Monday, December 8, 2008

Lakers improve to 17-2 with 105-92 win over Bucks

LOS ANGELES (AP)—A stubborn defense by the Los Angeles Lakers compensated for a disjointed offense that committed 25 turnovers. The cold-shooting Milwaukee Bucks weren’t able to capitalize much at the other end, though.

Kobe Bryant had 20 points and a season-high eight assists, Derek Fisher added 19 points, and the Lakers coasted to a 105-92 victory on Sunday that improved their record to 17-2 and equaled the best 19-game start in the franchise’s 61-year history.



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