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News » Kobe leads Lakers in easy win over Thunder


Kobe leads Lakers in easy win over Thunder


Kobe leads Lakers in easy win over Thunder

Bynum, who didn't practice the previous two days after rolling his right ankle defending against Chicago's Brad Miller, went to the bench for good in the final minute of the third quarter with the Lakers ahead 77-56.

Durant, who made a league-best 452 free throws last season, had only one against the Lakers. It came at the end of a three-point play that trimmed the deficit to 61-42 with 8:42 left in the third, and was his only attempt from the line.

Notes

The Lakers are off to a 10-3 start, compared to 12-1 last year. The worst 13-game start the franchise ever had in any of its 15 NBA championship seasons was 8-5 in 1984-85. ... The Lakers' next game is Tuesday night when they host the Knicks, the first meeting between the teams since Bryant set a Madison Square Garden record with 61 points on Feb. 2. New York is 3-17 overall at Staples Center, with all of the victories coming against the Lakers. The Knicks are 0-10 there against the Clippers. ... Bryant, who entered this season averaging 34.1 percent from 3-point range, is an uncharacteristic 5 for 28 from behind the arc through his first 13 games. By contrast, teammate Josh Powell is 30 for 65. ... Harden was coming off back-to-back games of 24 and 25 points, his first two double-digit performances in the NBA, and was 10-for-13 shots from 3-point range during that two-game stretch. But he missed 12 of 15 overall against the Lakers and finished with 10 points.


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