The undrafted center continued to turn heads as the Lakers won their second straight in Las Vegas.
Despite some impressive individual performances, L.A. failed to notch a win in their final game before heading to Las Vegas.
A tremendous game from LeBron James wasn’t enough as the Denver Nuggets eliminate the Lakers.
After being unable to rally in the fourth as the Nuggets took over once again, the Lakers are now one loss away from ending their season.
Following their fourth-quarter collapse, the Lakers have plenty to clean up if they hope to climb out of their 0-2 series hole.
Despite leading for most of the way, the Lakers crumble in the fourth as Jamal Murray shoots the Nuggets into a commanding series lead.
Spearheaded by the man in the middle, diverse guard play and the 38-year-old turning back the clock, the Lakers are on their way to the Western Conference Finals.
The Lakers knock out the defending champions in impressive, and emphatic fashion.
With Golden State facing elimination, the defending champions bounced back on Wednesday to force a Game 6.
Thanks to the heroics of Lonnie Walker IV, the Lakers are now just one win away from the Western Conference Finals.
With D’Angelo Russell and Anthony Davis on top of their games, the Lakers blew out the Warriors to win Game 3.
Pick-and-roll defense, the (short) midrange game, and Austin Reaves’ legs all played a role in Golden State tying up the series.
Anthony Davis was as dominant as ever leading the Lakers to a blowout victory to close out the Grizzlies.
A third-quarter Memphis run was too much for the Lakers to overcome as the Grizzlies avoided elimination and forced a Game 6 on Friday.
Following a slew of late game heroics, the Lakers are now one win away from advancing to the second round.
Dillon Brooks tried to poke the bear heading into Game 3, but in an end-to-end victory that was closer than it should have been at the end, the Lakers poked back, taking a 2-1 series lead in the process.
Despite facing an even more shorthanded Grizzlies’ squad, the Lakers got firmly outworked in Game 2.
The Lakers’ win over the Grizzlies in their series opener saw the benefits of their newly found depth, LeBron James dipping his toes in the water and injuries on both sides.
The Lakers’ flashed their depth in their series opener against the Grizzlies as it was the team’s non-stars who helped seal the win.
The Lakers secure the seventh seed and a first-round matchup with the Grizzlies.
Led by LeBron James, the Lakers secure the seventh seed on Sunday.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Lakers pulled out a much needed win against a shorthanded Phoenix squad.
In what could be their biggest game of the season, the Lakers couldn't overcome tired legs and the Clippers’ hot shooting.
Led by Anthony Davis, Rui Hachimura and a breakneck offense, the Lakers cruised to victory against the Rockets.
The Lakers went on a massive run in the second half to pass the Timberwolves both on the night, and in the standings.