Top 10 Things Lakers Fans Are Thankful For: 2012 Edition

There are many things that we are thankful for and today is the day to look back and appreciate the little things in life. Thanksgiving is a great day to gather around friends and family and spend quality time together.

The Los Angeles Lakers have fans across the nation and this day gives them an opportunity to reflect on how fortunate they have been with their sports team. The Lakers have been very dominant since the turn of the century and fans may not realize just how lucky they are.

In the spirit of Halloween, we put together the Top 10 things Lakers fans are thankful for.

10. Lakers Nation

We here at Lakers Nation aim to provide fans with up-to-date news, game reports and rumors on the Los Angeles Lakers. If there is something going on in Laker Land, our motivated staff aims to give you that information as quickly as possible.

After a busy summer covering the additions of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash, Lakers Nation prepared itself for a hectic opening to the 2012-13 season. Just weeks into the season, coach Mike Brown got fired and after much speculation that the Lakers would hire Phil Jackson, former Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni got the final call.

The Lakers are poised to make a deep playoff run and Lakers Nation is here to cover ever step of the way.

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