With their 111-95 victory over the Orlando Magic, the Los Angeles Lakers are on a three-game home winning streak and have a record of 10-10 at Staples Center this season. It was a good game all around for the Lakers who notched their fourth 40+ point quarter of the season, scoring 40 points in the first period on Sunday night.
Julius Randle (19 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists) and D’Angelo Russell (17 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists) both had very strong performances and talk about a recent shift in mentality after the game. Head coach Luke Walton says there has been a noticeable shift with both of them in terms of their professionalism and accountability as of late.
Rookie Brandon Ingram displayed one of his most aggressive game offensively, tying a career-high with 17 points for the second straight game. Walton says he’s been really impressed by Ingram’s passing and feel for the game.
Nick Young has another off shooting night (1-7), but still manages to entertain, as he exhibits his concern over a teammate stealing one of his socks. It’s all in our post-game videos below.