Lakers 2013-14 season: By the numbers

.329 -- The Lakers' final winning percentage -- after going 27-55 -- was the worst in the history of the team since the franchise moved from Minneapolis to Los Angeles.

2 -- Pau Gasol passed Detlef Schrempf to become the second-highest scoring European player in NBA history (Dirk Nowitzki) with an 18-foot jumper against Brooklyn in November. Gasol finished the season with 16,576 points, ranking him 89th overall on the all-time scoring list.

3 -- The number of times the 40-point plateau was reached by a Lakers player this season with Jodie Meeks scoring 42 in a win against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Nick Young hitting for 40 and 41 in two games in April.

4 -- The number of eligible players the Lakers ended up with in a game against Cleveland after they had a limited roster because of injuries and after Chris Kaman and Robert Sacre fouled out.

7 -- Young had seven four-point plays this season, tying him with Kyle Korver for the NBA lead while setting a new Lakers franchise record.

8 -- The number of players to set new career-high scoring games for the Lakers this season including Meeks (42 points), Jordan Farmar (30), Jordan Hill (28), Xavier Henry (27), Ryan Kelly (26), Kent Bazemore (23), Kendall Marshall (20) and Sacre (15).

9 -- The Lakers failed to sell out Staples Center for nine of their 41 home games this season. Their streak of 320 consecutive sellouts (playoffs included) was snapped in November.

14 -- Marshall was second in the league with nine games of 14 assists or more this season. Chris Paul was first with 10.

19 -- L.A. set a franchise record for most 3-pointers in a regulation game, making 19 against the Sacramento Kings in February.

35 -- The number of different starting lineups the Lakers used in 82 games this season.

40 -- Steve Nash, the oldest active player in the league, turned 40 on Feb. 7, scoring a season-high 19 points during a 112-98 win over Philadelphia on his birthday.

48 -- The number of points the Lakers lost to the Clippers by in March, the biggest blowout loss in franchise history.

51 -- L.A. set a team record for points in a quarter, hanging 51 in the third quarter of a blowout win over the New York Knicks in March.

319 -- Lakers players missed 319 games combined because of injury this season, which led the NBA.

408 -- Over a three-game span in early March, the Lakers allowed New Orleans to score 132 points, the L.A. Clippers to score 142 points and Denver to score 134 points. The 408 points combined accounted for the most porous three-game stretch of defense the team has ever allowed.

10,335 -- Nash moved up to No. 3 on the all-time assists list by registering his 10,335th assist of his career, passing Mark Jackson.

$172,055 -- The amount of money Kobe Bryant made per minute played this season after only appearing in 177 minutes over six games.