Published: Fri, March 15, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Keys to the Game: Bulls vs. Lakers

Keys to the Game: Bulls vs. Lakers

But, the Lakers still have James, who nearly definitely came short of his goals for his first season in LA, but still represents the team's foundation for the future and the main reason most fans probably aren't rushing for a refund.

The Lakers are 30-36 on the season and are 11th in the Western Conference.

"Definitely, I'll be watching it if we're not in there, and it looks like our chances are slim to none after each and every game, and so many teams in the West are playing well", James said.

"Any time you can get a win, especially in this league, it's hard to come by".

With Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram out for the season and James on a minutes restriction, they probably won't be mounting the stunning comeback required to even come close to the postseason. Facing the Lakers on March 12 at the United Center is the Chicago Bulls, also one of the NBA's most storied franchises, who will be looking to shut down those playoff hopes once and for all.

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The Lakers will be continuing their road-trip on Thursday night against the Toronto Raptors.

So, Lakers ended their five-game losing streak in Chicago as the Western Conference team earned their last win against New Orleans Pelicans on February 28 in Los Angeles. Los Angeles went ahead for the first time since making the first basket of the game when Kuzma put in a layup for a 66-64 lead with 8:48 left in the third quarter. All playoff teams, all good teams. They are 2-8 in the last 10 and have lost their last five games.

"I would've assumed that we got hit with a lot of injuries".

In Game No. 67 of Year No. 16 for James, the four-time MVP gave the visiting fans a show worth the price of admission, taking one outlet pass off the bounce from Kyle Kuzma and finishing with a two-handed, double-clutch reverse dunk.

The fun began in the second quarter when James waited out his defender to spin and slam it home. "I'm optimistic. I'm not eyeing a return date, but I'm optimistic", Boylen said. So, no, Jeff Van Gundy, the Lakers probably shouldn't trade James. But he wants to win. "So he's frustrated with it too, and he's continuing to battle out there, and he did a really nice job of helping us get a win tonight".

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