The 4th quarter for the Lakers was in itself, a blow out. At one point, they had a 22-3 run in the fourth. Not only did they break from the tie of the 3rd quarter, but the Utah Jazz didn’t hit a field goal for the first 5 minutes of the 4th.
The night was capped off by a garbage time play, where Jordan Farmar Basketball Reference” href=”http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/f/farmajo01.html” target=”_blank”>Jordan Farmar breaks Trey Burke Player Profile” href=”http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/burketr01.html” target=”_blank”>Trey Burke‘s ankles in the backcourt, while Nick Young Player Profile” href=”http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/y/youngni01.html” target=”_blank”>Nick Young was on his way to 41 points. It made for a great highlight play.
If there was one play that resembled the Mike D’Antoni offense, that was it. It’s all about the point guard breaking down the defender, drawing in the defense, and finding the open man behind the arc.