The young Los Angeles Lakers went toe-to-toe with the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, but eventually succumbed in overtime, 127-123. In this installment of Laker Film Room, I take a look at Brandon Ingram’s career high 32-point performance, how the Lakers defended Golden State’s slew of off ball screens, and Lonzo Ball’s increasing confidence as a scorer, despite some lingering hesitation.
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