• Lakers' struggles continue as Jazz stay on roll

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Dec 10, 2012
    These are good days for Jazz fans. But if the Lakers can't find it in them to win a game like that on Sunday, what can they win? The Lakers are beyond disappointing. Al Jefferson and reserves Gordon Hayward and Enes Kanter added 14 points each for the Jazz, who improved to 4-9 on the road in ending a two-game skid away from home. Those who think all of that’s going to be fixed when a couple of injuries heal up, specifically, when Steve Nash returns, shouldn’t be so sure. The problems in L.A. run deeper than just that.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Monson: Lakers are bad and Utah loves it

      Monson: Lakers are bad and Utah loves it by Gordon Monson Tribune Columnist Published Dec 10, 2012 08:36PM MDT Among Jazz fans, the Lakers are the least-liked team in the NBA. These are good days for Jazz fans. As was evident Sunday night, in a seven-po…
      Source: sltrib.com
    • McMenamin: As bad as it gets for Lakers?

      Coach says it all about the Lakers: 'Umm, you know, we're not very good right now'
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Daily Dime: Lakers tumble again

    J.A. Adande on the Lakers outlook after falling to 9-12
    Source: ESPN.com

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