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Next Game

Fri, March 27, 7:30 PM EDT
Air Canada Centre
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+320
Line
-400
99.0
PPG
104.3
43.6
FG %
45.4
74.6
FT %
79.0
34.3
3PT %
35.1

Schedule

Fri Mar 6
L 97 - 90at MEM
Recap
Sun Mar 8
L 100 - 93DAL
Recap
Tue Mar 10
W 93 - 85DET
Recap
Thu Mar 12
L 101 - 94NY
Recap
Sun Mar 15
L 91 - 86ATL
Recap
Mon Mar 16
L 108 - 105at GS
Recap
Thu Mar 19
L 80 - 73UTA
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Sun Mar 22
W 101 - 87PHI
Recap
Tue Mar 24
L 127 - 117at OKC
Recap
Wed Mar 25
W 101 - 99at MIN
Recap
7:30 pm EDT
Today
at TOR
Preview
3:30 pm EDT
Sun Mar 29
at BKN
7:00 pm EDT
Mon Mar 30
at PHI
10:30 pm EDT
Wed Apr 1
NO
10:30 pm EDT
Fri Apr 3
ESPNPOR
9:30 pm EDT
Sun Apr 5
LAC
10:30 pm EDT
Tue Apr 7
at LAC
9:00 pm EDT
Wed Apr 8
at DEN
10:30 pm EDT
Fri Apr 10
MIN
9:30 pm EDT
Sun Apr 12
DAL

Standings

WEST
Pacific
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Golden St.34-858-13
L.A. Clippers30-1447-25
Phoenix20-2338-34
Sacramento15-2626-45
L.A. Lakers8-3519-51
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Lakers' Jordan Clarkson scores team-high 20 in win Wednesday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson scored a team-high 20 points on 6 of 16 shooting in his team's 101-99 overtime win over the Timberwolves Wednesday.

It was just the eighth road win of the season for the Lakers, and Clarkson came through with his second straight quality performance after scoring a season-high 30 points in his previous game. He turned the ball over six times Wednesday but also kicked in five rebounds, five assists, two steals and one block in 38 minutes.

"I think I took a few steps back," Clarkson said after the game, per the Associated Press reports. "I didn't take care of the ball well, held the ball a little too much on the offensive end. I've just got to keep growing, man, go back and watch the film, learn from it."

The Lakers will stay on the road to face the Raptors in Toronto Friday.

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Lakers to sit Carlos Boozer, Jordan Hill for next 4-5 games
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

With the Lakers out of playoff contention, the team wants its younger players to receive more playing time.

As a result, forward Carlos Boozer said coach Byron Scott said he and forward Jordan Hill would sit out the next four-to-five games, reports the Los Angeles Daily News.

"It makes sense for the future," Boozer said. "They're trying to figure out and evaluate which guys to bring back."

Boozer and Hill both missed Tuesday's loss due to a coaches decision. Guards Jordan Clarkson and Jeremy Lin started together Tuesday for the first time all season.

"I told them we're going to put you guys on the bench and try these young guys for a minute," assistant coach Paul Pressey said.

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1427250561
Lakers G Jordan Clarkson has career-high 30 points in losing effort
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Guard Jordan Clarkson records career-highs with 30 points and three blocks but the Lakers fall on Tuesday to the Thunder 127-117.

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Jeremy Lin, Ryan Kelly will start for Lakers Tuesday
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

The Lakers will juggle their starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Thunder, giving guard Jeremy Lin his first start since a December demotion and moving forward Ryan Kelly into the first five, per the Daily News.

Lin has played well of late, including a season-high 29 point performance against the 76ers on Sunday. He started 20 games this season, but was benched due to a lack of consistency.

"It's a matter of him going out and doing it, and the last couple weeks, he’s had some really good games," Lakers coach Byron Scott said.

Kelly will receive his first start since March 6. It had been speculated that Ed Davis might move into the starting lineup, but Scott said things will be re-evaluated after the team's five-game road swing.

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1427142804
Lakers forwards Ryan Kelly, Tarik Black could start Tuesday in OKC
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

The L.A. Times reports that forwards Ryan Kelly and Tarik Black are expected to start for the Lakers Tuesday at Oklahoma City.

Both Kelly (20 of 38) and Tarik (25 of 49) have started a little more than half of the games they've played for the Lakers this season.

Also reported Monday by the L.A. Daily News, guard Jeremy Lin and forward Ed Davis may also get the start Tuesday as well.

The Lakers are 11-point underdogs against the Thunder.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGJordan Hill , PF12.3
RPGJordan Hill , PF8
APGJeremy Lin , PG4.7
FG%Carlos Boozer , PF50.8
FT%Nick Young , SG89.2
3P%Nick Young , SG36.9
BLOCKSEd Davis , PF92
STEALSJeremy Lin , PG80
MPGWesley Johnson , SF28.9
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