Lonnie Walker IV repeat the Legacy of Kobe Bryant on the Lakers vs Warriors Game

Lonnie Walker IV led the Los Angeles Lakers to a 104-101 win over the Golden State Warriors in game four of the NBA Western Conference semifinals. The Lakers reserve player, Lonnie Walker IV scored a miraculous 15 points in the final quarter, including two free throws that put the Lakers ahead. The last time this happened was 26 years ago by the legend of Lakers, Kobe Bryant.

In this fourth game, The Lakers actually had a hard time facing the Warriors before Walker was joining in the last quarter. The Warriors had the upper hand until the end of the third quarter when they took an 84-77 lead over the Lakers. However, Walker managed to overturn that disadvantageous situation.

Lebron James commented on the situation saying that Lonnie became the MVP of this match. He also said that before the match, Lebron told Lonnie that he should always be ready because the team could need him at any time and that Lebron is happy to see Lonnie perform well.

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The Warriors actually had a good chance to take the lead, or at least equalize the points, in the last 20 seconds of the match. However, Stephen Curry’s two-point and three-point throw attempts in the last 20 seconds failed to produce results. This result spoiled Curry’s solid record of posting his third triple-double of his Playoff career with 31 points, 10 rebounds, 14 assists.

The Lakers’ victory over the Warriors in the match gave the Lakers a 3-1 lead over the Warriors in the western region semifinals. The Los Angeles team can now ensure a move to the region finals when playing at home to the Warriors.

Source : CNNIndonesia

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