The Lakers’ biggest rival, the Golden State Warriors, have won the NBA Finals and advanced to the NBA championship game.
It’s an achievement that will likely propel them into the top spot in the NBA’s standings, and even win the coveted Western Conference crown.
The Lakers will be the only team to win at least one of the three championship titles in the history of the NBA.
But, it’s not just the team’s success that will have an impact on how well the Lakers perform in the playoffs.
L.A. has the third-highest percentage of fans who watch every game at home, and this will likely be a crucial factor in the team achieving the best record in the league.
The best-selling jersey for L.O. is the purple and gold No. 21, which is the jersey of a player who played for the Lakers from 1983 to 1991.
Since then, many players, including Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and Dennis Rodman, have worn the jersey.
But the number has remained the same, with the number 19 representing Bryant’s first jersey.
Bryant and Rodman wore the number 17 during the 1995-96 season.
During the 2017-18 season, Bryant wore a number that stood for “19-7-5,” but the jersey number has changed.
Bryant wore the No. 19 jersey during the 2016-17 season.
The number 19 has become the No