It is pretty usual to see the Los Angeles Lakers play bad at home against a weaker opponent. But that’s exactly what happened last night, as the Lakers just sort of coasted to a victory against the Wizards, keeping Washington winless on the road this season. Obviously it was not a big deal since they did win the game, but the Wizards should have never been in the game. The Lakers got a little too fancy, and it almost cost them a victory.
Here’s a look at tonight’s schedule:
#11: Washington Wizards (6-14) at Sacramento Kings (4-15) – 10:00 PM ET, Regional
#10: Detroit Pistons (7-15) at New Orleans Hornets (13-7) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#9: Oklahoma City Thunder (14-8) at Minnesota Timberwolves (5-16) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#8: Chicago Bulls (11-8) at Cleveland Cavaliers (7-14) – Currently in progress (Bulls up 10-0 in the first)
#7: Indiana Pacers (10-9) at Milwaukee Bucks (7-13) – 8:00 PM ET, Regional
#6: Toronto Raptors (8-13) at New York Knicks (13-9) – 7:30 PM ET, Regional
#5: Memphis Grizzlies (8-14) at Phoenix Suns (11-10) – 9:00 PM ET, Regional
#4: Golden State Warriors (8-13) at San Antonio Spurs (17-3) – 8:30 PM ET, Regional
#3: Los Angeles Lakers (15-6) at Los Angeles Clippers (5-17) – 10:30 PM ET, Regional
#2: Denver Nuggets (13-7) at Boston Celtics (16-4) – Currently in progress (Celtics up 11 in the first)
#1: Miami Heat (14-8) at Utah Jazz (16-6) – 9:00 PM ET, Regional
Do you give the Clippers any chance to beat the Lakers tonight at Staples Center?
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