Lakers Recap: Game 56

LAL

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120

143

FINAL SCORE

Feb 10, 2019 | Wells Fargo Center | Philadelphia, PA


Team Stats

LAL
PHI
120Points143
51.6FG%57.7
373PT%50
73.7FT%86.4
43 (9)Reb (Off)42 (7)
31Assists33
4Blocks3
3Steals10
16Turnovers7
106.0Pace106.0

Lakers Player of the Game

Kyle Kuzma is yesterdays player of the game, notching a game-high 39 points on 21 shots, including a season-high 23 points in the first quarter.

Kyle Kuzma

39 points 
14-21 FG
5-8 3PT
3 rebounds
1 assist
32 minutes


Play of the Game

Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma hits a three-pointer plus the foul in the first quarter. Kuzma ended up with 23 points in the first.

Credit: Lakers Twitter

Quote of the Night

“Getting Lonzo Ball back into the mix is going to be one thing. He’s had a hell of a season defensively and we kind of feed off of him. He’s picking up 94 feet, getting stops all over the floor, making great defensive instincts.”

Kyle Kuzma (on Lonzo Ball’s defense)

Line Score

After putting up 40 points in the first quarter, the Lakers were outscored 104-80 for the remainder of the game, losing by 23 points.

 1st2nd3rd4thFinal
LosAngeles_Lakers_logo.svg40272726120
PHI39373334143

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5

 

29


Box Score

Los Angeles Lakers (28-28)

PlayersMPPTSREBASTFG3PT+/-
L. James*33181098-162-60
K. Kuzma*31393114-215-8-6
J. McGee*262113110-150-0+9
R. Bullock*302131-50-2-7
B. Ingram*3319445-110-0-8
K. Caldwell-Pope276313-50-2-23
T. Chandler120340-00-0-23
R. Rondo150370-30-0-14
L. Stephenson124122-80-3-24
M. Muscala138123-72-5-18
M. Wagner33011-21-1-1
J. HartDNP
LAL TOTALS240120433148/93
52%
10/27
37%
-23

* = Starter
Inactive: Lonzo Ball, Isaac Bonga, Alex Caruso, Jonathan Williams

Philadelphia 76ers (36-20)

PlayersMPPTSREBASTFG3PT+/-
J. Butler*3015436-101-2+19
T. Harris*2822669-143-5+5
J. Embiid*323714312-162-3+23
J. Redick*2821258-133-6+16
B. Simmons*298373-130-1+6
J. Ennis III170200-50-2+2
F. Korkmaz167623-51-1+8
B. Marjanovic1310115-60-0-3
M. Scott217213-81-3+21
T. McConnell1813136-61-1+17
J. Simmons33121-10-0+1
J. BoldenDNP
A. JohnsonDNP
PHI TOTALS240143423356/97
58%
12/24
50%
+23

* = Starter
Inactive: Haywood Highsmith, Shake Milton, Justin Patton, Zhaire Smith


Next Up

Next Game: Tuesday, Feb 12 @ Atlanta Hawks (18-38)
TV: Spectrum SportsNet, Radio: 710ESPN


West Standings

The Lakers fall back to .500 on the season and still find themselves 2½ games behind the Clippers for the 8th seed. The Lakers still have to jump two teams in order to make the postseason.

RkTeamRecordPCTGBSTRKL10
1GSW40-15.727W49-1
2DEN37-18.6733L36-4
3OKC36-19.6554W39-1
4POR33-22.6007L17-3
5HOU32-23.5828L16-4
6UTA32-24.5718W27-3
7SAS32-26.552L45-5
8LAC31-26.54410W16-4
9SAC30-26.53610½W26-4
10Lakers28-28.50012½L13-7

For full standings, please visit NBA.com.


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Brandon Rosenthal is a writer, podcast host/producer, and an avid sports fan since the early 1990s. He has been covering the NBA since 2016 for the30minutelunchbreak.com. You can view all of his posts and articles, and follow him on Twitter.

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