Los Angeles Lakers Tickets
Below is the current Los Angeles Lakers schedule. To buy tickets select the date of the basketball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Lakers tickets by phone.
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Los Angeles Lakers Team Info
Getting Lakers seats will ensure that you will see one of the most storied teams in the NBA take the court for what is sure to be another episode of show time basketball. The Lakers are a team that somehow, year after year, finds a way to get into the post season and make some noise. They are a franchise that has only missed the playoffs two times since 1976, and going to a Lakers game is as much about being seen as it is about seeing a game because of all the celebrities that attend the game on a regular basis. The most notable celebrity attending the games being, of course, Jack Nicholson in his courtside seat.
Last year the Lakers were able to get into the playoffs as the seventh seed in the Western Conference, but the real story of the year was how Kobe Bryant led the team in scoring and emotional leadership. The most obvious example of his scoring prowess came on January 22, 2006, when Bryant scored 81 points. His point total was second all-time only to Wilt Chamberlain’s legendary 100-point game in 1962. Kobe also broke the single-season franchise record for most 40-point games in a season with 27 games, but when it was time for the playoffs, Bryant put aside his desire to simply score when the team stretched the opposition to a thrilling seven-game series.
No one personifies the Lakers more than Magic Johnson, who was the face of the “Showtime” era of Lakers basketball. Although already a talented team, led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic turned a good team into a great one. He was a point guard that had the skills of a forward and his fast break style, with dazzling passes, fit the Lakers perfectly. Kareem was the leader of the Lakers and was on track to win another title when he suffered a severely sprained ankle during game five. It was then that rookie Magic Johnson shockingly started the game at center and led the team with 42 points, 15 rebounds and 7 assists as he helped the Lakers win the Championship.