The Los Angeles Lakers Playing an entertaining basketball game at Toyota Center on Tuesday evening, and Houston Rockets They were there, too. New coming from Their 120-102 win over the Rockets on SundayThe Lakers detonated the rockets again on Tuesday; This time by a margin of 117-100.
Practically everything was going the way of the Lakers on Tuesday night. They fired 50.0% from the field and 43.8% efficiency from behind the 3-point streak. LeBron James and Kentavius Caldwell Pope each made four three-pointers, but it only took five tries for Caldwell Pope to get there, unlike James 10. James shouldn’t feel bad about it, because he’s still able to get the most of the night’s pointers. Do not forget.
In the second quarter of the match, James freed himself in the corner to get a good look from behind the bow and when the ball left his hands, he made the best impression to Steve Carey and turned around to look at the bench. True, it was his own seat, but it was pretty cool.
The game was full of fun. As the third quarter drew to a close, Rockets’ keeper Sterling Brown attempted to dive off the free throw line on Anthony Davis, not surprisingly, that he shot it so far.
Even Davis couldn’t believe he had tried it.
Davis finished the match with five blocks. The Lakers had three players from at least two blocks. They completely dominated both ends of the earth.
Is the Lakers getting better? Sure, but the Rockets are also the NBA’s most dangerous basketball team, led by the league’s most dangerous superstar. Because of this, I want them to play the Lakers at least five more times this season. Each game was very fun.
The Lakers will continue their road trip tomorrow against Oklahoma City Thunder, Who haven’t played yet this season. The Thunder started their season with a 1-4 record, but have since turned it over and won four of their last five matches. It must be fun. Even if it’s not as fun as that.
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