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Lakers vs. Thunder (Second quarter 6:03): Thunder 40, Lakers 28

Odom_300 A couple of baskets by Andrew Bynum -- a short jumper after a rebound and a dunk -- cut the lead to 12.

Lamar Odom missed a couple of free throws with 8:22 left, leaving the Lakers 0 for 4 from the line at that point. When Serge Ibaka hit two just after that, the Thunder was 11 for 11.

Russell Westbrook scored on a breakaway to give the Thunder a 16-point lead, 40-24, with 7:48 to go in the half before Bynum came to life.

--Mike James

Photo: Lakers center Andrew Bynum powers up a shot between Oklahoma City big men Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic in the first half Saturday. Credit: Larry W. Smith / EPA

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Upstarts taking it to the Lakers. Wow. This team is dangerous, and they are only going to get better. The Lakeshow looks old and slow...running out of steam. Such a shame.


do you lakers fans still think kobe shot the ball to much in game three.He has to shoot the ball because he's sorry as teamates can freaking make a basket

When do you sit your starters down in the whole fourth quarter in a playoff game??????????? and kobe not taking any shots when does kobe not take any shots??????????



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