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Tania Ganguli

Tania Ganguli covers the Lakers for the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she spent six years covering J.J. Watt’s avocado consumption and other NFL subjects for the Florida Times-Union, Houston Chronicle and ESPN. An Arcadia High School and Northwestern University graduate, she has also covered high school sports, NASCAR, the Orlando Magic and one boat race for the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Orlando Sentinel.
Moe Wagner gives shorthanded Lakers a lift with 12 points in 16 1/2 minutes

Moe Wagner played 16 minutes and 35 seconds in the Lakers' 128-110 loss to the Washington Wizards. He made five of seven shots, including two of three three-pointers, to finish with 12 points. Wagner also had three rebounds and one assist.

Michael Beasley's visit to Lakers game a bright spot in a big loss to Wizards

John Wall scored 28 of his 40 points in the first half to lead the Washington Wizards to a 128-110 victory over the visiting Lakers on Sunday, when reserve forward Michael Beasley brought his ailing mother to see the game.

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