What Ramon Sessions Has Brought to the Los Angeles Lakers

March 20th, 2012 by Jason Fraychineaud Leave a reply »
He's only played two games for the Los Angeles Lakers, but it's quite apparent that Ramon Sessions will have a huge impact on the team's playoff hopes.

As the Lakers shockingly bid adieu to longtime staple Derek Fisher, the 25-year-old point guard from the University of Nevada enters Los Angeles with a massive amount of hype.

Did Lakers fans truly believe going into this season that the team's playoff and possible finals hopes were resting on Ramon Sessions' shoulders?

Well, that's certainly the case right now. 

With the Lakers, Sessions is averaging 8.5 points and 5.5 assists in only 21 minutes on the floor. Those are undoubtedly modest numbers, but his impact on the floor far surpasses his statistical output.

Coach Mike Brown adamantly claims that Steve Blake will assume the starting role, with Sessions coming off of the bench. 

Truthfully, I don't know how much longer that premise can continue.

In the two games since Fisher was jettisoned to Houston (and likely Oklahoma City), Blake has only attempted three shots from the field. He's yet to convert, and has looked tentative and almost dis ...

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