- Mike D’Antoni with the truth (via foreverla)
Lakers fall to Pacers 77-79!
Kobe finished with 40 points and 10 rebounds. Lakers as a team missed 20 free throws, and shot only 31% from the field (21% 3-PT line).
NEXT GAME: LAKERS vs NUGGETS - FRIDAY 10:30 PM ET.
Lakers beat the Nets 95:90 despite terrible free throw shooting.
Pau took the last shot (yea, it was 3-pointer) with 9 seconds to go and didn’t hit it.
Kobe was terrific all night with 28 points (12 of 19 from the field) 4 rebounds and 8 assists. Dwight finished with double-double (13 & 15) and 3 blocks.
NEXT GAME: Phoenix @ Lakers, Friday November 16. at 10.30 PM ET.
2nd win in a row!
Lakers defeated the Kings 103:90!
Dwight had game-high 23 points ad 18 rebounds (6 offensive). Kobe wasn’t shooting well from the field (just 6 of 15) but finished the game with 20, 6 & 6. Metta & Pau both had 18 while Metta hit 4 3-pointers (4 of 8) - good all around game from the 4 starters
NEXT GAME: November 13 - San Antonio Spurs @ Los Angeles Lakers 7:30 PM ET
2nd win of the season!
Lakers beat the Warriors 101:77.
Kobe with 27pts, 9 rebs & 7 asts. Pau had 14 & 16 rebs. Good overall performance from Darius Morris who played 25 minutes and had 10 pts, 5 rebs & 5 asts.
NEXT GAME: Sacramento @ Lakers - SUNDAY 9.30 PM ET
EL SEGUNDO - The Los Angeles Lakers have relieved Mike Brown of his head coaching duties, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak.
Assistant Coach Bernie Bickerstaff will take over as interim head coach for tonight’s game against the Golden State Warriors. A search for a new head coach will begin immediately.
“This was a difficult and painful decision to make,” said Kupchak. “Mike was very hard-working and dedicated, but we felt it was in the best interest of the team to make a change at this time. We appreciate Mike’s efforts and contributions and wish him and his family the best of luck.”
The following statement was issued today from Mike Brown:
“I have great respect for the Buss family and the Lakers’ storied tradition and I thank them for the opportunity they afforded me. I have a deep appreciation for the coaches and players that I worked with this past year and I wish the organization nothing but success as they move forward.”
Lakers beat the Pistons 108:79. Dwight lead all scorers with 28 points (12 of 14 from the field).