Lakers vs. Rockets: Highlights, Top Tweets, Grades and Analysis

March 20th, 2012 by Richard Langford Leave a reply »
The undermanned Houston Rockets (25-22) defended their home court and took down the Lakers (28-18) by a score of 107-104.

The Lakers have struggled on the road all year, but entered this game having won three in a row away from home. This loss was especially troubling given that Houston was playing this game without two of their primary players in SG Kevin Martin and PG Kyle Lowry.

The Rockets had lost two straight and won just three of their last 10 coming into this game. The Lakers had a late lead tonight and let it slip away for the disheartening loss. 


Tweets of the Night

KnicksWithTheKnack is pointing the finger straight at Kobe Bryant for their late collapse.

Lakers Are Just Collapsing & It's All On Kobes Shoulders, No Excuse 4 Shooting Fade Aways While Double Teamed, Your Teamates Were Doing Fine

— KnicksWithTheKnack (@ThaBlogBully) March 21, 2012  

B Smoov noticed something that could easily become a trend and lead to a starting-lineup change.

The Lakers stopped scoring when they took out Sessions and put in Blake. #imjustsayin

&mda ...

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