Lakers start off well, but leave little in reserve in defeating...

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They played three pretty strong quarters. Four would have been the preferred method of operation, but three were plenty good enough for the Lakers to handle the New Orleans Hornets with ease, 110-99 on Tuesday night at Staples Center. Full Story
EyeBleedpurplean d Gold

Lansing, MI

#1 Dec 2, 2009
Go Lakers, eye agree the reserves need to play better, hopefully they will with increase playing time. Go Lakers
DrPhil

Beaumont, CA

#2 Dec 2, 2009
Every team that plays the Lakers knows their so called 'second unit' is not cohesive. That's why they all use their starters to take back what the Lakers f'irst unit' has gained. Why does there have to be a 'second unit' at all, when individual back-up players can just fill in to give the starters a break. That's what will happen in the playoffs, when most teams only play eight to nine players anyway.

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