TheLakeShow: Los Angeles Lakers Re-evalution Has To Start Soon

January 3rd, 2010 by John Engel Leave a reply »
Recently I wrote an article completely recapping the NBA match up between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Sacramento Kings (Lakers-Kings: Kobe Bryant Saves Lackluster Los Angeles) and I too was celebrating with the multitude of Lakers fans when Kobe hit the three-pointer to win the game.

If you happened to miss the game, basically, the Lakers (26-6) fell behind the Kings (14-19) early in the game. Sacramento played tight defense, and showed of their young stars in Omri Casspi and Spencer Hawes.

The Kings led the Lakers at half time, 64-49. Once the third quarter began, Kobe put on his cape and rescued the Lakers, finishing with 39 points, after starting 3-11. Then, in the fourth quarter, Kobe won the game with a three pointer as time expired. 

So yes, we were reminded the Kobe Bryant is still one of, if not the, most dominant player in the NBA, but what did we learn about the Lakers?

We learned that the Lakers are more drama filled than a Spielburg flick in Hollywood, and know when to turn it on and put on a show. 

The buzzer beater is easily the most exciting play in basketball, but instead of rejoicing, I often time fin ...

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