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Kobe Bryant is back for another season, as the Los Angeles Lakers try to return to the playoffs! Be there at the Staples Center this season to watch Kobe, Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer and Julius Randle try to lead the Lakers back to the promised land! Check out the Lakers' 2014-15 schedule and get your Lakers tickets today!

EventDate & Location 
NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Denver Nuggets
Monday, October 6, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Valley View Casino Center (Formerly San Diego Sports Arena)
San Diego, California

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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Golden State Warriors
Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Citizens Business Bank Arena - CA
Ontario, California

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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Utah Jazz
Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Honda Center (formerly Arrowhead Pond)
Anaheim, California

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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Phoenix Suns
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Honda Center (formerly Arrowhead Pond)
Anaheim, California

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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Portland Trail Blazers
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Citizens Business Bank Arena - CA
Ontario, California

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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs.
Sacramento Kings
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 7:00 PM

MGM Grand Garden Arena
Las Vegas, Nevada

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Los Angeles Lakers Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)Sunday, October 26, 2014 at [time TBA]

Staples Center
Los Angeles, California

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After seeing Dwight Howard leave the Lakers to join the Houston Rockets, fans of the Los Angeles Lakers are hoping for big things from Kobe Bryant. Mike D’Antoni is still at the helm for the Lakers, and his high-speed offense will likely be in place once again. If you get Los Angeles Lakers tickets you can expect there is going to be some training changes made to ensure a better relationship between players on the court. With Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash the Lakers have two of the most respected veterans in the NBA, so this team will still be dangerous. They will use their experience to bring together a younger squad to make a run at the championship for this season. And in power forward Pau Gasol the Lakers have a proven competitor that can play with anyone.

The past season was a rocky one for the team. After assembling a line-up that was considered one of the best in the league (and possibly of the history of the NBA) the team struggled through the majority of the season. The team, which included Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Steve Nash, Meta (Ron Artest) World Peace, and Pau Gasol, went 1-4 in the first five games of the season. After firing their coach Mike Brown, rumors swirled that they may bring back the legendary Phil Jackson to coach the team. After a short period of deliberation, the Lakers instead chose Mike D’Antoni as the new head coach. Mike went on to finish the season 45-37, which was the worst record the Lakers had secured since the 2007 season. The Lakers clinched a playoff berth in the final game of the season, but were swept in the first round of the tournament by the eventual Western Conference Champion San Antonio Spurs.

The Western Conference’s Pacific Division has some solid teams looking to take the Los Angeles Lakers down night in and night out. The LA Clippers emerged as a solid threat in the West after years of mediocrity, and they are going to keep it going this year. The Lakers vs Clippers rivalry will only get more intense, so make sure you are there to see those games in person. If you can, do not pass up a chance to buy Clippers Lakers tickets because watching Kobe and Dwight take on Chris Paul and Blake Griffin at the Staples Center.

The other big rival for the Lakers are the Oklahoma City Thunder and Kevin Durant, who made it to the NBA Finals last year. They look to be the Lakers main competition for a Western Conference title, and you know you want to see them battle in person! Be there to watch the LA Lakers take on the NBA's best and get your tickets for the Lakeshow as soon as you can!

As the Los Angeles Laker’s are one of the NBA’s most celebrated teams, the hunt is going to be on for access to a playoff game this year. As a testament to their franchise's history, the Lake Show holds the record for the longest winning streak in the NBA, with 33 games won in a row. And that is just one of many records the team has set. There have also been a number of Hall of Famers basketball players that have players for the LA Lakers. From the likes of Magic Johnson, to Shaq, and Kobe Bryant, the Laker’s have had some amazing talent cross their court. At last count there were 16 Laker players inducted into the Hall of Fame as well as four coaches.

The 2014 Lakers look to win another championship this year, and their last came in 2010 against the rival Boston Celtics. The more things change, the more they stay the same and that certainly pertains to these two veteran teams and bitter rivals. Grab some Lakers vs. Celtics tickets to see these teams battle at the Staples Center. The top team in the West and the NBA overall this year has been Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. If the Lakers want to get back to the NBA Finals, they have to go through the Durantula and the electric Russel Westbrook, so Lakers vs. Thunder tickets will be one of the biggest draws of the year. With a chance to see the best closer in the game Kobe Bryant in person, don’t hesitate and grab your Lakers tickets today!

LA is still the Lakers town and they aim to prove it in 2014. Sure the LA Clippers have Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, but the Lakers have the history to keep them at bay. Plus they have the immortal Kobe Bryant handling the ball. The Staples Center is going to be packed with Lakers fans and you can be at the biggest game in town. The anticipation is building for what looks like a great 2014 season so get out to the Staples Center. With NBA basketball tickets you can watch Kobe Bryant and the Lakers aim for NBA basketball glory as they aim to stay on top of the Clippers. You don’t want to miss what Lakers Coach Mike Brown has planned for LA basketball, so get your tickets for the Showtime Lakers right now. You know the LA Laker season is going to be a wild one, and you can be in the stands at the Staples Center to watch it all live. Playing basketball in the Pacific Division has its share of tough teams, but the Lakers are ready. Kobe Bryant is definitely going to get his touches this season, but he’s not the only Laker on the roster. Los Angeles also has Pau Gasol and Steve Nash ready to take it to the hoop, and they have you in the stands!

You know that opposing teams kick it up a notch when they are playing the Los Angeles Lakers. And if that team is the rival LA Clippers then that goes double! These teams sure have some epic battles, and Lakers vs Clippers tickets are always hot sellers. Being at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game is good enough, but whey they are playing the Clippers its extra special. The rivalry between Kobe Bryant and Blake Griffin is turning into a real battle and you can be there to see what happens on the court. Another team that kicks up demand for Los Angeles Lakers basketball tickets are the Sacramento Kings. The Sacramento Kings always play the Lakers tough and that looks to be the case in 2014. Be there to watch the Los Angeles Lakers take on the Sacramento Kings and get your basketball tickets to see the fun in person! That’s right, it’s Los Angeles Lakers basketball time, so don’t pass up a chance at tickets to watch all the NBA fun!

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The LA lakers are always big in California, but they are not alone in grabbing the attention of sports fans. Of course the MLB's LA Dodgers are huge, and fans are always eager to buy tickets for the Dodgers for as many baseball games as they can. And with the success of the Angels in recent years, the LA Angels are always big ticket items. The Clippers are looking respectable these days, so more and more people are looking to get into a Clippers game. And even without an NFL team football is huge, with fans everywhere rooting for the USC Trojans. And even in sunny California, sports fans want to see their hockey, including the LA Kings and the Anaheim Ducks. When it comes to LA Sports, there is no shortage of options, so be sure that you get yourself to as many games as you can this and every season.

The Lakers play home games at the Staples Center, an LA landmark that sells sports tickets for no less than five professional sports teams, including LA Clippers tickets. The building opened its doors in 1999 and cost $375 million. The building can hold up to 18,997 fans, be one of them today with your own set of Lakers tickets, available right here at the best site for cheap NBA tickets, Ticket Liquidator.

The Los Angeles Lakers play in Los Angeles, California and plays in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. They share their home stadium, the Staples Center, with their NBA rivals the Los Angeles Clippers, as well as the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL and the Los Angeles Sparks. The Lakers franchise began in 1947 as reformed version of the Detroit Gems. After moving to Minnesota (which is where the name Lakers comes from) they won five championships under George Mikan. In 1960, they moved to their current location in Los Angeles, keeping the Lakers moniker and creating one of the most storied NBA teams in the history of the league. This day and age the Lakers represent one of the most enduring franchises in sports, so get your tickets today and see all the action live!

LA Lakers team info:
  • Established: 1946
  • Conference and Division: Western Conference, Pacific Division
  • Championships: 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1972, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2009
  • Conference Titles: 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007 and 2009.
  • Formerly Known As: Detroit Gems and Minneapolis Lakers
  • Fun Fact: As the Minneapolis Lakers, the team holds the record for the lowest-scoring NBA game ever played along with the Fort Wayne Pistons, after the Pistons' 19 to 18 win in 1950.
  • Home Arena: Staples Center [tickets]
  • Official Lakers Site

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