Lakers are trying to bounce back at Sacramento Kings after a humiliating loss in wild overtime in LA

NBA – The Los Angeles Lakers are visiting the Sacramento Kings for their second meeting of the 2021–2022 NBA Regular Season at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

The Lakers loss a wild triple overtime at home in their first meeting against the Kings at Staple Center, stunning the LA crowd in what could have been an easy win for the Lakers after a having a much better line up with their “Big 3” LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook.

The Lakers have a disappointing season so far losing games against lottery teams like the Oklahoma City Thunder where they loss twice blowing double digit leads in both games and the latest to Sacramento Kings.

Though the Lakers has not been healthy at the start of the season, missing several key players and missing LeBron James half of the Lakers games this season where it could be a turnaround if they were all available?

Prior to their next meeting the Lakers won their last assignment against the Detroit Piston at home and gets back in the winning column with 11 wins and 11 loses and currently sitting 7th place in the West Standings.

While the Sacramento Kings just lost to the Memphis Grizzlies in their last assignment and drops to 8 wins and 13 loses and currently sitting in 11th place in the West Standings not far away from the LA Lakers.

The Lakers will rely again with their greatest player LeBron James, who is having a great game in their last 3 games respectively.

James had 39 points against the Indiana Pacers, which came up with a win, 30 points against the Sacramento kings, which came up with a loss and 33 points against Detroit Piston in a win.

Will LeBron and the Lakers come up with a win against Sacramento Kings and bounce back from a humiliating loss from their last meeting? Or will the Kings lead by De'Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield stun the Lakers once again?