The Los Angeles Lakers are back on the right track.
The Los Angeles Lakers tried to avoid back to back losses after a disappointing loss to San Antonio the night before. The Chicago Bulls took the Lake Show down to the last possession, but LeBron James did his best to make sure it didn’t happen.
Lake Show Life breaks down what else happened in Lake Show Life Lessons! The only Los Angeles Lakers extended post-game report with in-depth analysis and highlights.
A question for the Los Angeles Lakers fans. After watching the Lake Show play the Chicago Bulls Friday night, have you noticed a trend lately?
The Los Angeles Lakers’ struggles throughout the game against a lesser opponent, but LeBron James comes in like a superhero to save the day.
The Los Angeles Lakers made some interesting changes to their starting lineup inserting Wesley Matthews and Markieff Morris while bringing Kyle Kuzma off the bench. Anthony Davis was held out due to an abductor strain and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope continues to sit out with an ankle sprain.
It was a shame that AD didn’t play. Hopefully he will be back for the two game set against the Houston Rockets on Sunday and Monday. His return will be interesting for a variety of reasons.
- The Lakers’ pick and roll defense weren’t the greatest with him against the Spurs. Check that, according to AD it hasn’t been great all season.
- Many eyes will be on the television sets watching how Davis responds after blasting the defensive effort calling it…well this is a family website.
- But despite Zach Lavine not missing a shot in the first quarter dropping 19 of his game high 38 points.
- The constant defensive breakdowns in pick and roll defense.
- Coby White exploding in the second quarter.
- Wendell Carter Jr. making an impact in the third quarter.
The Los Angeles Lakers still managed to survive a with a 117-115 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
The Lakers are now back on top of the Western Conference at 7-3 despite injuries and several roster changes. After AD’s press conference, the question is, How good are the Los Angeles Lakers? Something LeBron weighed in on via ESPN.
"“Through the first 10 games, I think we’ve played B, B-plus basketball, and that is absolutely OK,” James said. “We’re a team that added basically five pieces to the rotation, and we’re still learning each other. We’re getting accustomed to different lineups, playing different guys, and we’re playing pretty good basketball. We want to be better. That lets me know we have room to improve, which is a bright spot.”"
Well there’s already a difference of opinion in the Lake Show Life staff. While the writer of the series sees potential problems down the road, Lake Show Life Editor Jason Reed sees it different.
Who’s right? Well time will tell, but the Los Angeles Lakers almost never lose two games in a row. But the opinions on how good this team is will make for a very fun season.
To the new Los Angeles Lakers fans that are checking us out for the first time, welcome to Lake Show Life Lessons. Our extended post-game report with video analysis will cover the progress for the Los Angeles Lakers the entire season!
Over the next several pages we will provide highlights of certain players and coaches. Afterward, the comment section is loaded with knowledgeable fans adding their basketball knowledge. We usually start with the stars.
Let’s get to Lesson One to find out who!