By G Moniy
HHV Sports Staff Writer
Since 2011, Los Angeles’ sports scene has been weird. It looked like business as usual, when the Lakers traded for Chris Paul. That was, until the NBA blocked the vote, and Chris Paul went to the Clippers, shifting the balance of power.
By 2012, the Clippers were the better of the two teams, and going further in the playoffs. Granted, it was only the second round, if that, but the Lakers couldn’t even win 30 games, most seasons. In fact, last year was their first season over 30 wins since 2013, their last playoff year.
LeBron James signing with the Lakers has guaranteed them 50 wins, and a playoff spot, out West. Not only that, but Lakers will be having much media attention, as Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball were already rising stars. Now, the Lakers have half of the NBA’s ten most-expensive games for fans to purchase tickets for.
See a list of those games below:
Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Los Angeles Lakers
Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers (Kobe Bryant retirement ceremony)
Detroit Pistons @ Los Angeles Lakers
Philadelphia 76ers @ Los Angeles Lakers
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