2013–14 Los Angeles Lakers season

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2013–14 Los Angeles Lakers season
Head coachMike D'Antoni
General managerMitch Kupchak
PresidentJeanie Buss
OwnersBuss Family Trusts
ArenaStaples Center
Results
Record27–55 (.329)
PlaceDivision: 5th (Pacific)
Conference: 14th (Western)
Playoff finishDid not qualify

Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com
Local media
TelevisionTWC SportsNet and TWC Deportes
Radio710 ESPN
< 2012–13 2014–15 >

The 2013–14 Los Angeles Lakers season was the 66th season of the franchise, its 65th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and its 54th season in Los Angeles. With Dwight Howard's departure to Houston during the offseason, Kobe Bryant playing only six games, and numerous injuries to many of the players, they finished 27–55, the sixth-worst record in the league; it was the most losses in the franchise's history which would change in the 2014–15 season and later the 2015–16 season. The Lakers missed the playoffs for the first time since 2004–05.[1]

The Lakers began the season 10–9.[2] However, they entered the NBA All-Star break with seven straight losses at home, the worst streak in team history. Despite a 13-13 start, they went 14-42 the rest of the way. They were 18–35 and 13 games behind for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference, and only nine games behind the 9–43 Milwaukee Bucks for the worst record in the league and the best probability of the first overall pick in the NBA draft lottery.[3] On March 6, they lost to the Los Angeles Clippers, their crosstown rivals, 142–94, with the 48-point margin being the most one-sided defeat in Lakers history.[4] It was part of a three-game stretch during which the Lakers allowed an average of 136 points per game, the worst in their history;[5] it matched the most allowed by an NBA team in three games over the past 23 years.[6] Later that month, they were the first team in the league that was eliminated from playoff contention.[2] It was just the third time in 38 seasons that they missed the playoffs. Their .329 winning percentage was the worst since 1957–58, before they had even moved to Los Angeles and when they were still playing in Minneapolis.[1] Lakers players in 2013–14 missed 319 games due to injury, which led the NBA, and the team used 35 different starting lineups.[7] In the final months of the season, the team often dressed just 10 or fewer healthy players, refusing to replace injured players for a few extra wins in a lost season.[1] Following the season, Pau Gasol signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls.

Key dates[edit]

  • June 27: The 2013 NBA draft took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
  • July 1: 2013 NBA free agency began.
  • December 8: Kobe Bryant plays in first game since tearing his Achilles.
  • December 17: Kobe Bryant suffers a broken bone in his knee while playing against the Memphis Grizzlies, but his team went on to beat them, 96–92.[8]
  • February 4: Steve Blake, Jordan Hill, and Jodie Meeks get injured as well as losing against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
  • March 14: Following their loss to the San Antonio Spurs the Lakers become eliminated from playoff contention, Thus meaning that for only the sixth time the Lakers won't make the Playoffs.
  • March 25: The Lakers hit a franchise record 51 points in one quarter against the New York Knicks, and also a win to the Lakers 96–127.

Draft picks[edit]

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College/Team
2 48 Ryan Kelly PF  United States Duke

Roster[edit]

Roster listing
2013–14 Los Angeles Lakers roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY-MM-DD) From
SG 6 Bazemore, Kent 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 201 lb (91 kg) 1989-07-01 Old Dominion
SG 2 Brooks, MarShon 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 1989-01-26 Providence
SG 24 Bryant, Kobe Injured (C) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 1978-08-23 Lower Merion HS (PA)
PG 1 Farmar, Jordan 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 180 lb (82 kg) 1986-11-30 UCLA
F/C 16 Gasol, Pau 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 250 lb (113 kg) 1980-08-07 Spain
SF 7 Henry, Xavier 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 220 lb (100 kg) 1991-03-15 Kansas
PF 27 Hill, Jordan 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 235 lb (107 kg) 1987-07-27 Arizona
SF 11 Johnson, Wesley 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1987-07-11 Syracuse
C 9 Kaman, Chris 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 265 lb (120 kg) 1982-04-28 Central Michigan
PF 4 Kelly, Ryan 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 230 lb (104 kg) 1991-04-09 Duke
PG 12 Marshall, Kendall 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 1991-08-19 North Carolina
SG 20 Meeks, Jodie 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 208 lb (94 kg) 1987-08-21 Kentucky
PG 10 Nash, Steve Injured 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 178 lb (81 kg) 1974-02-07 Santa Clara
C 50 Sacre, Robert 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 260 lb (118 kg) 1989-06-06 Gonzaga
SG 0 Young, Nick 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 1985-06-01 Southern California
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • (DL) On assignment to D-League affiliate
  • Injured Injured

Roster
Last transaction: March 2, 2014

Pre-season[edit]

2013 pre-season game log
Total: 4–4 (Home: 4–3; Road: 0–1)
Pre-season: 4–4 (Home: 4–3; Road: 0–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 5 Golden State W 104–95 Xavier Henry (29) Chris Kaman (10) Jordan Farmar (7) Citizens Business Bank Arena
6,946
1–0
2 October 6 Denver L 88–97 Xavier Henry (15) Robert Sacre (8) Steve Blake (7) Staples Center
16,722
1–1
3 October 8 Denver W 90–88 Steve Blake (16) Jordan Hill (12) Steve Nash (5) Citizens Business Bank Arena
6,023
2–1
4 October 10 Sacramento L 86–104 Jodie Meeks (19) Kaman & Williams (6) Pau Gasol (5) MGM Grand Garden Arena
10,188
2–2
5 October 15 Golden State L 95–100 Nick Young (18) Chris Kaman (10) Steve Blake (8) MasterCard Center
17,114
2–3
6 October 18 @ Golden State L 89–115 Pau Gasol (16) Jordan Hill (8) Steve Blake (6) Mercedes-Benz Arena
17,482
2–4
7 October 22 Utah W 108–94 Jordan Farmar (20) Gasol, Blake, Johnson (6) Nick Young (4) Staples Center
17,186
3–4
8 October 25 Utah W 111–106 Steve Blake (19) Wesley Johnson (9) Pau Gasol (7) Honda Center
14,808
4–4
2013–14 season schedule

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pacific Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div GP
y-Los Angeles Clippers 57 25 .695 0.0 34–7 23–18 12–4 82
x-Golden State Warriors 51 31 .622 6.0 27–14 24–17 11–5 82
Phoenix Suns 48 34 .585 9.0 26–15 22–19 8–8 82
Sacramento Kings 28 54 .341 29.0 17–24 11–30 3–13 82
Los Angeles Lakers 27 55 .329 30.0 14–27 13–28 6–10 82


Western Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 z-San Antonio Spurs * 62 20 .756 82
2 y-Oklahoma City Thunder * 59 23 .720 3.0 82
3 y-Los Angeles Clippers * 57 25 .695 5.0 82
4 x-Houston Rockets 54 28 .659 8.0 82
5 x-Portland Trail Blazers 54 28 .659 8.0 82
6 x-Golden State Warriors 51 31 .622 11.0 82
7 x-Memphis Grizzlies 50 32 .610 12.0 82
8 x-Dallas Mavericks 49 33 .598 13.0 82
9 Phoenix Suns 48 34 .585 14.0 82
10 Minnesota Timberwolves 40 42 .488 22.0 82
11 Denver Nuggets 36 46 .439 26.0 82
12 New Orleans Pelicans 34 48 .415 28.0 82
13 Sacramento Kings 28 54 .341 34.0 82
14 Los Angeles Lakers 27 55 .329 35.0 82
15 Utah Jazz 25 57 .305 37.0 82

Game log[edit]

2013–14 game log
Total: 27–55 (Home: 14–27; Road: 13–28)
October: 1–1 (Home: 1–0; Road: 0–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 29 L.A. Clippers W 116–103 Xavier Henry (22) Pau Gasol (13) Jordan Farmar (6) Staples Center
18,997
1–0
2 October 30 @ Golden State L 94–125 Meeks & Henry (14) Gasol & Hill (7) Jordan Farmar (5) Oracle Arena
19,596
1–1
November : 8–7 (Home: 5–3; Road: 3–4)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
3 November 1 San Antonio L 85–91 Pau Gasol (20) Pau Gasol (11) Steve Blake (9) Staples Center
18,997
1–2
4 November 3 Atlanta W 105–103 Xavier Henry (18) Pau Gasol (13) Steve Blake (7) Staples Center
18,997
2–2
5 November 5 @ Dallas L 104–123 Nick Young (21) Pau Gasol (8) Jordan Farmar (7) American Airlines Center
19,670
2–3
6 November 7 @ Houston W 99–98 Jodie Meeks (18) Pau Gasol (12) Jordan Farmar (7) Toyota Center
18,133
3–3
7 November 8 @ New Orleans L 85–96 Chris Kaman (16) Jordan Hill (13) Steve Blake (8) New Orleans Arena
18,209
3–4
8 November 10 Minnesota L 90–113 Steve Blake (19) Pau Gasol (11) Steve Blake (8) Staples Center
18,997
3–5
9 November 12 New Orleans W 116–95 Jordan Hill (21) Jordan Hill (11) Steve Blake (10) Staples Center
18,426
4–5
10 November 13 @ Denver L 99–111 Pau Gasol (25) Jordan Hill (15) Steve Blake (11) Pepsi Center
17,824
4–6
11 November 15 Memphis L 86–89 Jodie Meeks (25) Pau Gasol (13) Steve Blake (10) Staples Center
18,997
4–7
12 November 17 Detroit W 114–99 Jordan Hill (24) Jordan Hill (17) Steve Blake (16) Staples Center
18,997
5–7
13 November 22 Golden State W 102–95 Pau Gasol (24) Pau Gasol (10) Jordan Farmar (8) Staples Center
18,997
6–7
14 November 24 Sacramento W 100–86 Xavier Henry (21) Jordan Hill (13) Steve Blake (12) Staples Center
18,997
7–7
15 November 26 @ Washington L 111–116 Jordan Farmar (22) Jordan Hill (8) Gasol & Farmar (8) Verizon Center
19,204
7–8
16 November 27 @ Brooklyn W 99–94 Nick Young (26) Jordan Hill (12) Steve Blake (10) Barclays Center
17,732
8–8
17 November 29 @ Detroit W 106–102 Wesley Johnson (27) Pau Gasol (12) Steve Blake (10) Palace of Auburn Hills
15,202
9–8
December : 4–11 (Home: 1–6; Road: 3–5)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
18 December 1 Portland L 108–114 Xavier Henry (27) Shawne Williams (8) Steve Blake (9) Staples Center
18,997
9–9
19 December 6 @ Sacramento W 106–100 Meeks & Gasol (19) Jordan Hill (9) Steve Blake (10) Sleep Train Arena
17,317
10–9
20 December 8 Toronto L 94–106 Nick Young (19) Bryant, Gasol & Hill (8) Bryant & Blake (4) Staples Center
18,997
10–10
21 December 10 Phoenix L 108–114 Kobe Bryant (20) Jordan Hill (7) Steve Blake (10) Staples Center
18,997
10–11
22 December 13 @ Oklahoma City L 97–122 Nick Young (17) Robert Sacre (8) Kobe Bryant (13) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
10–12
23 December 14 @ Charlotte W 88–85 Kobe Bryant (21) Jordan Hill (9) Kobe Bryant (8) Time Warner Cable Arena
17,101
11–12
24 December 16 @ Atlanta L 100–114 Nick Young (23) Pau Gasol (10) Kobe Bryant (6) Philips Arena
15,146
11–13
25 December 17 @ Memphis W 96–92 Bryant & Gasol (21) Pau Gasol (9) Wesley Johnson (6) FedExForum
17,217
12–13
26 December 20 Minnesota W 104–91 Nick Young (25) Pau Gasol (13) Pau Gasol (8) Staples Center
18,997
13–13
27 December 21 @ Golden State L 83–102 Nick Young (20) Chris Kaman (17) Jodie Meeks (4) Oracle Arena
19,596
13–14
28 December 23 @ Phoenix L 90–117 Nick Young (19) Henry & Williams (6) Jodie Meeks (4) US Airways Center
14,814
13–15
29 December 25 Miami L 95–101 Nick Young (20) Pau Gasol (13) Gasol & Meeks (3) Staples Center
18,997
13–16
30 December 27 @ Utah L 103–105 Nick Young (21) Chris Kaman (10) Jordan Farmar (7) EnergySolutions Arena
19,911
13-17
31 December 29 Philadelphia L 104–111 Nick Young (26) Jordan Hill (13) Jordan Farmar (8) Staples Center
18,997
13–18
32 December 31 Milwaukee L 79–94 Young & Gasol (25) Shawne Williams (11) Kendall Marshall (7) Staples Center
18,997
13–19
January : 3–12 (Home: 1–4; Road: 2–8)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
33 January 3 Utah W 110–99 Pau Gasol (23) Pau Gasol (17) Kendall Marshall (15) Staples Center
18,997
14–19
34 January 5 Denver L 115–137 Pau Gasol (25) Pau Gasol (10) Kendall Marshall (17) Staples Center
18,997
14–20
35 January 7 @ Dallas L 97–110 Jodie Meeks (24) Pau Gasol (13) Kendall Marshall & Jodie Meeks (6) American Airlines Center
19,656
14–21
36 January 8 @ Houston L 99–113 Nick Young (25) Pau Gasol (12) Kendall Marshall (8) Toyota Center
18,229
14–22
37 January 10 @ L.A. Clippers L 87–123 Kendall Marshall (16) Pau Gasol (8) Kendall Marshall (10) Staples Center
19,316
14–23
38 January 14 Cleveland L 118–120 Nick Young (28) Pau Gasol (12) Kendall Marshall (16) Staples Center
18,997
14–24
39 January 15 @ Phoenix L 114–121 Pau Gasol (24) Jordan Hill (10) Kendall Marshall (13) US Airways Center
16,022
14–25
40 January 17 @ Boston W 107–104 Pau Gasol (24) Pau Gasol (13) Kendall Marshall (14) TD Garden
18,624
15–25
41 January 19 @ Toronto W 112–106 Nick Young (29) Pau Gasol (9) Kendall Marshall (11) Air Canada Centre
17,706
16–25
42 January 20 @ Chicago L 100–102 Nick Young (31) Pau Gasol (19) Kendall Marshall (8) United Center
21,626
16–26
43 January 23 @ Miami L 102–109 Jodie Meeks & Pau Gasol (22) Pau Gasol (11) Kendall Marshall (11) American Airlines Arena
19,608
16–27
44 January 24 @ Orlando L 105–114 Pau Gasol (21) Pau Gasol (11) Kendall Marshall (14) Amway Center
16,101
16–28
45 January 26 @ New York L 103–110 Jodie Meeks (24) Pau Gasol(13) Kendall Marshall(5) Madison Square Garden
19,812
16–29
46 January 28 Indiana L 92–104 Meeks & Gasol(21) Pau Gasol(13) Kendall Marshall (13) Staples Center
18,997
16–30
47 January 31 Charlotte L 100–110 Pau Gasol(24) Pau Gasol(9) Kendall Marshall (12) Staples Center
18,997
16–31
February : 4–8 (Home: 2–5; Road: 2–3)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
48 February 4 @ Minnesota L 99–109 Nick Young (24) Wesley Johnson (9) Steve Nash (9) Target Center
12,559
16–32
49 February 5 @ Cleveland W 119–108 Ryan Kelly (26) Steve Blake (10) Steve Blake (15) Quicken Loans Arena
15,205
17–32
50 February 7 @ Philadelphia W 112–98 Steve Nash (19) Kelly & Kaman (8) Kendall Marshall (10) Wells Fargo Center
15,211
18–32
51 February 9 Chicago L 86–92 Chris Kaman (27) Chris Kaman (10) Kendall Marshall (11) Staples Center
18,997
18–33
52 February 11 Utah L 79–96 Chris Kaman (25) Chris Kaman (14) Steve Blake (8) Staples Center
18,209
18–34
53 February 13 Oklahoma City L 103–107 Kaman & Johnson (19) Chris Kaman (10) Kendall Marshall (17) Staples Center
18,997
18–35
All-Star Break
54 February 19 Houston L 108–134 Wesley Johnson (24) Johnson & Hill (7) Kendall Marshall (16) Staples Center
18,997
18–36
55 February 21 Boston W 101–92 Kaman, Meeks & Gasol (16) Jordan Hill (12) Kendall Marshall (8) Staples Center
18,997
19–36
56 February 23 Brooklyn L 102–108 Pau Gasol (22) Pau Gasol (11) Kendall Marshall (7) Staples Center
18,997
19–37
57 February 25 @ Indiana L 98–118 Kent Bazemore (23) Pau Gasol (9) Jordan Farmar (7) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
18,165
19–38
58 February 26 @ Memphis L 103–108 Jodie Meeks (19) Pau Gasol (10) Kendall Marshall (8) FedExForum
16,989
19–39
59 February 28 Sacramento W 126–122 Jordan Farmar (30) Wesley Johnson (12) Kendall Marshall (10) Staples Center
18,997
20–39
March : 5–9 (Home: 4–4; Road: 1–5)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
60 March 3 @ Portland W 107–106 Pau Gasol (22) Pau Gasol (9) Kendall Marshall (11) Moda Center
20,013
21–39
61 March 4 New Orleans L 125–132 Pau Gasol (29) Pau Gasol (12) Kendall Marshall (10) Staples Center
18,436
21–40
62 March 6 L.A. Clippers L 94–142 Pau Gasol (21) Pau Gasol (7) Kendall Marshall (7) Staples Center
18,488
21–41
63 March 7 @ Denver L 126–134 Pau Gasol (25) Ryan Kelly (11) Kendall Marshall (14) Pepsi Center
18,248
21–42
64 March 9 Oklahoma City W 114–110 Jodie Meeks (42) Pau Gasol (11) Kendall Marshall (10) Staples Center
18,997
22–42
65 March 13 @ Oklahoma City L 102–131 Jodie Meeks (19) Kent Bazemore (7) Marshall & Kelly (6) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
22–43
66 March 14 @ San Antonio L 85–119 Pau Gasol (18) Pau Gasol (11) Kendall Marshall (9) AT&T Center
18,581
22–44
67 March 19 San Antonio L 109–125 Xavier Henry (24) Robert Sacre (11) Pau Gasol (6) Staples Center
18,997
22–45
68 March 21 Washington L 107–117 Meeks & Young (21) Gasol & Hill (14) Steve Nash (11) Staples Center
18,112
22–46
69 March 23 Orlando W 103–94 Jordan Hill (28) Jordan Hill (13) Kent Bazemore (8) Staples Center
17,803
23–46
70 March 25 New York W 127–96 Xavier Henry (22) Chris Kaman (9) Kendall Marshall (9) Staples Center
18,997
24–46
71 March 27 @ Milwaukee L 105–108 Jordan Hill (28) Jordan Hill (16) Kendall Marshall (7) BMO Harris Bradley Center
15,439
24–47
72 March 28 @ Minnesota L 107–143 Kent Bazemore (21) Hill & Sacre (7) Steve Nash (6) Target Center
16,442
24–48
73 March 30 Phoenix W 115–99 Chris Kaman (28) Chris Kaman (17) Kendall Marshall (11) Staples Center
18,355
25–48
April : 2–7 (Home: 0–5; Road: 2–2)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
74 April 1 Portland L 112–124 Nick Young (40) Ryan Kelly (9) Steve Nash (10) Staples Center
18,110
25–49
75 April 2 @ Sacramento L 102–107 Jodie Meeks (21) Jordan Hill (15) Kendall Marshall (10) Sleep Train Arena
17,317
25–50
76 April 4 Dallas L 95–107 Jodie Meeks (25) Wesley Johnson (11) Kendall Marshall (8) Staples Center
18,997
25–51
77 April 6 @ L.A. Clippers L 97–120 Jordan Hill (22) Robert Sacre (10) Kendall Marshall (11) Staples Center
19,239
25–52
78 April 8 Houston L 130–145 Nick Young (32) Robert Sacre (6) Jordan Farmar (8) Staples Center
18,131
25–53
79 April 11 Golden State L 95–112 Nick Young (25) Jordan Hill (12) Young & Hill (4) Staples Center
18,997
25–54
80 April 13 Memphis L 90–102 Jodie Meeks (20) Wesley Johnson (15) Kendall Marshall (9) Staples Center
18,997
25–55
81 April 14 @ Utah W 119–104 Nick Young (41) Robert Sacre (9) Kendall Marshall (15) EnergySolutions Arena
19,911
26–55
82 April 16 @ San Antonio W 113–100 Jordan Hill (18) Jordan Hill (14) Kendall Marshall (11) AT&T Center
18,581
27–55
2013–14 season schedule

Player statistics[edit]

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game

Regular season[edit]

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
Kent Bazemore 23 15 28.0 .451 .371 .644 3.3 3.1 1.3 .3 13.1
Steve Blake 27 27 33.0 .378 .397 .800 3.8 7.6 1.3 .1 9.5
MarShon Brooks 18 0 12.7 .489 .579 .692 1.7 1.2 .7 .2 6.4
Kobe Bryant 6 6 29.5 .425 .188 .857 4.3 6.3 1.2 .2 13.8
Jordan Farmar 41 5 22.2 .415 .438 .746 2.5 4.9 .9 .2 10.1
Pau Gasol 60 60 31.4 .480 .286 .736 9.7 3.4 .5 1.5 17.4
Elias Harris 2 0 5.5 .000 . . .5 .5 .5 .0 .0
Manny Harris 9 0 20.0 .400 .350 .833 3.8 1.2 .4 .1 8.1
Xavier Henry 43 5 21.1 .417 .346 .655 2.7 1.2 1.0 .2 10.0
Jordan Hill 72 32 20.8 .549 .000 .685 7.4 .8 .4 .9 9.7
Wesley Johnson 79 62 28.4 .425 .369 .792 4.4 1.6 1.1 1.0 9.1
Chris Kaman 39 13 18.9 .509 .000 .765 5.9 1.5 .3 1.0 10.4
Ryan Kelly 59 25 22.2 .423 .338 .815 3.7 1.6 .5 .8 8.0
Kendall Marshall 54 45 29.0 .406 .399 .528 2.9 8.8 .9 .1 8.0
Jodie Meeks 77 70 33.2 .463 .401 .857 2.5 1.8 1.4 .1 15.7
Steve Nash 15 10 20.9 .383 .333 .917 1.9 5.7 .5 .1 6.8
Robert Sacre 65 13 16.8 .477 . .681 3.9 .8 .4 .7 5.4
Shawne Williams 36 13 20.9 .380 .326 .700 4.6 .8 .5 .8 5.6
Nick Young 64 9 28.3 .435 .386 .825 2.6 1.5 .7 .2 17.9

Awards, records and milestones[edit]

Awards[edit]

Week/Month[edit]

All-Star[edit]

Kobe Bryant (Did not participate due to injury)

All-NBA[edit]

Records[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Transactions[edit]

Players added

Via draft

Via free agency

Via trade

Players lost

Via free agency

Waived

Via trade

Additions[edit]

Additions
Player Date acquired Reason acquired Former team
Robert Sacre July 10 Re-signed Los Angeles Lakers
Nick Young July 11 Free agency Philadelphia 76ers
Chris Kaman July 12 Free agency Dallas Mavericks
Wesley Johnson July 15 Free agency Phoenix Suns
Jordan Farmar July 17 Contract buyout Anadolu Efes
Kendall Marshall December 20 Free Agency Phoenix Suns

Subtractions[edit]

Subtractions
Player Reason left Date left New team
Chris Duhon Waived June 29 Free Agent
Metta World Peace Waived July 11 New York Knicks
Earl Clark Free agency July 12 Cleveland Cavaliers
Dwight Howard Free agency July 13 Houston Rockets
Steve Blake Traded February 19 Golden State Warriors

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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