Posted February 11, 2012 on AP on Fox
The Los Angeles Lakers seem to be running out of gas on offense as their longest road trip of the season winds down. They've rarely had trouble piling up points against the Toronto Raptors. The Lakers go for an eighth win in nine tries against the Raptors on Sunday in the final stop of a six-game trip. A night after needing overtime to beat Boston 88-87, Los Angeles (15-12) got off to a listless start against New York on Friday. The Lakers shot 34.2 percent in the first half with Kobe Bryant contributing 10 points on 1-for-6 shooting. Bryant, the league's scoring leader at 29.4 points per game, finished with 34 but was outplayed by Jeremy Lin in a 92-85 loss. Lin's 38 points helped drop Los Angeles to 4-10 on the road. "We didn't have the energy to play well," said Bryant, who was 11 of 29 from the field. "We didn't carry it and we seemed very lethargic." That seemed especially true for Andrew Bynum, who had his worst game of the season offensively with three points on 1-for-8...
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