Lakers Lose Third Game In A Row
Posted by Luis Cuevas on Mar 26, 2013 - 8:47:57 PM
LOS ANGELES—On Monday, March 25, the Los Angeles Lakers lost their third game in a row after losing to the Golden State Warriors. The game got so bad, team member Kobe Bryant stormed off the court with a second left for halftime.
The Lakers lost 109-103. Three warrior players Lee, Thompson and Curry scored 20 points or more. The bench also contributed big for the Warriors as Jarrett Jack scored 19 points to contribute to the victory.
Kobe Bryant scored a game high 36 points, shot 11-for-27 from the field, but only went 2-for-10 from the three-point line. Steve Nash almost had a triple double for the Los Angeles Lakers with 21 points; nine rebounds and seven assists.
Dwight Howard also had 15 rebounds for the Lakers. The Lakers bench struggled going 7-for-26 from the field. Howard picked up a technical foul after a incident with David Lee of the Warriors.
The Los Angeles Lakers continue to hold on to the eighth and last spot in the playoff standings for the Western Conference, but
Utah is only one game behind them in the standings. The Los Angeles Lakers continue their four game road trip playing in
Milwaukee on Wednesday and Thursday and ending the trip in
Sacramento on Saturday.
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