LA Lakers: Lakers Lose to Cleveland Cavaliers in Shocker
LA Lakers Hit a Season-Low, Lose to Cleveland Cavaliers.
There have been plenty of rumblings about the Los Angeles Lakers lately, seemingly not the same team as they've been before.
Expect those rumblings to increase in volume.
The Lakers, after losing 109-89 to the Charlotte Bobcats Monday, lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 104-99, on Wednesday.
The Lakers, who allowed the Cavs to shoot 47 percent and saw guard Ramon Sessions torch them for 32 points, gave the Cavaliers just their 10th win of the season.
Forward Ron Artest, who's been in trade rumors, played just 18 minutes in the Lakers loss.
Center Andrew Bynum, who Lakers VP of player personnel Jim Buss has been reportedly so enamored with he hasn't let him go in a possible trade for Carmelo Anthony, shot 2-for-12, with 6 points and 6 rebounds in 22 minutes.
And Kobe Bryant, usually the one consistent force on the Lakers, shot 8-for-24, committing seven turnovers in the process.
Guard Anthony Parker stepped up for the Cavaliers, scoring 18 points and dishing nine assists, as did Antawn Jamison, scoring 19 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
The Lakers, who fell silent to the media after their loss to the Bobcats, find themselves searching for answers past the midway point of the season.
Things appear to be getting worse as the trade deadline approaches.
The Lakers, who blew the Cavaliers out by 55 points last month, found themselves on the end of a colossal comeback performance by the league's worst team.
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