Lakers Vs. Warriors 10/19/16 Pre-Season Game


The Golden State Warriors faced off against the Los Angeles Lakers in San Diego. The Warriors came off with the win with a scores of 123 to 112. There were many highlights in this game. Ever since Kevin Durant came into the home of the Warriors, the Warriors have been dominating the NBA and showing the world that they are the best team on Earth. The Lakers may have lost but not without a fight. Kevin Durant and the famous Steph Curry scored 59 points just in one game together. The rookie Brandon Ingram scored 21 points which is very good since he was playing against one of the most tough teams in the NBA. This shows that the rookie has a lot of potential in his upcoming NBA career. In the first quarter, the Warriors ended with 33 points and the Lakers with 20 points. The Lakers got off to a slow start whilst the Warriors blew up with many offensive rebounds and 3’s in the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Warriors became a bit cold and only scored 19 points but they had many fast breaks. The Lakers became a bit more heated in the second quarter and scored a total of 23 points to put the lead down to only 9 points at the end of the second quarter. In the third quarter, both teams had a very fierce fight together with the Warriors scoring 35 points with the Lakers scoring 34 points which put the Warriors lead to 10 points. The fourth quarter was the craziest since the Lakers made a comeback and lowered the lead a lot but the Warriors had no mercy and boosted their lead back to 11 points at the end of the game. This game was by far one of the best games of the Pre-Season and hopefully there will be much more interesting games like this one.


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