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Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers Tickets

When you have one of basketballs biggest names on your team, you are already assumed to be a fan favorite. The Los Angeles Lakers not only have Kobe Bryant who has gained a reputation for his incredible skills and for just being one of the biggest heroes in the NBA. Sometimes your reputation will carry you a long ways, which is why the Lakers are predicted to be a fan favorite for the western conference. This team has experience and it has the means to be a great team, not to mention any additions they make are only going to add to the existing talent pool.

On top of being led by Kobe Bryant and his impressive basketball statistics, the Los Angeles Lakers have also made another addition to their team by bringing in the talents of Chris Kaman. When you combine his talents with that of Bryant and Pau Gasol, you could be looking at a solid team this year. Now the Los Angeles Lakers weren't as impressive last season, but the truth is even when you have been on top before, doesn't mean you are always guaranteed a good season. Even the best of teams need a break from time to time.

But this new addition to a team with incredible talents and a solid reputation is what is going to put the Los Angeles Lakers right back on the top of the western conference. Change is great in the NBA and can mean a world of difference in rankings, but so can existing experience and winning history. When you combine the two, it is guaranteed that you are going to see big things from the team in upcoming seasons, which is why I would definitely not sell the Los Angeles Lakers short for the upcoming 2013-2014 NBA season.



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Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers History

The Los Angeles Lakers were the first dynasty in professional basketball. Then the Lakers played in Minneapolis and the league was known as the BAA. However, despite the different era (the late 1940s-early 1950s), different city, and different league, the Lakers dominated because of a familiar force, the big man. George Mikan towered over the rest of the league at 6-10 and became the first superstar. He helped change the game and the Lakers have continued to attract both the best big men the NBA and those players that would change the game.

All this has led to 31 conference titles and 17 championships (5 coming in Minneapolis and 11 coming in Los Angeles, where the franchise moved in 1960). The player ranks included Mikan in the first half of the 1950s; Elgin Baylor and Jerry West in the 1960s; West, Wilt Chamberlain, and Gail Goodrich in the 1970s; Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and James Worthy in the 1980s; Shaq and Kobe in the late 1990s through the early 21st century; and Kobe, Pau Gasol, and company to today.

That list of players above should make it clear the city and the team have been trendsetters. The franchise championed post basketball until Magic Johnson began running Showtime in the 1980s and won six championships. Kobe and Shaq brought back the two man game between a dominant post player and an ethereal perimeter player.

With Dwight likely to stay at the Staples Center for the foreseeable future and Kobe likely to play for the Lakers until his retirement, the team has time to remain competitive while forging the new championship combination. Los Angeles Lakers tickets will continue to sell out as this team is one of the most important in the NBA and the fans are not going to abandon the team for the Clippers.