17 -Thirds level record, new Lakers mighty!
2 December, 2012 at 12:32 pm in Personal
jordan 9 photo blue Jamison and Meeks driven, the Lakers bench got a total of 61 points, they tell people a game, the Lakers bench is not only watching, not playing. Lakers third addition to substitute comeback, once again fire up the ball. Jamison and Meeks feel hot hot, both of them dropped into a total of 12 three-pointers, and the Lakers dropped into the 17, which tied the regular season in team history (no overtime) single-game three-point record.
air jordan 9 photo blue Dropped into 17 three-pointers in the case the last time the Lakers in the regular season did not play overtime or against Seattle on January 8, 2003, when their threes 32 cast 17??. In the regular season, the Lakers single-game three-pointers record 19, 2006 overtime loss to the Wizards game. This season for the Lakers, they introduced the Nash and Howard re-established from the combination of the Big Four, they once again become popular championship team.
jordan photo blue But people still they came in behind the Heat, Thunder and other teams, one of the reasons is the team still need to run, the other is fatally flawed, this is off the bench and threes. This season, the Lakers bench has been the lack of a stable contribution, but this situation has recently improved, Jamison's performance is getting better and better, he become substitute leader Meeks state also comeback, if he can find the three-point shooting touch, then the the Lakers third ball problem would go away. If the bench and one-third of the two major shortcomings can be resolved, then the Lakers will truly become a strong impact on the championship team. Because their internal and external lines to a more balanced attack, inside twin towers, outside Bryant and stable one-third offensive points, plus reliable score on the bench, then they really have the impact the Heat. However, the Lakers also just in a game this performance if they can continue this play, then they really will be the Heat defending the biggest threat.