The Lagers to the Wizards Lost a Miss Freed Throw After the Lakers

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    The Lakers are officially in a foul play. After something narrower earlier this month, Anthony Davis-Les Lakers have fallen for three straight, 127-over in overtime after blowing the stunning Wizards to a 14–12 lead after coming in rather ugly fashion of the latest. 124 were defeated.

    La was on cruise control in the first half and it looked like they would correct the ship and win to end Washington’s four game winning streak. However, Bradley Beal, Russell Westbrook, and the young Wizard had other ideas as they returned to take a four-point lead late in the fourth quarter, with just under 30 seconds to play Denny Aviza’s three-pointer.

    Lebron got in the basket for a layoff to cut it for two, and the Wizards oddly reversed the ball to Russell Westbrook, who is shooting just 62.5 percent from the line on the season. Westbrook split the free throw to give it only a double-digit lead, and James again rode inside to make a flank shot against Ruse for a one-off opportunity. However, Lebron also had his free throw issues pop up at the worst of times, falling short on his attempt to take the lead.

    Bradley Beal’s effort to win the game kept on begging, and the Lakers, for the fourth time this season, were the head of a sub-500 squad for OT. In overtime, the LA offense stabilized again and the Wizards jumped to a dominant lead to make some sensational shots from Bradley Beal.

    A Kentavius ​​Caldwell-Pope three late made it a one-point game and after a foul after calling Mark Gasol with 14 seconds left, the Lakers had to try or at least foul to survive Hope. to keep. Instead, LeBron lost the Inborner as Westbrook cut the rim and got a -1 layup to go three.

    He Leaving the door azer for the Lays, he missed a free throw again, but LeBron started 30 feet, which was not close and Kyle Kuzma’s mad scramble from the corner missed everything to give the Lakers a third straight loss and Washington. Impossible and impressive fifth straight win. Beal and Wesbrook amassed 65 points for the win, while James had 31 points, 13 assists and nine rebounds in the loss as the Lakers continue to struggle to build a consistent offense without Davis in the lineup.


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