With big men Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum, the Lakers have the ability to methodically burn the shot clock before getting high-percentage shot attempts from in close. In Game 3, that attack, coupled with mounting foul calls, was too much for the Thunder to overcome.
We’ll see if Game 4 will be any different.
“We need to try to not let them get out in transition too much,” Lakers coach Mike Brown said. “I though they did there for a stretch (in Game 3). Having 23 fast-break points is kind of tough. If we can keep them playing half-court basketball, we’ll have a better chance. They’re getting out after our turnovers and they’re getting easy baskets after our turnovers. That’s been the difference a lot of these ballgames.”
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