The season opener at home against the Lakers is less than three months away, but the first quarter of the Lakers’ season opener is the hottest ticket in town.

It’s a moment that could be your team’s only chance to pull out a win, but it’s a game that will also make for a perfect pregame celebration.

We’re talking about the game itself, which will be played on the same field as the first Lakers game ever played.

It’ll be a special moment for the fans.

It will be a big game, but there are going to be no distractions.

It’s a big moment for both teams, and the fans deserve it.

We all know the Lakers are on a roll right now, so let’s give them the benefit of the doubt.

The first quarter starts at 7:30 p.m.

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It will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and streamed live on the Lakers website.

For more Lakers news and notes, check out The Athletic’s Lakers beat reporter Mike Bresnahan and Lakers beat writer Joe McDonald.

Follow us on Twitter: @LAKings, @LA_KingsNBA,@BresnahNBA,Bryant,jerseys,shelter,game source Fox News title Bryant, Nash, Pauley go to Lakers’ first game of the season article Kobe Bryant scored 23 points, including a 3-pointer to beat the Washington Wizards 106-94.

Pauley Neal added 19 points.

The Los Angeles Lakers have played the first two quarters of their season opener against the Washington Nationals and the fourth quarter of their preseason game against the Chicago Bulls.

They opened the season by winning five straight games, and they’ll be looking to take a big step forward against a Wizards team that has a winning record against them.

Los Angeles is coming off a 93-80 loss to the Chicago Mavericks on Monday.

The Lakers had a season-high three turnovers in the first half.

They were held scoreless in the second half.

Bryants 33 points tied a career high and he is averaging 27.7 points in his past three games.

Neal is averaging 21.8 points in four games.

He finished with 12 points and five rebounds.

Brynant had 21 points and nine rebounds.

Neal had 19 points and six rebounds.