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In a second to second match-up against the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers were handed their fourth loss in a row. The lead was exchanged many times throughout the game, with each team never leading by more than 8 points by the end of a quarter. Even though players on each side were riddled with injuries, both teams displayed a great amount of ferocity and determination. However, Houston’s momentum pulled them through in the end to win with a final score of 109-99 after regulation time.

This was certainly a surprising win for the Rockets. No one expected the worst team in the Southwest Division to beat the defending Championship team. Nevertheless, Houston pushed hard in many areas to take this game. Sports scores. As coach Rick Adelman said, “we did all of the things we’ve struggled with all year.” Kevin Martin came through with 22 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists, while Shane Battier had 17 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists. Luis Scola also had 14 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists for the Rockets. All in all this team came through with what was definitely their best win of the year. Even without Ming and Brooks, they managed to win this close high-energy game to improve their record to 6-12.

While the Lakers have lost four games in a row now, their chances for the playoffs are still quite high. Betting lines. Despite their recent rut, the team remains atop the Pacific Division with a strong 13-6 record. Many people are making a big deal about L.A.’s recent luck, but the truth is that every team in the NBA goes through this at least once in the season. It probably won’t be long before we see this team making a Laker worthy comeback. Basketball spreads. They still gave a good game on Wednesday, with Lamar Odum scoring a season-high 25 points. If they focus more on the defense, L.A. will definitely have a better shot at winning. Be sure and keep up to date on all things sports at, home of the best online betting information around.9

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