Los Angeles Lakers Houston Tickets
This grand Texan city’s citizens are waiting, fingers crossed, for the Los Angeles Lakers Houston game, featuring one of the most marvelous franchises in the NBA. The Los Angeles Lakers, members of the Pacific Division within the Western Conference, have been playing pro basketball since 1947.They have today, to their name, a record sixteen NBA Championships, making them one of the greatest teams the NBA has ever seen, if not the greatest. They have also won thirty one amazing Conference titles and twenty three Division titles together making them a NBA titan.
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This is a game that stars the second Most Valuable Franchise in the NBA, according to Forbes. The Los Angeles Lakers Houston game features a team that plays its games in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, a franchise owned by the Jerry Buss Family Trust. Mike Kupchak is its general manager with Mike D’Antoni as the head coach. They have won the NBA Championship a record sixteen time, the last five times being consecutively from 2000 to 2002, and then in 2009 and 2010.
They have also emerged as Conference champions thirty one times, the last three in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Lakers have won the Division title twenty three times, consecutively from 2008 to 2012. They have the Longest Winning Streak in the NBA, at thirty three consecutive games, with sixteen of their players inducted into the Hall of Fame and the likes of Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Kobe Bryant playing for them. In short, a team to see live with Los Angeles Lakers Houston tickets in hand.
The Lakers are scheduled to play at Houston, an exciting city, located in the heart of Texas, famous as the home of the greatest concentration of research institutions and healthcare facilities, such as the Texas Medical Center. It is home to the NASA Johnson Space Center and the Mission Control Center, as well as the city with the second largest number of Fortune 500 companies after New York City.