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Lakers reach the All-Star break on another low after 120-111 loss to the Cavaliers

Lakers reach the All-Star break on another low after 120-111 loss to the Cavaliers

It's time for the All-Star break. The Lakers obviously need it.

Kobe Bryant's last trip here didn't produce many memories in a 120-111 loss Wednesday to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

It didn't seem like a fair fight with Kyrie Irving scoring 35 points and LeBron James adding 29 for the Cavaliers while Bryant scored 17 on erratic shooting.

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One play crystallized the Lakers' long, painful runway to the All-Star break. James rifled a pass intended for Iman Shumpert but hit D'Angelo Russell in the groin in the third quarter.

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