By: Scott Malewig
The Los Angeles Lakers headed into the the All-Star Break this year at 38-19. Not quite the record they were hoping for.
This was supposed to be the powerhouse that was looking for its third straight championship. As they were last year, the Lakers were expected to cruise through the Western Conference and be one of the favorites to win the title again this summer.
This year has not gone how any of the Lakers expected though. Kobe has struggled with his shot, Pau has seemed to be tired all season and Andrew Bynum missed much of the first half while recovering from knee surgery in the off-season.
Now everything has changed(Continue…)