Lakers In 2014
The Los Angeles Lakers certainly aren't in the position they wanted to be this season. With a 13-16 record, the team certainly wants to perform better during 2014.
The Lakers start the New Year with two home games. The first one comes on Friday, January 3, against the Utah Jazz and the next one comes two days later against the Denver Nuggets.
Then Mike D'Antoni's team starts a three-game road trip. The play back-to-back against the Dallas Mavericks and the Houston Rockets and on January 10 they play at the Staples Center against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clips are the hosts of the game.
Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers then come to town and they will face the Lakers on Tuesday, January 14.
The Lakers start a 7-game road trip with the first game being scheduled for January 15 against the Phoenix Suns. The team will pass from Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Miami and Orlando before playing its last game on the road against the New York Knicks on January 26.
The Indiana Pacers and the Charlotte Bobcats visit LA to take on the Lakers after that. Then the Lakers, who will hopefully have Kobe Bryant available by then will travel to Minnesota to take on Kevin Love and the Timberwolves.
The Lakers play the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Philadelphia 76ers on the road before returning to the City of Angels for six straight games. The Chicago Bulls are the first team the Lakers will face on Sunday, February 9. Two days later the Utah Jazz come to town and on February 13 the Oklahoma City Thunder visit LA.
The Houston Rockets, the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets will be the next opponents for the Los Angeles Lakers inside the Staples Center, on February 19, 21 and 23 respectively.
A short two-game road trip then scheduled for the Lakers which includes stops at Indiana and Memphis. The Sacramento Kings are the next opponents.
The Lakers will face the Portland Trail Blazers on the road on March 3. Then they will host the New Orleans Pelicans and the Los Angeles Clippers on March 3 and 4. The Denver Nuggets are the next opponent for the Lakers on March 7.
The Lakers then play two straight games against Kevin Durant's Oklahoma City Thunder. The first one comes at home on March 9 and the second one four days later on the road.
Then the Lakers visit San Antonio to take on the Spurs and then they return at home to host the Spurs, on March 19.
The Washington Wizards, the Orlando Magic and the New York Knicks are the next opponents for LA at home. The team travels to Milwaukee and Minnesota on March 27 and 28 respectively.
On March 30 the Lakers will host the Phoenix Suns and on April 1 they will host the Portland Trail Blazers. After a trip to Sacramento on April 2 the Lakers return at home to take on the Dallas Mavericks. The last game against the Los Angeles Clippers is scheduled for April 6 and then the Lakers play three straight at home against the Rockets, the Warriors and the Grizzlies.
The last two games of the season come on April 14 and 16 against the Utah Jazz and the San Antonio Spurs.
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