After A Big Win The Lakers Lose Big

By Kevin R. Linares

stephen-curry-steve-blakeAfter defeating their crosstown rivals in what was a big win to start off the season, the Lakers could not get a win in their first road game of the season. The Lakers lost 125-94 to the Golden State Warriors who had control of the game throughout the night.

The Lakers did not look nothing like the team that had just beaten a Clipper team that is expected to have a promising season. It was a second game of a back to back against a talented team but no Laker played more than 28 minutes in the game against the Clippers. Steve Nash did not play in the game because the Lakers will be looking to rest him on back to back games throughout the season to prevent any setbacks.

Jodie Meeks was added to the starting line-up while Steve Blake moved to the point guard position. The Lakers could not get a rhythm going and played with a lot less speed and aggressiveness than many expected after seeing the bench score 76 points on opening night. Meeks and Xavier Henry both led the team in scoring with 14 points each while Pau Gasol did not have his best game scored 12 points and grabbing seven rebounds.

The Warriors looked like a team that was having fun shooting a total of 15 three pointers and had the Lakers struggling on both ends of the floor. Klay Thompson grabbed his career high scoring 38 points while David Lee added 24. The Lakers return back to Los Angeles on Friday and will play against the Western Conference champions San Antonio Spurs.

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