Lakers Look to Make More History

Steve Nash will miss at least three more games after already sitting out the Lakers' 105-95 loss to the Clippers on Friday that dropped the Lakers to 0-3 for the first time in 34 years. The Lakers have not gone 0-4 to start a season since 1957, when they were still playing in Minneapolis and opened with seven consecutive losses. They have not lost their first three home games in a season since 1959 and hope to keep it that way with a victory over the winless Detroit Pistons on Sunday at Staples Center.
Nothing has gone as planned for the Lakers in the season's early going.They were supposed to become an instant juggernaut after adding Nash and center Dwight Howard over the summer but instead went into immediate free fall.Their new Princeton offense was flat in an opening loss to Dallas, their defense failed them against Portland and they were less than successful on both sides of the ball against the Clippers. All told, the Lakers have lost their last 13 games including the preseason and the final two games of their Western Conference semifinal series against Oklahoma City

All I gotta say is Go Pistons!

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