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Lakers wrap up worst season in franchise history with loss to Kings

Lakers wrap up worst season in franchise history with loss to Kings

With only eight available players, the Lakers limped to the 2014-15 season's finish line with a 122-99 loss to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night at Staples Center. With the loss, the Lakers finish the season at 21-61, 14th place in the Western Conference. Their .256 winning percentage is the worst in franchise history. Previously, the 1957-58 Minneaspolis Lakers had the worst at .264 (19-53).  The Kings end at 29-53, one position ahead of the Lakers in the West. Jordan Clarkson (ankle) sat out, as did Kobe Bryant, Julius Randle, Jeremy Lin, Wayne Ellington, Nick Young, Ronnie Price and Wesley Johnson. Instead, the Lakers relied on two players who spent most of the...

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