The Los Angeles Lakers were one of the NBA’s longest running teams, winning the 1976-77 and 1977-78 titles.

They also won the NBA title in each of their four NBA Finals appearances.

The Lakers also won four NBA championships during the 1976 and 1977 seasons, but they didn’t win a title until the team was sold in 1988.

But the team has not won a title since then.

Here are five things we learned about the Los Angeles Kings from the franchise’s NBA history.

The most successful team in NBA History When the Los Angeles Lakers were sold in 1992, the franchise was the most successful in the league.

In a league with so many franchises, it is unlikely that any team would have won a championship while they were in Los Angeles.

The team’s first title was the 1979-80 Los Angeles Clippers, but the team had only been in Los Angels for just two seasons.

It was not until the 1993-94 season that the Lakers made their first trip to the Finals, beating the Brooklyn Nets in six games.

The franchise went on to win the NBA Finals in four consecutive seasons from 1995-99.

However, the team did not win a championship until the franchise were sold for $2.5 billion in 2002.

The LA Kings have been on the losing end of two of the five best NBA Finals runs, losing three of the four championships they have won.

The teams only championship came in 2000, when they defeated the San Antonio Spurs in five games to win their only NBA title.

The second time the Lakers were in the Finals was in 2004, when the team took down the Miami Heat in six to win its only NBA championship.

The Kings have also lost in the NBA finals to the Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks, Boston Celtics and Charlotte Hornets.

The NBA’s Most Memorable Player?

When it comes to winning championships, the Los Angels Lakers’ All-Star point guard, Larry Bird, is considered the most memorable player in the history of the league by many.

Bird was a three-time MVP, an NBA Finals MVP, two-time All-NBA First Team, a two-Time All-Defensive Team selection, a member of the All-Time 100 Greatest Players list and the league’s most decorated player.

Bird is the only player in NBA team history to record 5,000 points and 1,000 rebounds, but he is not only the team’s MVP but the most decorated.

Bird ranks as one of only eight players to win both MVP and All-Defense awards in the same season.

Bird won both awards in 1982-83, when he led the league in scoring with 28.9 points per game and in rebounding with 8.6 per game.

Bird also set a league record with 1,097 assists, which is more than any player has ever recorded.

Bird has also been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Here’s a look at the 10 greatest players in the Los Angles Lakers history.


Larry Bird (1982-83) Bird was one of three players in NBA franchise history to have 5,100 points, 1,200 rebounds and 1.5 million assists.

He also led the NBA in scoring, assists and steals and was voted to the All Hall of Famer’s Club and All Pro’s Club.

Bird’s greatest achievement as a player was scoring 2,000 career points, becoming the NBA record holder with his 6,000th point in his final game on Jan. 10, 1993, against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Bird led the Lakers to the 1992 NBA Finals, where they lost in five straight games to the Houston Rockets.

Bird played in his 11th NBA Finals with the Lakers, and he played in all six NBA Finals.

Bird averaged 24.3 points, 5.7 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game in the postseason, helping the Lakers win three titles.

The Los Anges Lakers won two titles in their first two seasons, and Bird’s success continued in the 1980s.

His first title came in 1980, when Bird led his team to a Game 7 victory over the Dallas Mavericks.

Bird then led the team to its first championship in 1980-81, when it beat the Philadelphia Warriors in six.

Bird and the Lakers also took home a third title in the 1986-87 season, when a three game sweep of the New York Yankees ended in a Game 6 in New York.

Bird finished his career with 7,721 points, 7,566 rebounds and 3,056 assists in 682 games, including 1,746 assists and 1 (out of 1,300) points per contest.

Bird retired from the NBA after the 1992-93 season and he passed away on Jan 19, 2017.


Kobe Bryant (1997-98) Kobe Bryant was a four-time NBA MVP, a three time All-Rookie First Team selection and a two time All Star selection.

Bryant was an All-American at