Will The Lakers Win More Or Less Than 45 Games Next Season?

There is some uncertainty heading into this upcoming season for the Los Angeles Lakers. With so many questions about health, age, and chemistry, it is difficult to try and envision the type of season the Lakers will have, and what overall record they will end up with.

Last year the Lakers ended with a 45-37 record and were able to capture the seventh spot in the Western Conference. Last year the Lakers were battling injuries all season, but managed to get hot at the end of the season.

So we asked Lakers Nation, Will the Lakers win more or less than 45 games next season:

The votes are in, and 88 percent of Lakers Nation believes the Lakers will win more than 45 games.

This year’s upcoming schedule will have some brutal stretches for the Lakers, but this Lakers roster is quite different from last year’s squad, and Mitch Kupchak did a great job in bringing in some younger legs that will give the Lakers some youth and depth.

Their best player, Kobe Bryant, is coming off an Achilles injury and there is not set date for his return, and that will definitely affect the Laker’s overall record.

Lakers Nation is definitely optimistic about this upcoming season, and winning more than 45 games is going to be a challenge, but only time will tell.

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