The third week of the 2012-13 preseason is now in the books for the Los Angeles Lakers, as the team now switches gears to make its final roster adjustments for the regular season.
The Lakers continued their losing ways last night in preseason, falling to the Kings 99-92. For what it's worth, the Lakers are now a winless 0-6 in preseason.
Laker land got a glimpse of what to expect during the regular season as Dwight Howard made his debut in the purple and gold and impressed both offensively and defensively; the big man registered 19 points on 8-of-12 shooting while pulling down 12 rebounds and notching 4 blocks.
While Dwight Howard stole the attention of Lakers fans in attendance, the coaching staff had their eyes on the Lakers' second-unit. They have the tough decision of deciding who could possibly end up with one of the Lakers' final roster spots for the regular season.
Week 3 showed one forward making a strong case for why he should make the final cut, while other Lakers are left in limbo after displaying less-than-stellar play. There is also an injury to report on one of the Lakers' starting five, which could become an issue for the start of the regular season.
With all of this in mind, let's examine the three winners and losers for Week 3 of the Lakers' preseason.
Which players have the most to prove entering the final week of preseason?