Lakers Daily News: April 5, 2012

After last night’s win against the Clippers, Los Angeles is buzzing. For now, the Lakers are on top in this L.A. basketball turf war, as both teams battle for playoff position.

The game ended Lakers 113, Clippers 108. Bynum, despite his recent upsetting behavior, scored 36 points while Bryant had 31.

Our main story today was a look back on last night’s victory.

Lakers Win LA Battle in Playoff Atmosphere, Defeat Clippers

Top Lakers Nation Stories:

Kobe Bryant may be overlooked in the MVP race, according to Mike Brown.

Paul Gasol talks Clippers win and Blake Griffin’s dunks.

The Latest on Kobe Bryant’s shin injury.

Chatting with Lakers guard Kobe Bryant after last night’s game.

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Other Lakers News:

The Sessions Effect: How Ramon Sessions has Changed the Lakers [Silver Screen and Roll]

Blake Griffin’s Dunk on Paul Gasol [ESPN Video]

Kobe Talking about Ramon Sessions: “He Can Play” [ESPN Video]

The Lakers Girls Lunch Date in Orange County [OC Register]

Lakers are still the Clipper’s Big Brother [CBS Sports]

Get your Lakers/Rockets tickets for Friday night to make sure you don’t miss any of the action!

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