2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-1, 3rd in Pacific
Why LaVar has been so quiet this season? (2:02)
Stephen A still high on Lakers: 'Don't trust' the rest of West (1:25)
Jalen: Lonzo doesn't fit in with current Lakers (1:11)
'Baby Lakers' still learning how to play with LeBron (1:57)
LeBron: 'It's gonna take patience' (0:40)
Stephen A.: Lakers need to improve 3-point shooting (1:16)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Lonzo Ball said he's still trying to get his wind and conditioning back after what was just his third game since the end of last March.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Lonzo Ball said the two dunks at the start of the game by LeBron James were two of the best plays he's ever seen.

LeBron's 1st dunk as a Laker looks familiar (0:26)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked what he thought about LeBron James' two thunderous tomahawk jams to start the game, Josh Hart said, "He's the best player in the world and he showed that."

Lakers still finding their way with LeBron (1:42)
LeBron scores 26 in debut with Lakers (1:06)
Ball hits first 3 of season (0:16)
Hart beats buzzer at end of 3rd (0:29)
Kuzma puts away breakaway slam (0:16)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Hart hit the first Lakers 3-pointer of the season late in the third quarter. The Lakers opened the game missing their first 15 attempts from behind the arc. Perimeter shooting could be problematic for the Lakers this season although the front office is banking on the likes of Hart, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Kyle Kuzma to improve their shooting this season.

Kuzma fakes out Nurkic for pretty finish (0:17)
McGee shows out with 2 big blocks, 2 bigger dunks (0:58)
LeBron and Lillard exchange thunderous dunks (0:46)
LeBron throws down first points as Laker (0:19)
McGee hammers home monster slam (0:16)
LeBron gets mixed reaction in introduction (0:16)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

A concern heading into the season was whether the Lakers had enough perimeter shooting around LeBron James. In the first half, the Lakers opened the season going 0-for-12 from behind the arc. Brandon Ingram and Lance Stephenson were both 0-for-3 from 3-point range. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, whom the Lakers are hoping will be one of their best shooters this season, made two free throws but was 0-for-0 from the floor in the half.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game119.06th
Rebounds Per Game46.0Tied-14th
Assists Per Game23.010th
Points Allowed128.029th

Team History