Brandon Ingram led the team with 26 points on 11 of 21 shooting, Lonzo Ball filled up the stat sheet with 18 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and four steals while Larry Nance Jr finished with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds off the bench. Windhorst asked, before continuing, "Los Angeles native David Fizdale".
Finding playing time for Wilson could be a challenge. "I thought our players did a great job of coming together".
There will be plenty to track between Ball and Smith Jr., from how they operate in the pick-and-roll (both have performed poorly by the numbers this season) to what each one does to show out against the other (think dunks, three-pointers, more dunks, pinpoint passes and have we mentioned dunks?). After Caldwell-Pope split two free throws, Barnes' hoop knotted the score at 95 with 5.9 seconds remaining, and Los Angeles' Lonzo Ball missed a jumper just prior to the buzzer.
But in overtime, Randle got back to work, scoring four of his game-high 23 points to go with 15 rebounds.
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The tempo of the game sped up with Brook Lopez and Hawks J. Collins making two blocks each. Just effort and will. "Nobody wants to. But our bosses tell us we have to, because of the ratings, because of the readership.' Somewhere - I guess (LaVar) is in Lithuania - LaVar Ball is laughing at all of us", Kerr added.
Dallas began a 10-0 run in the final minute of the third quarter and took an 80-70 lead on Dirk Nowitzki's 3-pointer with 9:32 to play. San Antonio would once again face an opponent with a long list of injuries as Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, Rudy Gay and Danny Green were all unable to play.
But since that losing run, the team has rallied and have won their last three games as they've stepped up for their coach. "It's just another fan in the peanut gallery with an opinion, which is meaningless". "I told him, 'I'd be happy to trade you". What coach got fired this year and LeBron tweeted about him?
The former Indiana Pacers star and current TNT analyst wants Lakers president Magic Johnson to lay the smack down (figuratively, though I can't say I would mind seeing the literal interpretation either) on LaVar for his distracting the team. The Mavericks (15-28) return home to American Airlines Center off a surprising back-to-back sweep earlier this week.