off against the Sacramento Kings Tuesday night, they did so once again without LeBron James. Prior to the game, it was announced that James entered the league’s health and safety protocols and is expected to miss a minimum of 10 days. Afterwards, Anthony Davis confirmed that his co-star had tested positive for COVID-19.
USA Today

Lakers' Anthony Davis wants payback vs. Kings after losing in triple overtime

The Los Angeles Lakers could’ve been on a three-game winning streak, but a triple-overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings prohibited that. Los Angeles had multiple chances to close out the Kings but allowed comebacks every time and eventually ran out of gas. The Lakers needed to respond against the Detroit...
NBC Los Angeles

LeBron James Enters Health and Safety Protocol, Out Vs. Kings

LeBron enters health and safety protocol, out for Kings game originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James won't play against the Kings at Golden 1 Center on Tuesday night after he entered COVID-19 health and safety protocol, the team announced. This story will be updated.