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LAst Night's Action: Bobcats Maul Lakers

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Charlotte Bobcats defeat LA Lakers 117-110 (2OT). Coming into the game the Lakers had lost their last two matchups against the Bobcats at the Staples Center. A team that has never won more 33 games in their four seasons of existence has really confounded the Lakers. It was more of the same in this game. Despite being outplayed by the Bobcats from the opening tip off, the Lakers had plenty of chances to win the game. But their shoddy defense of the Bobcats' screens left shooters wide open. Kobe fouled out towards the end of the first overtime, and the Bobcats took advantage. Trevor Ariza left the game in the first half with a concussion. No word yet on how long Ariza will be out. The Lakers now head off on the road.

Anaheim Ducks defeat Phoenix Coyotes 7-3. With high scoring games around the NHL, the Ducks apparently didn't want to feel left out. They handed the Coyotes only their second home loss in their last seven home games. Chris Kunitz and Corey Perry scored two goals each in the game while Bobby Ryan scored a goal giving him a league-leading 10 for January. The four goals the Ducks scored in the second period was the most goals they scored in one period all season. No All Star break hangover for the Ducks.

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