Sorry, history. Infamy will have to wait for another day.
The Lakers avoided sole possession of the longest losing streak in their 68-year existence, beating the Minnesota Timberwolves, 119-115, to end a 10-game slump.
They were startlingly efficient Tuesday night, led by their least accurate starter this season.
It was throwback night for Kobe Bryant, who flicked away his 34.9% shooting percentage by scoring 38 points and making seven of 11 three-point attempts.
It was bad enough that it got this far, the...