What a fun night.
The Los Angeles Lakers snapped their 9-game losing streak on Sunday night against the Atlanta Hawks, and followed that up with a solid win against the Sacramento Kings, but hadn’t gotten a convincing win against a quality opponent since beating the Houston Rockets on Kyle Kuzma’s big night. They got exactly that on Thursday night, knocking off the San Antonio Spurs 93-81 in the final game of a 5-game home stand.
In this installment of Laker Film Room, I take a look Brandon Ingram’s fantastic mix of shot-making and creation both on the ball and off of it, how Lonzo Ball created havoc, and Larry Nance, Jr’s fantastic blend of effort and intelligence.
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