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Old 02-19-2013, 10:07 PM   #30
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Default Re: Lakers remaining schedule for 2103 (28 games)

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Originally Posted by RoundMoundOfReb
BOS - L
POR - W
@ DAL - L
@ DEN - L
MIN - W
ATL - L
@ OKC - L
@ NOH - W
TOR - L (Homer)
CHI - W
@ ORL - L (Dwight's return Magic will be really motivated)
@ ATL - L
@ IND - L
SAC - W
@ PHX - W
WAS - L (Washington is a good team with Wall. I can see him abusing Nash)

@ GSW - L
@ MIN - W
@ MIL - W
@ SAC - W
DAL - W
MEM - L
@ LAC - L
NOH - W
@ POR - W
GSW - W
SAS - L (Unless Pop benches the starters; this is a 04/14 game)
HOU - W


14-14

Losing to the Kings twice, the Pistons, the Raptors at home, and the Sixers is not the sign of a good team, even if they beat the Thunder, Nuggets, Clippers (without their best player), and Knicks. The rest of their wins like Milwaukee, Portland, Atlanta, and Brooklyn are all against mediocre or slightly above average teams.

2/20 BOS W (Revenge game)
2/22 POR W
2/24@DAL W
2/25@DEN L
2/28 MIN W
3/3 ATL W
3/5@OKC L
3/6@NOR W
3/8 TOR W
3/10 CHI L (Just don't see this as a win, especially if Rose is back)
3/12@ORL W
3/13@ATL L (2nd of back to back against a winning team)
3/15@IND L
3/17 SAC W
3/18@PHO W
3/22 WAS W
3/25@GSW L
3/27@MIN W
3/28@MIL W
3/30@SAC W
4/2 DAL W
4/5 MEM W
4/7@LAC L
4/9 NOR W
4/10@POR W (Blazers will probably be in tank mode)
4/12 GSW W
4/14 SAS W (Pop will be resting his starters)
4/17 HOU W

21-7, for a 46-36 record, which should get them into the playoffs unless they have games like the road games against the Suns, Kings, Cavs, and Raptors or the home losses against the Magic and Sixers where they play down to the competition, which can cost them from now on.
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