It was nice to see an actual real game of professional basketball from LA for a change. There were still more than a few 'wtf are you kidding me, not this [Swearing is not permitted at Clublakers. You must edit this post prior to submitting.] again!" moments but they didn't last and every time things start to slide, the Lakers picked it back up again. Some of it was good three point shooting, but most of it was just good communication, good ball movement, they stayed on their toes all around.
Still don't think it means much going forward, much like most of the team's Losses this season, they've dug themselves into too deep of a hole, but if the games can at least become entertaining again and not completely pitiful displays of amateur caliber play, that'd be great.