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Wizards vs. Lakers: Washington rallies to stun Lakers, 103-100

The Wizards were down by double digits at halftime, but rallied to stun the Los Angeles Lakers, 103-100, in one of their best wins of the season.

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Wizards stun L.A., 103-100

A huge performance by Trevor Ariza carries Washington to first win over Lakers in L.A. since 2006.


Your Lakers-Wizards game thread

Discuss the game here.


Beal doubtful, Okafor questionable, Price out

Bradley Beal's fall in Phoenix will likely cost him at least one game. The Wizards have announced that he's doubtful to play against the Lakers after he reinjured his tender left ankle against the Suns.

Here's the full update.

Okafor missed Wednesday's game with the flu.


Kobe, Pau likely to start for Lakers

We know by now that Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol will both be in the lineup when the Wizards take on the Lakers on Friday night. It now appears that both players will start as well.

Bryant has barely played since turning his ankle against the Hawks nine days ago. Gasol will be playing in his first game since suffering a foot injury on February 6.


Your Wizards-Lakers preview

The Washington Wizards travel to Los Angeles to take on Dwight, Kobe and Nash tonight. Here's everything you need to know before the game.


Jamison reflects on final days in D.C.

Back in 2010, Antawn Jamison reportedly wanted nothing more than to escape the tumultuous Washington Wizards and go to a contender. The Wizards granted his wish and sent him to the Cleveland Cavaliers, which did not work out as anticipated.

Now, three years later, Jamison is preparing to do battle with the Wizards as a member of the Lakers, and he's in a reflective mood about his time in D.C. In an interview with Michael Lee of the Washington Post, Jamison admitted that he should have stuck it out with the Wizards instead of asking for a trade. He also implied that the organization should have been more patient in responding to all the turmoil in 2010.

"If one or two incidents would not have happened, that organization would be totally different. Which two incidents, I couldn't tell you," said Jamison, who has been reunited with Jordan, a Lakers assistant. "Our problem was outside distractions dictated the future of that organization. If we would've kept the reins a little tighter, if we would've done things the way it was supposed to be done, that organization would be one of the top organizations of having that consistency, eight or nine years still making the playoffs and contending. I truly believe that. One or two incidents started everything over."

I would think that the two incidents were the Gilbert Arenas gun saga and the firing of Eddie Jordan, but it's also possible Jamison is speaking about things that never got reported.


Kobe, Pau likely to play vs. Wizards Friday

We shouldn't look too far ahead, but it appears the Wizards will be getting a fully-healthy Lakers squad when the two teams square off on Friday.

Kobe Bryant has barely played since turning his ankle in a controversial play against the Hawks a week ago. Pau Gasol, meanwhile, has not suited up since suffering a foot injury on February 6 against the Nets.

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