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2020 Schedule
7-2, 1st in Pacific

The Hoop Collective: How Good Are The Lakers And Can They Keep This Up?

With the Lakers off to a hot start, Dave McMenamin and Bobby Marks join Brian Windhorst to discuss LA's title hopes and if they can keep this defense up for the entire season (19:38). But before that, what really happened to Dion Waiters -- and what should Miami do about it? Plus, the guys talk about Toronto's stifling defense (32:58) and how Gordon Hayward's injury will impact the Eastern Conference (39:28).

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17hDave McMenamin

Lakers' Davis continues to play through injury

Lakers star Anthony Davis says he still feels discomfort in the right shoulder he jammed on a missed dunk attempt two weeks ago. "There's really never a play I don't feel it," Davis said.

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3dDave McMenamin

LeBron: If I'm not hurt, no load management

Lakers star LeBron James told ESPN on Friday night that he has no plans to miss games due to load management, saying that unless he's hurt this season, he'll be playing.

LeBron was in the gym at 3:30 a.m. while shooting Space Jam 2 (1:00)

The Hoop Collective: Preseason Expectations Gone Wrong

With so many top players and teams struggling early on, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon join Brian Windhorst to discuss what's wrong with the Rockets, what's right with the Lakers (16:06) and why a few of the league's most notable names can't seem to get it right early on (29:28).

Kellerman: LeBron's been a monster, but he's not the best player in the game (2:05)
6dDave McMenamin

Kuzma takes over in 4th, keys Lakers' comeback

Down by 13 to begin the fourth, the Lakers got a big push from Kyle Kuzma, who scored 11 of his 15 points in the final quarter to key a 16-0 run to lead L.A. to a 118-112 win over the Bulls on Tuesday night.

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.420th
Rebounds Per Game46.612th
Assists Per Game25.1Tied-7th
Points Allowed100.128th

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