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Los Angeles Lakers Details
The Los Angeles Lakers were one of the best franchises in NBA history before they moved to Los Angeles, when they were the Minneapolis Lakers. But after moving to Los Angeles in 1960, the team's stature grew to become one of the biggest in the history of the league. With some of the best players ever to play the game suiting up in purple and gold, it's no wonder that the Lakers are such a hot ticket during NBA season.
A list of the best players to wear a Lakers jersey over the years would be a long list, given how many Hall of Fame caliber talents the club has had. The NBA's logo inspiration, Jerry West, along with the league's all-time leading scorer in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar both took center stage in Los Angeles. And one of the greatest point guards and showmen in league history was also a Laker, as Magic Johnson led the appropriately named Showtime Lakers to success.
More modern Laker greats include one of the most dominant big men to play in the NBA, as Shaquille O'Neal bent many defenders to his will. Kobe Bryant's clutch shooting was also on display as a Laker, and the multi-talented LeBron James is mentioned in the same breath with those other iconic Los Angeles Lakers.
The biggest rivalry the Lakers have, of course, is with the Boston Celtics. The two have gone toe-to-toe in countless NBA Finals matchups, with some of the greatest players ever to play the game suiting up on each side. All-time greats like Larry Bird and Bill Russell for the Celtics and Magic Johnson and Abdul-Jabbar have made these series some of the most memorable in league history.
Two of the best periods of success for the Lakers came in the 1980s and the first decade of the 21st century. The team won five titles from 1980 to 1988 and added another five from 2000 to 2010. With the Showtime teams carrying the 1980s and the Shaq and Kobe Lakers having so much success in the 2000s, the Lakers have had eras of unbelievable dominance since moving to LA.
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If the Lakers make the NBA playoffs, tickets typically go on sale in April. For alerts on Lakers playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for an account.
Los Angeles Lakers schedule
The Lakers' season will begin in October and go through the month of April, at which point the postseason is in play if the Lakers qualify. Being in the Western Conference, the majority of the Lakers' games will be against opponents in their conference.
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When do the Lakers play the Celtics?
With the noteworthy rivalry that is the Lakers versus the Celtics, fans of both teams will be excited to know that the teams square off once or twice per season given that they are in opposite conferences. This makes these rivalry matchups feel even more special each year.
Los Angeles Lakers Top Matchups
The Los Angeles Lakers have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.
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