Lakers Finally Find a Way to Win

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Lakers coach Mike Brown is not caving under the pressure that has put him on the hot seat in early November. Not even after the Lakers lost their first three games.

It was a woeful beginning not seen since 1978, but if you're thinking Brown is going to ditch the Princeton offense, that's just wishful thinking.

The Lakers finally found a reprieve from their losing ways as they crushed a young Pistons team 108-79 Sunday at Staples Center.

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