odom1year wrote:MDA benched D12 the entire 4th quarter !?
King of Clutch wrote:odom1year wrote:MDA benched D12 the entire 4th quarter !?
I hereby deem all of your opinions on the lakers from henceforth irrelevent. lol
Uncle_Meat wrote:Lakers roll just came to a screeching halt. It's all mental and once again the coach is out to lunch on working the minds of his players. Phil did a mind trip on the teams he coached and it caused some of those players to improve their games.
abeer3 wrote:why is the sky falling? brewer careered it, and the nuggets won a home game. corey brewer shoots like himself, and the lakers probably win despite howard getting tossed and it being the second night of a back to back in denver.
come on, people.
trodgers wrote:Quick Recap
The numbers pointed toward a Denver win, and win they did. The Nuggets led by 3 after one, 3 at the half, 10 after three, and won by 12, outworking the Lakers, who seemed more mentally out of it than physically.
The Lakers' offense did some nice things, posting 114 points on 49% shooting and 38% threes, but Denver grabbed 20 offensive boards and also hit 12 of 22 threes. Simply great shooting (especially from Corey Brewer) and great penetration from Ty Lawson coupled with atrocious defense by LA. Wide open shooters is a bad sign, and there were plenty of them facing LA's D tonight. When LA did force a miss, they failed to protect the paint and secure rebounds. Kenneth Faried grabbed 9 of the 20 offensive boards for Denver, while LA totaled just 11.
Denver moves to 16-14, and their home record is 9-1. The Lakers fall back below .500.
Game Hero: Steve Nash was excellent (15 points on 8 shots, 8 assists, 2 turnovers), but he really needs to be a bit more assertive. Kobe hit 13 of 24 FGs, dropping 40 points along with 6 assists and 4 boards. He gets the nod.
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