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Last Night in Sports in LA - Lakers Win, Ducks Lose in OT

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- Lakers beat Raptors, Kobe scores 31 and grabs 11 boards, becomes the youngest player to 7,000 points, Bynum only starter w/o double digits

- Ducks lost to the Blackhawks 4-3 in a shootout, Niedermayer had three assists, after having the best start in NHL history the ducks have lost three of their last four games

Clippers, Kings had the night off

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- Clippers are currently in first place in the Pacific a few percentage points above the Lakers

- Kings are trying to sink to dead last, over the last ten games they're 3-5-2

AP Photo by Jeff Lewis