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The Los Angeles Lakers have a long history of being champions. Before moving to LA in 1960, they originally played out of Minneapolis, and they dominated the NBA throughout the '40s and '50s. Led by George Mikan, they won their first NBA Championship in 1951, and became the first dynasty by winning four championships in the first five years of the NBA. All together, they have won a total of fifteen championships, with three of them coming in consecutive seasons from 1999-2002.
LA Lakers tickets are available now. For years to come, this team gives you lots of reasons to continue coming back. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol will have a lot less weight on their shoulders as the team adds Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to their roster. Get your tickets now to reserve your chance to see one of LA's most anticipated season. Head Coach Mike Brown will have his work cut out for him as he draws up new plays for this newly built team. He still has some big shoes to fill after Phil Jackson retired last season as one of the league’s most respected and revered coaches. With two NBA Championships as a player and nine NBA Championships as a coach, it will be a long time before a coach like that emerges.
Watch as Kobe, Howard, Nash, and Gasol start the action. Bryant has been his normal dazzling stuff, lighting up opposing defenses with his seemingly unstoppable repertoire of offensive moves. He’s developed into one of the NBA’s premier jumpshooters and is deadly from anywhere inside of halfcourt. But once he hits a couple of jumpers and forces defenders to come out on him, Bryant simply takes a couple of tricky dribbles and prepares for lift off from one of his signature dunks. While Kobe may be the biggest reason that this team is the hottest team in the NBA, it’s his improved supporting cast that has transformed them into NBA Championship contenders. The addition of Pau Gasol, Steve Nash, and Dwight Howard have brought balance to the Lakers’ attack. When teams decide to double-team Kobe; Gasol, Nash, or Howard will make them pay.
If the team is not reason enough for you to go out and see a game, maybe some of the famous Hollywood faces will. Stars frequently show up at the Staples Center to enjoy a game. This state of the art arena has seen its fair share of famous people within its walls. So whether you want to bask in the presence of the Lakers or a famous movie star, using our secondary market site can guarantee you that chance.
NBA basketball fanatics have to be feeling a little nostalgic these days. Not only is this team the toast of LA once again, but their archrivals from the 80s, the Boston Celtics, are also back on top of the Eastern Conference. All the Lakers-Celtics rivalry is lacking is Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. But we haven’t heard too many fans complaining about the entertainment at the Staples Center these days. With Bryant leading the charge, the team’s rise in the Western Conference standings shouldn't be to far behind.
Is a Lakers-Celtics NBA Finals on the horizon? Led by Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry, Boston has surged to the top of the East. It would only seem fitting if the Celtics win the Eastern Conference, making them face off in the NBA Finals. The glory days look like they are coming back the Staples Center, and the demand for Lakers tickets is going through the roof. Reserve your seats today before the game you want to go and see sells out.