The Los Angeles Lakers is scheduled for a head-to-head game against the Sacramento Kings at 11:00 A.M. on March 3, 2021 (PHI time) live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.
Note: The game will start at 11:00 AM (PHI time). Reload the page on that said time to follow the live scores and its final results.
The Sacramento Kings came out victorious against the short-handed Lakers squad as they finished the game with a final score of 123-120.
During the first quarter, the Lakers were scorching hot in terms of their shooting. They hit shot after shot. As the first quarter came to a close, the Lakers see their selves having an eight-point lead against the Kings.
Schroder and “KCP” led the team with 15 combined points to end the first quarter. Schroder with 8 points and Caldwell-Pope with 7 points.
But, the Lakers eventually trembled in the second quarter. Buddy Hield, the highest scorer for the Kings in tonight’s game went blazing from outside the three-point arc. He dropped back-to-back three-point shots against the Lakers who are enjoying a fair lead.
Buddy Hield tallied 29 points and went 7-11 from downtown while playing 42 huge minutes on the court.
De’Aaron Fox, the speedy guard of the Kings, collected 23 points and dished out 8 dimes.
On the other hand, the Lakers squad went all out as they strived to end the game with the win even without their stars, but it was not enough against the fire power of Buddy Hield and the rest of the Sacramento Kings.
Dennis Schroder, Kyle Kuzma and Montrezl Harrell stood up in tonight’s game due to the absence of Caruso, Gasol, Davis and their alpha dog, LeBron James.
Dennis Schroder ended the game with 28 huge points while shooting 11-20 from the field. Not only that, but he also dimed 9 assists.
Harrell, the big man who’s intent is to always dominate in the paint, tallied 26 huge points and grabbed 12 rebounds. As the time expires late in the fourth quarter, he got an offensive rebound and had an easy lay-up with no one contesting him, but he slightly rushed it and missed it.