The Lakers ended a difficult 2013-14 regular season with an easy win over the
The Spurs sat
Eight Lakers scored in double figures led by
The Lakers shot 49.5% from the field and 40.7% from three-point range (11-27).
San Antonio was led by
The Spurs finish at 62-20, after shooting 41.4% from the field and 33.3% from behind the arc (10-30).
The Lakers survived 319 missed player games due to injury to finish with the sixth worst record in the league.
The Lakers took advantage, out-scoring the Spurs by 11 in the third quarter.
Corey Joseph started the second half for Parker, scoring just two points.
The Lakers didn't have a turnover in either the first or third periods, but have seven for the game after a clumsy second period.
The Lakers gave up their double-digit lead in the second quarter, getting out-scored 28-18.
The Lakers opened up an early lead over the Spurs, led by
San Antonio playing without
The Lakers (26-55) finish the 2013-14 regular season on Wednesday with a visit to the 62-19 San Antonio Spurs.
The Lakers will play without
The Spurs have been known to sit starters near the end of the regular season.
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