The Lakers continued through a perplexing season, beating teams such as the New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns but losing to the Minnesota Timberwolves and the last-place Milwaukee Bucks.
Xavier Henry was able to play, despite recently suffering a ruptured wrist ligament that will require surgery.
The Lakers set a franchise record with 51 points in the third quarter, dropping the Knicks, 127-96.
Nash made a surprise appearance on Friday, but the Lakers couldn't stop Minnesota's Kevin Love, falling 143-107.
Gasol missed his fourth straight game on Sunday, still trying to recover from vertigo.
Behind a huge night from Kaman, the Lakers didn't miss Gasol, routing the Suns, 115-99.
Meanwhile, the NCAA tournament continued with top prospects Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid falling out before the Elite Eight. Aaron Gordon (Arizona) and Julius Randle (Kentucky) raised their draft stock, each helping their team advance to the next round -- although only Randle and Kentucky got through to the Final Four.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times