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Five takeaways from the Lakers' loss to the Washington Wizards
Five takeaways from the Lakers' loss to the Washington Wizards

The Lakers (12-34) dropped their ninth straight game Tuesday night, falling to the Washington Wizards (31-15).  Here are five takeaways from their 98-92 loss at Staples Center. 1. Wayne Ellington and Jordan Clarkson had tremendous nights against the potent backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal -- although the Wizards' pair helped carry their team to the win. Ellington was stuck on 24 for some time, but finally scored late in the game to hit his career high at 28.  His previous best was with the Memphis Grizzlies, scoring 26 on Jan. 7, 2013. Clarkson is in new territory, making just the third start of his rookie career.  He finished with a personal best of 18. ...

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