It’s ready, it’s official: the 2019-20 Los Angeles Lakers calendar has finally fallen! So as not to miss anything on the program that awaits fans and players in the NBA this season, here is the full analysis of the games to come.
It is not because we are neighbors that everything must unite us, but in terms of the calendar and specifically the coming fall, the Clippers and Lakers will have a similar path. After giving the mouths of those who still doubted him, LeBron will be able to begin his triumphant march with a serene November. House, calm, small adversaries, we are rolling out. What to put AD in confidence, and not to load Frank Vogel too much in rumors of dismissal. December? Another delirium. How often the Staples Center will be reserved for other events, the opportunity for Rondo and his gang to discover the country. A real beautiful test, which will have to be punctuated with grace this time. Because yes, let’s remember last year, and the ambitions around Christmas. No more cyborg, no more hope. No right to a second error of its kind, the King will be vigilant while stepping on the competition. After a roadtrip to the East in January and some very discreet noises from the corridors, as we can imagine around the trade deadline, the course will be set for March with special attention to the local airports. Indeed, the The Lakers’ roadtrip will be at the end of the season, a big challenge when the race for the Playoffs becomes devilishly intense. If some doubt the ability of the franchise to 16 titles to be part of the Top 8 of its conference, fear not: 6 of the last 8 games of their regular will be played at home. We can then count on a LeBron in Playoffs mode to send it all to us in the first round, before breaking out with the other big competitors in the West. Oh yes, otherwise, to conclude, we all note on his little diary. January 3? Lonzo, Ingram and Hart return to Staples Center, following Luke Walton in December. We can already imagine the atmosphere which will obviously be cordial.
# Plus long road-trip : 6 matchs (mars)
# Longest home session: 5 games (twice)
# Hottest month: December (program loaded)
# Coolest month: November (light posters)
# Matches on national air: 31 throughout the season.
# Nombre de back-to-backs : 12 throughout the season.
# Number of early meetings in France: 10 throughout the season.
# Three posters to remember: Clippers (25/12), Pelicans (03/01) and Rockets (12/03)