Lakers-Kings: Kobe Bryant Saves Lackluster Los Angeles

Posted: 2nd January 2010 by John Engel in NBA
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Superman’s was Lex Luthor, Batman’s was the Joker, Spiderman’s was the Green Goblin, and the Los Angeles Lakers’ arch enemy has proven to be the unlikely Kings early in the 2009-2010 season.   Similar to these heroes, the Lakers seem to always find a way to prevail over their opponent.   This time, Los Angeles needed a last second three by their personal superhero, Kobe Bryant, to defeat their nemesis.   The Kings visited Los Angeles following a devastating overtime loss at Arco Arena on Dec. 26 to the Lakers, looking to better their disappointing road record of 3-11.   The Lakers entered the first game of the New Year, against the 14-17 Kings, lacking forward and defensive cornerstone, Ron Artest, which would prove to hurt them gr ...

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