LA Lakers target their fifth straight win when they meet the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday (Tuesday AEDT) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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LA Lakers vs Oklahoma City Thunder Match Details
🏀 Competition: NBA
🗓 Date: Monday February 8 (Tuesday February 9 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 2.00pm AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Staples Centre
Head to Head
- 14/1/21: Thunder 99-128 Lakers
- 6/8/20: Lakers 86-105 Thunder
- 12/1/20: Thunder 110-125 Lakers
- 23/11/19: Thunder 127-130 Lakers
- 20/11/19: Lakers 112-107 Thunder
LA Lakers vs Oklahoma City Thunder Tips & Predictions
Aiming to reclaim top spot in the Western Conference, reigning NBA champions the LA Lakers take on the struggling Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night.
The Lakers have got back to winning ways following a recent mini-slump, carving out four consecutive victories against the Celtics, Hawks, Nuggets and Pistons.
However, the Jazz have leapfrogged them into first after they lost back-to-back games to the 76ers and Pistons in late January.
The Lakers got their revenge over the Pistons in their last outing, albeit in overtime, with Lebron James and Anthony Davis combining for 63 of their 135 points.
Meanwhile, the Thunder have lost three of their last five matches and are languishing in 13th position in the Western Conference.
The Lakers aren’t operating at the peak of their powers right now, but they should still be able to get the job done here.