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P. George (SF)J. Clarkson (PG)


Tue Nov 10
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Fri Nov 13
L 90 - 82at DAL
Sun Nov 15
W 97 - 85DET
Mon Nov 16
L 120 - 101at PHO
Fri Nov 20
L 102 - 91TOR
Sun Nov 22
L 107 - 93POR
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L 111 - 77at GS
Sat Nov 28
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Tue Dec 1
at PHI
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Wed Dec 2
at WAS
8:00 pm EST
Fri Dec 4
at ATL
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Sun Dec 6
at DET
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Mon Dec 7
at TOR
8:00 pm EST
Wed Dec 9
at MIN
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Fri Dec 11
at SA
8:00 pm EST
Sat Dec 12
at HOU
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Tue Dec 15
10:30 pm EST
Thu Dec 17


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L.A. Clippers8-79-8
L.A. Lakers0-92-14
Lakers' Kobe Bryant: Will play Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Bryant will play Sunday against the Pacers, Lakers beat reporter Mike Trudell reports.

There was a chance Bryant would be held out Sunday after playing 34 minutes just a night ago, but he and head coach Byron Scott decided he would take the court on the day Bryant announced that he will retire at season's end. Bryant scored 21 points Saturday, his highest total since the Lakers' season opener.

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Lakers' Kobe Bryant: Will retire after season
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Bryant announced Sunday that he will retire from the NBA after the 2015-16 season, Mark Stein of ESPN reports.

Bryant has seen an overall decline in his performance this season, and will call it quits at the end of the season as a result. The 37-year-old will finish his career having participated in 20 different seasons and earning All-Star bids in 17 of 19 coming into this season. There are too many accolades to name for Bryant, who will likely go down as one of the best players in NBA history.

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Lakers' Louis Williams: Not set to return until Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Coach Byron Scott said that Lou Williams (personal) isn't expected to rejoin the Los Angeles Lakers until their game Tuesday against the 76ers, Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

This means that Williams will be unavailable for a second consecutive game Sunday against the Pacers while he continues to be with his family following the passing of his grandfather. In Saturday's loss to the Trail Blazers, Scott went with a nine-man rotation while Williams was absent, with both D'Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson seeing more than 35 minutes in the backcourt. That arrangement figures to hold again Sunday, but usual third-string point guard Marcelo Huertas could also see an expanded role off the bench if the game quickly becomes non-competitive.

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Lakers' Jordan Clarkson: Manages 19 points Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Clarkson managed 19 points (8-15 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four assists, three rebounds and four steals over 36 minutes in Saturday's 108-96 loss to the Trail Blazers.

Despite the Lakers loss, Clarkson posted one of his more productive outings of the season. The second-year pro received his second-highest allotment of playing time in the current campaign, and has now notably been at 32 minutes or higher in four of his last five contests. Clarkson also bounced back from a forgettable 2-for-11 performance Tuesday versus Golden State to shoot 53 percent from the field (8-for-15), the fifth time over his last seven games that he has been at 50 percent or better with his shot. Despite three single-digit scoring clunkers this season, Clarkson appears to be hitting his stride offensively over the last several games, and his value in all fantasy formats could be on the upswing as a result.

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Lakers' Julius Randle: Pitches in with 16 points Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Randle pitched in 16 points (8-13 FG), six rebounds, four assists, three steals and a block over 30 minutes in Saturday's 108-96 loss to Portland.

Although it was another one in the loss column for the Lakers, Randle managed his fourth consecutive double-digit scoring performance. The second-year pro also equaled his season-high in assists and set a new high-water mark in steals with three swipes. The 62 percent shooting was not only highly encouraging, but also marked Randle's second-best figure in that category this season and put him at 50 percent or better from the field in three of the last four contests. After missing all of his first season due to a broken leg suffered in the 2014-15 opener, Randle appears to be hitting his stride as his defacto rookie campaign unfolds.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGKobe Bryant , SG15.7
RPGJulius Randle , PF8.4
APGKobe Bryant , SG3.4
FG%Jordan Clarkson , PG47.2
FT%Roy Hibbert , C87.1
3P%Jordan Clarkson , PG42.6
BLOCKSRoy Hibbert , C32
STEALSJordan Clarkson , PG16
MPGJordan Clarkson , PG31.1
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