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NBA Matchup - LA Lakers at Boston

Los Angeles Lakers (23-26) at Boston Celtics (25-23), 8 p.m.
2012-13 Head-to-head record First meeting
2011-12 Head-to-head record Los Angeles 2-0
2010-11 Head-to-head record Tied 1-1
2009-10 Head-to-head record Tied 1-1
Overall Head-to-head record Boston 99-86 (LA Era)
Home Record: Los Angeles 15-10; Boston 17-9
Away Record: Los Angeles 8-16; Boston 8-14
Current Streak: Los Angeles (W3); Boston (W5)
Record vs. Atlantic Division: Los Angeles 4-3
Record vs. Pacific Division: Boston 3-3
Record vs. Eastern Conference: Los Angeles 10-8
Record vs. Western Conference: Boston 9-8
2011-2012 Meetings
02/09 - Los Angeles, 88-87 ot (at Bos)
03/11 - Los Angeles, 97-94 (at LA)
2010-2011 Meetings
01/30 - Boston, 109-96 (at Ls this contest with an overall
mark of 13-10, including a solid 7-3 mark against league foes. The Tigers are
tied for third with Eastern Kentucky in the conference standings but will need
to improve on their 3-hough Tennessee State
has won three of the last five matchups.
double figures in six of the last se ven games and has posted seven double-
extremely versatile out of the backcourt with his ability to contribute not
only with his scoring but also by reboun ding and passing. Jordan Cyphers (11.8
ppg) is the third double-digit scorer.
the 12th time in the last 13 games. Obviously defense has been a struggle for
their opponents. On offense the Governor s have held their own by scoring 70.4
points per game on 45.5 percent shooting but without much pressure on the
defensive end that hasn't mattered. Lead ing the charge for Austin Peay is
Travis Betran (17.3 ppg, 3.0 apg) who to ps the team in points and assists.
Anthony Campbell (14.3 ppg, 4.9 rpg) can play both in the front and backcourt
with his size (6-foot-7), while Will Tri ggs (12.1 ppg, 5.0 rpg) and Chris
Horton (7.8 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 3.1 bpg) ancho r the team in the paint.

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