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Live from Staples- Lakers vs. Wizards

For one night at least, one in a row sounds a lot better than three in a row.  Vlad Rad, LO (still sick, but still playing), Kobe, Fish, and Turiaf start for L.A. 

BK with the first. 

FIRST QUARTER:

First trip down, Lakers get the ball in deep, but Turiaf is blocked at the basket by Haywood.  Next trip, LO posts up, they work the ball around, and then the ball is kicked out to Fish on the perimeter for the three.  That's the sort of trey they should take.  Inside out.

9:00- Again, the Lakers shoot a three, but again, it comes in rhythm and after the ball had been pitched in, this time to Kobe in the post.  Kobe goes to Turiaf at the top of the key, who makes the extra pass to Vlad for a wide open three.  On the trip before, the Lakers generated a jumper from the elbow, which Lamar made.  Good ball movement early.  They're not attacking the rim, but they're not settling either.

8:16- 10-7 LAL.

7:15- Great offensive rebound from Ronny, but he doesn't take the ball back up.  Jamison and Haywood were there, but he probably could have, at worst, drawn a foul.  He's very active tonight, but can't forget to stay aggressive around the hole when it's time to shoot.  He's not a post guy er se, but he needs to play one on TV.

6:34- Fish hits a three off Kobe penetration, and the Lakers are up 15-8.  They're shooting at a very high percentage right now, in part because they're getting excellent looks. 

Timeout on the floor, 5:35 left in the first.  Lakers up 15-14 after consecutive threes.  On the second, it looked like Kobe left DeShawn Stevenson, and on the trip previous, Roger Mason Jr. found himself open for a triple.  Washington has plenty of gunners, so the Lakers, as usual, need to make sure they close on shooters.

Stevenson, then Butler hit threes in front of Radmanovic, and the Wizards are up 20-16.  On the Butler three, the Lakers had done a great job forcing Washington to run down the clock, then Butler drilled the shot at the buzzer right in front of Rad.... who then chucks an airball on the other end. 

Not a great sequence.

3:41- 22-16 Washington.  They're 5-6 from downtown.


3:26- Rad redeems himself, hitting a two from the corner, except he was about an inch and a half from the three point line.  That always frustrates coaches.  But whatever.  I'm not gonna get too critical of a guy when he makes a shot. 

Farmar in for Fish out of the TO, and Vlad hits a three to bring the Lakers back to within two, 23-21.

1:34- Good sequence, as the Lakers work the ball to Turiaf on the wing, who hits odom in the high post, and LO draws the foul on Butler underneath. He hits the FTs, and the Lakers are up by one.

Walton and Sasha in.

:22- Good play by Farmar. Pump fakes on the three pointer, then takes a few dribbles towards the lane, draws the double, and then kicks to Sasha in the three out of the left corner.

Ugh.  Washington finishes the quarter on a Brendan Haywood dribble drive.  Without getting too deep into the particulars, that shouldn't happen. 

END OF THE FIRST: 27-25 LAL.  Some pretty good shooting for both teams thus far, 50% for Washington, 53% for LA.  At least the Lakers are doing a better job offensively, running things much better than they were earlier in the week.

AK with the second.

SECOND QUARTER

10:27 - Mihm attempts to snag his first "Comeback pt. VII" rebound, but gets called for the push off. His timing still looks a bit off, for sure, but Chris does appear to be moving a little better out there, if nothing else.

9:42 - Walton blocks Andray Blatche under the Laker goal, with Sasha picking up the loose ball and shuttling it to the other side.  After one inside-outside flight path, the ball comes back to Farmar, who swings it to Sasha at the top of the arc.  Pure.

Just got word.  Antonio Daniels has a sprained left wrist.  He's questionable to return.   

8:14 - It's not exactly the classic deep penetration often used to crack a zone, but Walton catches the rock a few steps inside the three point line, draws a bit of attention, then kicks it to Sasha camped out in downtown.  Money.  Same result about 30 seconds later for Sasha, with the same guy setting him up.  It's a quick dozen for "The Face," off to a very hot start.

6:21 - A tap back by Walton of Sasha's shot clock beating, errant mid-range eventually comes around to give him an easy bucket.  The loose rock goes to Kobe along the perimeter, then Farmar, who dribbles two steps inside the arc and bounce passes to Walton for the uncontested layup.

4:03 - The Lakers work D.C. down to the shot clock's final seconds, but Nick Young floats inside the arc and puts one up a tick or two quicker than Vlad can put up his hands to bother the view.  Shot falls, but about 20/24 of a pretty good stand.

1:59 - Beautiful job by Kobe working inside the Wiz D, drawing some attention before dishing off to FIsh, who follows suit LO's way, who follows suit Vlad's way.  Downtown shot good, mirroring the same result awaiting Radmanovic 38 seconds from now.

2.7 - Three of the 5.7 seconds remaining are spent watching Kobe work the top of the arc, then drive down the left side and draw contact before twisting his way to a beautiful reverse layup.  And one opportunity is converted, Nick Young's desperation heave barely misses paydirt, and the Lakers go into the locker room up 58-47.  The second unit really provided a nice lift during the frame, maintaining a trend of nice ball movements (17 assists this half alone) while dropping the Wiz shooting perdentage from 50 to 40%.  Nine points apiece from Sasha and Walton, plus another six from Vladdy (14 in the half) and five from Kobe.  The Lakers have the mo'.  Up to them to keep it rolling.  We shall see.  BK with the third.

THIRD QUARTER:

Big minutes for the Lakers, who need to make sure they don't let a Washington run pull the Wizards back in quickly.  Keep the lead in that 7-13 point range (or more, obviously), and slowly squeeze Washington.

Good start, as the Lakers get a couple FTs, then a dunk from Vlad on a run out, and are now up 15, 62-47. 

17, after LO gets inside, and kicks out to Ronny for an open jumper from the FT line extended.

7:58- Lakers up 68-59, but Haywood is at the line with a chance to cut the lead to seven.  LA has given up a little run here, about a third of the way into the quarter, mostly fueled by outside shooting from the Wiz.  They've pushed, now LA has to push back. 

Good start, as Kobe penetrates right baseline on Jamison, then hits a cutting Turiaf for an easy dunk.

On the other end, Rad loses Butler, who puts the ball back off the back door cut for an easy deuce.  On their next trip, Jamison sticks a triple in LO's face, and the Wizards are back down by seven.

6:20- Lakers 74, Wiz 65.  Great lay by LO.  Kobe lofts the ball into the post- a bit of a floater- and LO not only fights off two Wizards players for the ball, but also has the presence of mind to squeeze out a pass to a cutting (you guessed it) Turiaf, peeling to the hoop, for a dunk.  Very good play.

4:27- Laker lead down to five as Stevenson hits yet another three, this time in front of Kobe, who then picks up the whistle on the other end for the offensive foul while trying to post up.  Looked like a pretty soft call to me. 

3:11- Lakers now up just by one, as Butler goes end to end- nobody stops the ball,  and he hits the teardrop over Ronny. 

Kobe comes back on the other end, blows by Stevenson on the left baseline, and gets the easy dunk.

2:29- 80-77 LAL.  Washington has cranked up the offense in the third (6-7 from downtown), and the triples have helped bring them back into the game.  LA is still doing a decent job putting up points and running the O, but on the other end, they've broken down more in the third than in the previous two quarters.

2:10- Stevenson hits another three, as Kobe gave him too much room up top to get it off.  He helped on the penetration at the top of the key, but as soon as the pressure came, Butler kicked to Stevenson and Kobe was too far away to recover. 

24 drives and gets the layup on the next trip down, though, pushing the Laker lead back to three, 83-80.

END OF THE THIRD:

Not a good quarter for the Lakers, who lose all of their ten point lead, and it's tied at 86-86.  The Wizards were unusually hot from downtown, but the Lakers didn't do a good job closing on shooters, either. Too many breakdowns.  They scored enough on the offensive end, but when they had a chance to put the game away up by 15, instead they let the Wizards shoot their way back into the game.

Hopefully, AK can bring home a winner.

FOURTH QUARTER

11:18 - I'm just going assume Mbenga called "glass" internally on that bank shot.  He yelled it, but kept it all inside.

10:59 - Walton cuts to the basket and gets set up nicely by Kobe for the and one bucket.  Freebie converted.  The Laker lead gets pushed to three.  Then five, after a Mebnga hook shot!  Dude can't be stopped.  Nice job using the mismatch of a little guy on him down low. 

8:24 - Kobe penetrates and dishes to Sasha, who connects from the corner section of Downtown Staples.  The lead pushes to 4.

7:28 - More inside movement creating outside shots.  This time it's LO taking the rock deep inside the paint, then passing out to Kobe along the arc, who immediately scoots it to Sasha.  Another three ball for Vujacic, whose point total now matches his jersey number.  18, for those who haven't paid close attention to his digits. 

5:24 - Mbenga with the Mblock!!!  Mbrendan Haywood Mbites the dust!  Kobe Mbryant scoops up the loose Mball, then throws the Peyton Manning-style Mbomb to a streaking Walton, who throws down the Mbreakaway dunk. 

Timeout Wizards. Lakers up by 9.

4:14 - Save all five Lakers deciding at once to leave the court at the same time and catch a flick, Nick Young couldn't possibly have been left more wide open on that trey ball.

3:12 - Nice job by Ronny tapping back consecutive misses by Kobe and LO.  Walton races down the loose ball, hands off to Fish, who calls time out.  Lakers retain possession and start all over.

2:22 - After NIck Young knots up the contest at 105 all with a three ball (the Lakers seem very intent on never guarding that particular region) Walton's three ball rattles in and out.  LO snags it, but the ball gets knocked loose into Wiz mitts and they call timeout. 

1:57 - Clutch play by Fish, coming down with Stevenson's miss while surrounded by a pair of Wizard bodies, then hitting a cutting Kobe with the perfect bounce.  Thunder dunk to break the tie. 

33.0 - Kobe hits a pair of big freebies to raise the Laker lead to a three ball "cushion."

10.1 - Fish forces Butler into a seriously tough three ball heave... and it drops.  Nothing but net.  Wow.  Butler almost busts into Sam Cassell's "big testicle" dance, but opts instead for the classic "primal scream."  111 per side.  Lakers do a chalk talk.

Kobe drives the lane as the final seconds work their way down, then kicks to Fish for a reasonably good look from behind the arc.  Corner shot up... and out... No bueno.  Five minutes of free roundball coming to the people at Staples.   

OVERTIME

1:49 - Briefly lost my connection.  Apologies.  But I do have good news to report, Fish just nailed a three.

1:18 - I take it back.  I had good news.  That was before Young slips Fish on the fake, then moves inside a few steps and cans the 18-footer.  That's 27 points for the Trojan rook, who's absolutely killing the Lakers in a return to the ol' hometown.  Well, Receda, but close enough.

1:02 -  Another bucket by Fish, one the crowd wanted called as a downtown shot, but correctly labeled a two ball.  The replay showed FIsh's feet were on the line, much less the toes.  Lakers down by 1.   

37.8 - Kobe at the stripe again for his 12th and 13th attempts of the night.  Both are converted.  The Laker lead is a vulnerable uno.   

13.3 - Another pair at the line for Kobe.  First is fine.  Second goes astray, but Walton tracks down the miss before it runs out of bounds.  He shuttles it to Sasha, who comes through on both attempts after getting fouled. 

5.9 - Solid D by Walton forces Butler to brick the Wizards' final attempt.  He ends up rewarded for the effort by getting set up for a send off dunk to close out the 126-120 win.  Big and needed victory by the Lakers, getting the team not only its 50th win, but a reprieve from the schneid.  All five Laker starters hit double figures, while Luke Walton and Sasha Vujacic combined for 39.  Wasn't always pretty, but the job was done. More to come later.  Thanks for dropping by. 

 
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NICE TO SEE YOU CAN JOIN THE PARTY.

Posted by: Gunner | March 30, 2008 at 09:31 PM

Yo Goony, I make the most of the time that I can watch Lakers games. Unlike you being holed up in your basement all the time thinking of negative things about the team (particularly your twisted hate for Kobe who you don't even know personally) I enjoy the game. I don't sweat out the small things like you do. Even AK says FU to your posts. Ha ha ha.

You SUCK (you Lebron's jock sucka). lol

Another LUCKY WIN!

Good game from Sasha on both offense and defense to redeem himself after the Memphis 3 pt shooting contest.
Good game from Luke to redeem himself for.......how about the whole season.
Good game from Rony to redeem himself for all the misses and fouls from previous game.
Good game from Vlade to redeem himself for all the space cadet moments.
Good game from Mbenga to redeem himself for all the non-PT.....wait a minute that's PJ's bad.
Tonight was a game of redemption. (Farmar we're still waiting)
The start of a 9 game stretch run winning streak as we fuel up with Gasol and get Beastly with 20 yr old The Beast!

This guy Gunner isn't celebrating wins? He celebrates Laker losses as confirmation of his opinions? The Lakers have won 50 games. Sure it isnt a championship, but at least wait until the win or lose in the Finals to critcize. Nothing has happened yet.

I mean it borders on a schizophrenic obsession to try to affirm that Kobe Bryant is a bad player, only in losses and ignore the success the Lakers have had.

Am I missing something here?

FYI, I'm a Phoenix fan myself, but I read this blog all the time. Just calling it like I see it.

Hope to see you guys in the later rounds this time.

You know what was best thing about Luke tonight? I don't remember him getting rejected. That's just weird.

Oy,

Up by 17 in the 3rd and 9 late in the 4th and they have to go to overtime. This team has serious concentration issues, but that is common for inexperienced teams. PJ has been trying to let them find their way but he's really pulled the reigns tighter lately - calling timeouts sooner and yanking players.

I don't think Radman can be on the floor at the end of games, he''s just terrible on defense. Absolutely awful. And for all the Luke bashing on this blog (yes even during this game amazingly) Luke is a much better defender than almost anyone we have his size. He's not athletic but he plays angles very well and rarely lets his man get by. He might give up the jumper but no penetration without at least forcing them to the help defender.

Good to see Matthew Fox back out there for the Lake Show but he is just "lost" right now - LOL. Can't do much until he gets in shape - actually I'm not sure he ever did that much, but it's nice to have another big body.

Are there any PGs left we can sign? I didn't like the way Derek sounded in the interview after the game - not real confident and we could use the defensive help anyway.

Congolian Beef! - nice shooting buddy, but keep it between 10-14 feet or else dunk it big boy.

How did Kobe end up with 26? That was the quietest 26 I've ever seen. He should have had about 20 assists by my count. How about that facilitation, holmes.

A win is a win is a win, but these games are not good for the blood pressure. Still 4-0 in overtime, which bodes well for the playoffs.

Giving up 39 points in the 3rd quarter. That will not get it done.

But still...

KOBE FOR MVP!!!
KOBE FOR MVP!!!
KOBE FOR MVP!!!

WHAT HAPPENED TO IRA NEWBLE?

WHY IS HE NOT PLAYING?

People, people, people,

LET ME PUT THIS IN CAPS SO EVERYONE IS PAYING ATTENTION:

GUNNER HAS ISSUES THAT GO WAYYYYY BEYOND KOBE OR THE LAKERS !!!!!

This is not about Kobe, this is about Gunner. If you have ever even heard the name Dr. Phil, or walked by a psychologists office you can figure this out. We all knew a Gunner when we were 10 years old. He was the one disrupting class, pulling on the girls hair, and sticking his finger in your face and saying "I'm not touching you, I'm not touching you". He is about attention, because he does not get it any other way. Believe me this is not about Kobe, or the Lakers and deep down we all know it, especially Gunner.

Sorry Gunner, the truth hurts.

By the way if I am wrong, then prove it. Prove you are really a concerned Laker fan who just has the team's best interest at heart. HINT, HINT. If you want credibility on the blog then call a spade a spade. If Kobe has a bad night or makes a turnover, then call it so. But if he has a good game or good play, then call it that way. That is how you get credibility. That is why Fire32 and Sonnybelfast have credibility.

However as we all know it is not about Kobe or the Lakers, it is about you and therefor you can't prove otherwise.....

On behalf of the rest of the blog........GOODNIGHT!!!!

This time Luke is the hero.

I hope in the next three games, Lakers will get Pau back, they look pitiful out there leading by 15 and suddenly it is gone that fast. It is either no defense or our players are too small against competition. We could hardly stop Wizzards, Warriors, Bobcats and Grizzlies. Lakers have to agonize a W. Well, yes it was a W but it doesn't look good for a playoff bound team to struggle a win. We cannot say that Pau/Drew/Trevor will play. LOL, the 8th week period was this week for Bynum and the 2nd week period for Pau was this week. So don't count them in the lineup until we see them physically.

SASHA SASHA SASHA SASHA SASHA SASHA for THREEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

GREAT ASSIT KOBE!!!!!

In case nobody knew, GUNNER is a 30 year old male, but recently had a brain transplant from a 3 year old. So discard his nonsense just like you would a baby.

GO LAKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!

pslakerfan

unfortunately Gunner does not have a favorite like Mike T, so he will never leave the blog when his favorite is traded

just waiting and sweating behind the scenes

Good win..i suppose. Its the 50th..and having to listen to Biatch a** Mr All Caps flip flop from "See...see..lebron would drive and dish it out..then when you bring up the finals..then he says..oh..uhh..well that was a bad decision! Geezz man make up ur freaking mind. Atleast a few days can go by without aving to listen to some of you cry babies piss maon and complain as if we shouldn't lose a game then also flip flop like gunner by complaining if kobe goes 10-27 when we lose..but jumps back on the koolaid when we win when he shoot 10-27.

Congratulations to my beloved Los Angeles Lakers for their 50th victory of the season. Despite myriad injuries and setbacks, the Lakers have managed to carve out a place among the NBA elite.

Real nail biter of a game, but it turned out to be a good tester, especially in OT. Fish, Kobe Sasha and Luke came up big time. Fish made a couple of big shots, Sasha and Kobe hit clutch free throws and Luke snagged the biggest rebound of the night.

Kobe made plays for others (like he always does) and was able to offset a poor shooting night. He and Fish have a great synergy. That last play in regulation resulted in a wide open look for Fish...I'll take that every time, especially with the score tied.

I hope the team takes advantage of the rest between games (they play Portland on Wednesday) to heal up and come together in practice. I think they need to get on the same page defensively. And having their 2 seven footers able to rejoin the team certainly can't hurt.

Thank you Lakers for a great and enjoyable season!!!

THE BEST IS YET TO COME!!!!

GO LAKERS!!!!

Gunner,

You say Kobe plays like this "some of the time"? I guess you don't watch very much basketball this season. That was game number four that he's played like that this season.

Hmmm...is counting a tough task for you?

--FearlessWhackJob

I WILL NEVER CELEBRATE PREMATURE.

50 WINS MEAN NOTHING.

WE NEED TO GET OUT OF THE FIRST ROUND FOR A CHANGE AND THEN THAT'S REASONS FOR CELEBRATING.

BEATING A TEAM LIKE THE WIZARDS WHO SHOULDN'T HAVE EVEN BEEN IN THE GYM WITH US IN THE FIRST PLACE ISN'T NOTHING BIG TO CELEBRATE ABOUT.

IT'S "FOOLS GOLD" LIKE KOBE WINNING MVP OR WINNING THE SCORING TITLES THE PAST YEARS.

I'M OUT!

Unfortunately, when Bynum and Gasol come back, it won't help defend the three. Will it???

Posted by: JohnnyP | March 30, 2008 at 08:52 PM

Yes it will. The guards will penetrate less often with the middle clogged with shot blockers and the guards can stay with their men instaed of dropping down to help ubndersized Rony playing out of position.

XODUS,
"Kobe sets Fish up for a wide open shot and you're upset? You didn't have any credibility to begin with but that post just shows you're more interested in continuing your schtik than actually making valid points"

IN THAT SITUATION, WHY NOT GO TO THE BASKETBALL LIKE LEBRON WOULD DO AND DRAW THE FOUL. WHY PASS IT OUT FOR A 3?

IF YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT, THEN THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOU.

Posted by: Gunner | March 30, 2008 at 09:09 PM

Because when Kobe drives to the basket and gets hacked over and over with bets not calling the fouls, then what? You criticise him for going one on 3 or something.

pfunk36, chuck23,

Why is L.O smiling? well, you guys don't see it b/c you guys love him ( not in a homo way), but I don't love him so I'll tell you,
L.O thinks he's too cool for school, he thinks he's the coolest guy on the court. It's annoying.

Posted by: Fire32 | March 30, 2008 at 09:11 PM

Easy enough fix for you. Just watch your funs play and don't be annoyed by our players.

JustALakerFan,

>>>>Unfortunately, when Bynum and Gasol come back, it
>>>>won't help defend the three. Will it???
>>>>
>>>>Posted by: JohnnyP | March 30, 2008 at 08:52 PM
>>
>>Yes it will. The guards will penetrate less often with
>> the middle clogged with shot blockers and the guards
>>can stay with their men instaed of dropping down to
>>help ubndersized Rony playing out of position.

That is exactly correct.

When the Lakers had Bynum healthy, they were holding
their opponents to the second lowest 3-point shooting
percentage in the league. And it was exactly like you said.
The wing players trusted Bynum to be the last line of defense,
so they stayed with the three point shooters more often than
not.

I don't think Radman can be on the floor at the end of games, he''s just terrible on defense. Absolutely awful. And for all the Luke bashing on this blog (yes even during this game amazingly) Luke is a much better defender than almost anyone we have his size. He's not athletic but he plays angles very well and rarely lets his man get by. He might give up the jumper but no penetration without at least forcing them to the help defender.

DPK

I have to disagree. Vlade is a way better defender than Luke. I see it differnt than you but it cannot be compared fairly until PJ gives the same pt to Vlade that he gives to Luke. Sorry Vlades height alone makes him a better defender. I have seen Vlade stay in front of his man and alter many shots and get back to get rebound. Much more than I have from Luke.

Faith,

I'm with ya on that one. On Stu, he seems to be over eager, at times, in his trying not to be a homer. On Sasha, I think we like him for different reasons; me- his shooting ability, you- his looks and beautiful hair??? jk

Props to Luke for a good game, Sasha, and Kobe for his playmaking..DJ Mbenga for the lift he gave us in those few minutes, DFish for some big and timely 3's...

Dayum tho, for once, I would like to turn in early as a result of a Laker blowout win, but when we struggle, we def struggle..Whew! But today I will not complain. I will take that "W"..Now we have a nemesis in Portland coming up again, hope we can scrounge out a victory..We need to start building momentum which is hard with so many wounded soldiers..

Despite everything, we just WON our 50 game and that is something to be proud of considering we haven't been at full strength with all our players this season. Still have a few games we need to get and it def hurt dropping those two home games just recently, but that's a dead issue now. Going forward, we need better effort on the defensive end especially defending the 3pt line..


Go Lakers!

FearlessWhackJob,
"You say Kobe plays like this "some of the time"? I guess you don't watch very much basketball this season. That was game number four that he's played like that this season"

GAME NUMBER 4 OUT OF 73. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

YOU CALL THAT GOOD? HOW ABOUT PLAYING LIKE THIS ALL 73 GAMES. OBVIOUSLY, YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND BASKETBALL.

PSLAKERFAN,
"If you want credibility on the blog then call a spade a spade. If Kobe has a bad night or makes a turnover, then call it so. But if he has a good game or good play, then call it that way. That is how you get credibility. That is why Fire32 and Sonnybelfast have credibility."

CREDIBILITY? THAT'S FOOLS GOLD. THE SAME HAS KOBE PUTTING UP A BUNCH OF POINTS AND WINNING SCORING TITLES. MEANS NOTHING TO ME. THIS IS JUST A BLOG FOR PEOPLE VENTING OFF FRUSTRATION. THERE REALLY NO ONE ON HERE CREDITABLE ENOUGH TO EVEN BELIEVE.

YOUR HOLD HANDS CLUB? - SORRY, I TAKE NO PART IN THAT.


"Sorry Gunner, the truth hurts."

YEAH KOBE STILL SUCKS. AND HIS DEFENSE SUCKS TOO.


Nice talking you.

 
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