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Wizards Just What Lakers Needed

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WASHINGTON — Kobe Bryant recently said he wanted to play against the Washington Generals, desperate for a victory as the Lakers' losses kept piling up.

He got the next best thing Friday.

The Lakers beat the Washington Wizards, a carnival of a team and surely the NBA's worst, 102-96, at Verizon Center.


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