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Los Angeles Lakers Vs. New Orleans Pelicans NBA Highlights

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Without Steve Nash for at least two weeks, the Los Angeles Lakers look to end their two game losing streak against the New Orleans Pelicans. Both teams met on Friday night where Anthony Davis had 32 points, 12 rebounds, and 6 blocks in a 96-85 victory. Check out the highlights below!

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  • http://www.haveslot.com/ richard

    I am surprised with the way JHill plays this game… if he can consistently shoot that 10 feet jumper, with his ability to dive to the hole… he’s going to be very effective in this system, ala Amare.

    • Gregory Choa

      Yeah, not sure about that 10 footer, but the chemistry between Hill and Blake was pretty great to see – I mean, Steve set up Jordan PERFECTLY on like 75% of his makes from the field…most of them dunks.

      • http://www.haveslot.com/ richard

        THat 10 feet jumper is always available to him everytime he runs the pnr with blake… but is not consistent with it and at this time lacks confidence shooting it… but the opportunity is there…

  • Gregory Choa

    Holy Cow! That facial by X over the 7 footer Withey was SICK!!!

  • Lakers Fan

    I’m starting to wonder what our record would be if Hill had been starting since game 1.

  • http://www.haveslot.com/ richard

    Wooohooo!!! A Ryan Kelly sighting and a 3 plus a foul….

  • LakersHeatBeef

    Lakers won tonight by 21 points.I love the new starting lineup it’s the lineup MDA should stick with until Kobe gets back.Nashty needs to work his way back very slowly off the bench at first and then he can start once he feels 100% healthy.But this was just another game,it means nothing.Never get too high and never get too low.Lakers play tomorrow at Denver.Bench played great once again.The defense was lockdown tonight,great defense everyone hustled and chased the shooters also they held Anthony Davis in check.But Jordan Hill got to show he belongs as a starter.Jodie Meeks and Jordan Hill play hard,both of them have the heart of a Lion.Good effort tonight.Stick with this defense starting lineup,it works so far.

    Go Lakers!

    • Jim213

      A Davis needs a little more time to develop aside of his potential to be elite. I’ve always felt that CP3 would end up being a Laker (since 2008) until STERN and the owners happened. A Davis has big potential and will likely want to play in a big market IMO. I just don’t believe NO can provide the necessary resources for him to play his whole career in NO or get the notoriety as an elite player, didn’t happen with CP3.

      Get a feeling he may end up playing in LA down the line (though not as sure as I thought of CP3) but either the Lakers or the Knicks (if he becomes an UFA). Once KB24′s gone it’ll depend on what type of team/players the Lakers have in 2017 to possibly attract other franchise players for the long term success but let’s not assure ourselves of this with current management (basketball operations). Possible IMO. .

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