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Up next for the Lakers: Sunday vs. Sacramento

The Kings enjoyed a lopsided victory against Chicago on Friday, winning 121-79, but otherwise have had an unremarkable season. The Lakers lost to Sacramento in November,113-97.

March 16, 2013|By Mike Bresnahan
  • Kings guard Tyreke Evans, right, guards Kobe Bryant earlier this season. Bryant is doubtful for the game Sunday.
Kings guard Tyreke Evans, right, guards Kobe Bryant earlier this season.… (Ezra Shaw / Getty Images )

When: 6:30.

Where: Staples Center.

On the air: TV: Time Warner Cable SportsNet, Time Warner Cable Deportes; Radio: 710, 1330.

Records: Lakers 35-32; Kings 23-43.

Record vs. Kings: 1-1.

Update: The Kings enjoyed their most lopsided victory since 1993 on Friday, hammering Chicago, 121-79, as Tyreke Evans had 27 points and the Bulls made two of 21 three-point attempts. Other than that, Sacramento has had an unremarkable season, going 9-28 in the Western Conference and facing the strong possibility of moving to Seattle. The Lakers lost to Sacramento in November, 113-97, with Dwight Howard taking only four shots and the Kings dominating in the paint, 50-22.

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