The Los Angeles Lakers (13-51) shocked the NBA world after their 112-95 upset over the Golden State Warriors (55-6) on Sunday afternoon. Jordan Clarkson (25 points) and D’Angelo Russell (21 points) outscored Stephen Curry (18 points) and Klay Thompson (15 points) both collectively and individually and Russell also tied a career-high with four steals.
Head coach Byron Scott named Marcelo Huertas MVP of the game, finishing with a career-high nine assists, and tied another career-best with 10 points. Scott said tonight was an example where hard-work outplayed the talent and his young players raised to the challenge he posed before the game.
It was Kobe Bryant’s final game against the Golden State Warriors and he had a special gift for Klay Thompson. Plus, Bryant talks about what he remembers most from the night he tore his Achilles against the Warriors in 2013.
Kobe Bryant Gives Klay Thompson His Game-Worn Jersey
Lakers Upset The Warriors, Biggest Upset In NBA History
D’Angelo Russell After The Lakers Beat The Warriors
Kobe Bryant’s Interesting Message For Draymond Green