Los Angeles Lakers Lose To Undermanned Milwaukee Bucks: A Preview for Christmas

December 22nd, 2010 by Daniel Yi Leave a reply »
Want a good fantasy tip? Pick up free agents who will be playing a game against the Los Angeles Lakers. They’re more than likely to set a career high record. At the very least, a season high.

For reasons beyond all comprehensibility in the most basic of foundational truths, the Lakers could not focus against a Milwaukee Bucks team whose roster was devoid of Carlos Delfino, Corey Maggette, and Brandon Jennings. Earl Boykins, the backup point guard, set a season high with 22 points, draining 4-of-5 three-pointers that ultimately put the game on lockdown. He’s listed at 5’5″. So much for the length of the Lakers.

Prior to the game, Kobe Bryant remarked to his teammates, “Don’t spoil Christmas by losing to the Bucks.”

And so they responded by neatly packaging black charcoals in gold-and-purple wrapping paper for every turnover that converted to an extra two points away from taking what should have been an easy victory at home. Matt Barnes failed to bank on a transition play, Lamar Odom carried the ball, Ron Artest missed both free throws, and the list continues.

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