Did you know that in the last 10 games, the Lakers had the sixth worst attack in the NBA and hit only 33.8 percent three-point balls?
It seems that someone told that to the players who, against Kings, ended the night with 51.5 percent success, guaranteeing the team’s victory by 115-94.
The achievement marked the second best performance of the team in a three-point ball of the season, and the third best game of converted balls from there.
Who led the team was Kyle Kuzma. The boy killed balls from every corner of the court. Kuzma ended the night with 30 points.
And let’s be fair, KCP also deserves our attention. The guard was very well in the transition and acting on both sides of the court. The player ended the night with 13 points, killing four of his seven attempts out of three.
With this victory, the Lakers reaches the campaign of 31-18 in the season, still in the fourth place in the Western Conference.
With the hand calibrated or not, it is true that this team is struggling hard to stay in the top five of the Western Conference. It has been a great test for a group without its leaders, and the team deserves that recognition.
The team has the Saturday of rest and plays this Sunday against the Clippers in a Staples Center without championship banners on the rafters, as it is the game command of our neighbor.
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