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The Los Angeles Lakers history is long and the postseason glories are stuff of legend. From George Mikan and the boys in Minneapolis to Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West in the incredible 1971-72 season to Magic and the Showtime Lakers in the 1980s the playoffs almost always have a Lakers storyline. The latest titles came at the turn of the century. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant became one of the best center-guard pairs in history with three straight titles. The team filled in the void after the Bulls dynasty and gave NBA fans another to team to hate or love. Los Angeles fans showed their love at the Staples Center each year as the hard-to-get Lakers playoff tickets invariably went to the finals from the 1999-2000 season to the 2001-02 season. The love for the players on the court was not shared in the locker room. Shaq and Kobe began to clash as the seasons went on and eventually Kobe’s rising star forced Shaq to leave.

The Los Angeles Lakers are not the Lakers of a few years ago. It is no longer Kobe, Pau, and Lamar, but has become Kobe, Pau, and Bynum. The addition of Bynum is the result of the 24-year old center finally playing up to his potential without sustaining an injury. The subtraction of Odom is the result of the aftermath of a trade gone bad. Feelings were hurt and the spindly forward was sent to Dallas. Yet, despite the changeover, Los Angeles Lakers tickets are here for a new foundation at the Staples Center.

The Lakers looked like fools for a couple of seasons after trading Shaq to the Heat. Shaq and the Heat went on to win a championship as another great center relationship was formed between Shaq and Dwayne Wade. Los Angeles bounced back though. Kobe Bryant continues to be perhaps the best player in the league and a mid-season trade last year brought Pau Gasol over from the Grizzlies in a trade that many considered to be criminal. Gasol gives the Lakers another big man to pair with Andrew Bynum in the post. The three- Bryant, Gasol, and Bynum- are all young and are sure to be soon under contract for seasons to come. This season they still have Lamar Odom, a versatile player who can play either forward spot. The team is expected to roll over opponents as three or four players in the starting lineup need to be double teamed. Lakers playoff tickets are now virtually guaranteed for seasons to come.

As one of the most successful teams in the NBA since their start in 1948, the Los Angeles Lakers tickets have always been at the top of the list in sales. And who can blame their fans? With their first championship in 1949, another championship the following year, through the dream team of the 1980's and 1990's, the Los Angeles Lakers never disappoint their fan base. The Los Angeles Lakers are the epitome of success.

The Los Angeles Lakers have come together at just the right time in the season to make a run. Kobe Bryant is looking to show he doesn't need a dominating big man to bring home a ring.

The Lakers have more than just four stars. They also have a quality quota of role players. Derek Fisher has made a career of sitting in the corner and waiting for the ball to find its way to him for an open three. He starts at point guard and his stats are sure to be padded with all the talent around him. The efforts of bench players like Sash Vujacic, Luke Walton, and Vladimir Radmanovic are just as important to those lucky enough to get Lakers playoff tickets. Vujacic is a good defender who can let Bryant rest or a good shooter who can help create a big backcourt. Walton does all the little things. He is a great passer, a good rebounder, and just a hustle player. For a while he was starting, but his contributions are best coming off the bench. Radmanovic is a deep threat that spreads the defense and makes team pay for double teaming anybody. The loss of Ronny Turiaf is a string blow to the toughness of a team that will have to deal with the fouls the young Bynum is sure to pick up. Chris Mihm is hardly the defensive presence or the rebounder a coach wants to see out there. He is a finesse player instead. The cast of the Lakers this season should, nonetheless, stomp the rest of the competition in the Western Conference and easily run through the regular season schedule for a high seed in the postseason.

Derek Fisher and Jordan Farmer are not the most talented pair at pint guard, but with this roster and the ability of Odom and Bryant to handle the ball they do not have to be. Luke Walton and Vladimir Radmanovic are excellent off the bench. Walton is a less athletic, but equally versatile version of Odom (minus the defense) and Radmanovic is a standout shooter who could be starting on several other clubs. The Los Angeles Lakers biggest question is whether the team can become a cohesive unit. The offensive production should be fine, but that cohesion is necessary when looking at the defensive deficiency of many of the key players.

Phil Jackson is once again blessed with a tremendously talented team and with his ability to get the most out of the very best this Lakers squad could easily end up in the NBA Finals again.

With their current record holdings in most wins, highest winning percentage, most NBA finals appearances and the longest consecutive winning streak, you can be assured if you have Los Angeles Lakers tickets, you are going to see a great game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. While they share this arena with the Los Angeles Clippers, the jewel of the west will continue to be the Los Angeles Lakers.

Kobe is still carrying most of the scoring load, but Bynum is the most prized piece of the puzzle. He is scoring 17 points and grabbing 12.5 rebounds a game while keeping the lane clean with 3.63 blocks a contest. It will be up to the Thunder’s Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka to stop this beast, but this man dwarfs Perkins and has enough power to simply shed Ibaka.

The numbers may imply that Pau Gasol is losing his game, but upon further review it appears the power forward has transformed from a second option scorer to a secondary rebounder at 9 boards a game and another imposing defender in the interior with 2.13 blocks a contest. Metta World Peace is the fourth most recognizable player on the roster and he may even be the fourth-best player. World Peace is once again an apt defender and on occasion he can even be a decent offensive player.

These four players alone could lead the Lakers to another NBA Final appearance and perhaps grant mike Brown his first championship win. This is not state the rest of the rotation (Ramon Sessions, Steve Blake, Jordan Hill, and Matt Barnes) does not need to produce. Sessions needs to improve his shooting percentage, Blake needs to continue to hit his threes, Hill needs to be aggressive when relieving Bynum and Gasol, and Barnes needs to run the court for the easy open court scoring opportunity. You need to look at the Lakers playoff tickets at the TicketSpecialists to find the right seat at the best price to see this live.

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The Los Angeles Lakers history is long and the postseason glories are stuff of legend. From George Mikan and the boys in Minneapolis to Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West in the incredible 1971-72 season to Magic and the Showtime Lakers in the 1980s the playoffs almost always have a Lakers storyline. The latest titles came at the turn of the century. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant became one of the best center-guard pairs in history with three straight titles. The team filled in the void after the Bulls dynasty and gave NBA fans another to team to hate or love. Los Angeles fans showed their love at the Staples Center each year as the hard-to-get Lakers playoff tickets invariably went to the finals from the 1999-2000 season to the 2001-02 season. The love for the players on the court was not shared in the locker room. Shaq and Kobe began to clash as the seasons went on and eventually Kobe’s rising star forced Shaq to leave.

The Los Angeles Lakers are not the Lakers of a few years ago. It is no longer Kobe, Pau, and Lamar, but has become Kobe, Pau, and Bynum. The addition of Bynum is the result of the 24-year old center finally playing up to his potential without sustaining an injury. The subtraction of Odom is the result of the aftermath of a trade gone bad. Feelings were hurt and the spindly forward was sent to Dallas. Yet, despite the changeover, Los Angeles Lakers tickets are here for a new foundation at the Staples Center.

The Lakers looked like fools for a couple of seasons after trading Shaq to the Heat. Shaq and the Heat went on to win a championship as another great center relationship was formed between Shaq and Dwayne Wade. Los Angeles bounced back though. Kobe Bryant continues to be perhaps the best player in the league and a mid-season trade last year brought Pau Gasol over from the Grizzlies in a trade that many considered to be criminal. Gasol gives the Lakers another big man to pair with Andrew Bynum in the post. The three- Bryant, Gasol, and Bynum- are all young and are sure to be soon under contract for seasons to come. This season they still have Lamar Odom, a versatile player who can play either forward spot. The team is expected to roll over opponents as three or four players in the starting lineup need to be double teamed. Lakers playoff tickets are now virtually guaranteed for seasons to come.

As one of the most successful teams in the NBA since their start in 1948, the Los Angeles Lakers tickets have always been at the top of the list in sales. And who can blame their fans? With their first championship in 1949, another championship the following year, through the dream team of the 1980's and 1990's, the Los Angeles Lakers never disappoint their fan base. The Los Angeles Lakers are the epitome of success.

The Los Angeles Lakers have come together at just the right time in the season to make a run. Kobe Bryant is looking to show he doesn't need a dominating big man to bring home a ring.

The Lakers have more than just four stars. They also have a quality quota of role players. Derek Fisher has made a career of sitting in the corner and waiting for the ball to find its way to him for an open three. He starts at point guard and his stats are sure to be padded with all the talent around him. The efforts of bench players like Sash Vujacic, Luke Walton, and Vladimir Radmanovic are just as important to those lucky enough to get Lakers playoff tickets. Vujacic is a good defender who can let Bryant rest or a good shooter who can help create a big backcourt. Walton does all the little things. He is a great passer, a good rebounder, and just a hustle player. For a while he was starting, but his contributions are best coming off the bench. Radmanovic is a deep threat that spreads the defense and makes team pay for double teaming anybody. The loss of Ronny Turiaf is a string blow to the toughness of a team that will have to deal with the fouls the young Bynum is sure to pick up. Chris Mihm is hardly the defensive presence or the rebounder a coach wants to see out there. He is a finesse player instead. The cast of the Lakers this season should, nonetheless, stomp the rest of the competition in the Western Conference and easily run through the regular season schedule for a high seed in the postseason.

Derek Fisher and Jordan Farmer are not the most talented pair at pint guard, but with this roster and the ability of Odom and Bryant to handle the ball they do not have to be. Luke Walton and Vladimir Radmanovic are excellent off the bench. Walton is a less athletic, but equally versatile version of Odom (minus the defense) and Radmanovic is a standout shooter who could be starting on several other clubs. The Los Angeles Lakers biggest question is whether the team can become a cohesive unit. The offensive production should be fine, but that cohesion is necessary when looking at the defensive deficiency of many of the key players.

Phil Jackson is once again blessed with a tremendously talented team and with his ability to get the most out of the very best this Lakers squad could easily end up in the NBA Finals again.

With their current record holdings in most wins, highest winning percentage, most NBA finals appearances and the longest consecutive winning streak, you can be assured if you have Los Angeles Lakers tickets, you are going to see a great game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. While they share this arena with the Los Angeles Clippers, the jewel of the west will continue to be the Los Angeles Lakers.

Kobe is still carrying most of the scoring load, but Bynum is the most prized piece of the puzzle. He is scoring 17 points and grabbing 12.5 rebounds a game while keeping the lane clean with 3.63 blocks a contest. It will be up to the Thunder’s Kendrick Perkins and Serge Ibaka to stop this beast, but this man dwarfs Perkins and has enough power to simply shed Ibaka.

The numbers may imply that Pau Gasol is losing his game, but upon further review it appears the power forward has transformed from a second option scorer to a secondary rebounder at 9 boards a game and another imposing defender in the interior with 2.13 blocks a contest. Metta World Peace is the fourth most recognizable player on the roster and he may even be the fourth-best player. World Peace is once again an apt defender and on occasion he can even be a decent offensive player.

These four players alone could lead the Lakers to another NBA Final appearance and perhaps grant mike Brown his first championship win. This is not state the rest of the rotation (Ramon Sessions, Steve Blake, Jordan Hill, and Matt Barnes) does not need to produce. Sessions needs to improve his shooting percentage, Blake needs to continue to hit his threes, Hill needs to be aggressive when relieving Bynum and Gasol, and Barnes needs to run the court for the easy open court scoring opportunity. You need to look at the Lakers playoff tickets at the TicketSpecialists to find the right seat at the best price to see this live.

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