On a festive Tuesday night at STAPLES Center, the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Denver Nuggets. 112-103, behind an impressive second half from rookie Kyle Kuzma and a vintage fourth quarter from Isaiah Thomas. ""It was a tough, physical game, and we were the tougher team, so we definitely took that from them," Thomas said after the game, though he laughed off the suggestion of the Nuggets and Lakers being a rivalry game.
For the first time in over 20 years, the Golden State Warriors swept the Los Angeles Lakers when the purple and gold fell, 117-106, at ORACLE Arena in Oakland on Wednesday night. Both teams came into the night severely hobbled and trying out unfamiliar lineups. The Lakers were without the services of Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, Kyle Kuzma and Channing Frye. Meanwhile, the Warriors did not have Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson or David West available.
Isaiah Thomas had the ball in his hands, drove left and got a look at the basket but came up just short moment before the final buzzer sounded, as the Los Angeles Lakers lost 92-91 in a back-and-forth contest against the Miami Heat on Friday night at STAPLES Center. "Isaiah got a clean look though," Lakers coach Luke Walton said after the game. "We can't complain about that. I think he was probably a little cold. He had been on the bench for a while, but if you get an open look for someone like I.T.
Ok...so, Kyle Kuzma actually got the Lakes' franchise rookie record for 3s last game. He was at 131 going into tonight, which was 1 better than D'Angleo Russell's rookie season. Tonight, he got to 132...apparently, no one noticed last game.
Luke Walton says that the idea was to get the ball in to Julius. Luke says IT got a clean look but admitted that he was probably a bit cold off the bench.
Luke Walton: “They were tougher than us tonight, which is really frustrating”
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