The Lakers ended in second miserable records. The last time they won the Trail Blazers for 4 years and 8 months.

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 The Lakers ended in second miserable records. The last time they won the Trail Blazers for 4 years and 8 months.


Before the game, the Lakers had lost 16 consecutive times to the Blazers, and the last time they won was March 3, 2014, when they won 107-106, defeating the Blazers with Wesley Johnsons last seven-second dunk. Four years and eight months later, all the players who won were no longer on the team: Gasol, Wesley Johnson, Bazmore, Mix, Marshall, Farmar, Thackeray, Kelly, Henry, Brooks and so on. Now the Lakers are a very different team.

The only pioneers at that time were Lillard, CJ McCollem, who was still on the bench, and Meyers Leonard, who is now on the bench. They also experienced a huge disintegration and turnover that summer. During these four years and eight months, the Lakers have been playing badly for a long time, while the Blazers have gone through a major change of blood and stayed in the playoffs. The two teams have gone through a completely different process. Todays Lakers obviously want to end the record. If they lose two more games, they will have to catch up with the longest record in their history of losing to the same team. It was in 1957-59 that the Lakers lost 18 consecutive games to the Celtics, 60 years after that. The Lakers took a lead of 20 points, but was only caught 2 points at the last minute. Luckily, the new Lakers stopped this embarrassing record, and also wished to take away the victory. Source: NetEase sports writer: Li multi responsibility editor: Yang Jiankun _NS4215

The only pioneers at that time were Lillard, CJ McCollem, who was still on the bench, and Meyers Leonard, who is now on the bench. They also experienced a huge disintegration and turnover that summer. During these four years and eight months, the Lakers have been playing badly for a long time, while the Blazers have gone through a major change of blood and stayed in the playoffs. The two teams have gone through a completely different process.

Todays Lakers obviously want to end the record. If they lose two more games, they will have to catch up with the longest record in their history of losing to the same team. It was in 1957-59 that the Lakers lost 18 consecutive games to the Celtics, 60 years after that. The Lakers took a lead of 20 points, but was only caught 2 points at the last minute. Luckily, the new Lakers stopped this embarrassing record, and also wished to take away the victory.