December 14, 2007

Lakers Kick the Spurs' Butt

Yeah, it feels good to say that the Los Angeles Lakers kicked the San Antonio Spurs' collective asses.

However these days, the only time the Lakers can probably kick some serious butt is when the top two players of a team is out.

Tim Duncan and Tony Parker missed the matchup against their Western Conference rival and the result is a Laker win, 102-97. The Lakers were led by (suprise!) Kobe Bryant with 30 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals. Despite having a double digit scoring fest the last few games, the Lakers' bench had no one scoring in double digits, but had solid contributions from Jordan Farmar and Vladimir Radmanovic.

There was some tension in the third quarter when Lakers center Andrew Bynum got tangled up with the Spurs' Fabricio Oberto and Bynum was ejected with two technicals. Too bad, he already had 6 points and 11 rebounds by that time. Bynum is really showing potential, but he has been demonstrating immaturity as well. Has he been hanging out with Kwame Brown lately?


1 comment:

  1. Great win for you guys, though it is clear that Spurs were depleted



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