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Xavier Henry of the Lakers would like everyone who was watching the Lakers and Clippers on opening night that he is excited to be getting some playing time. Check out the tomahawk dunk he threw down during the first quarter. Well done, young fella.
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The Los Angeles Lakers bench led a fourth quarter comeback in Tuesday night's NBA season opener with a 41 point explosion to defeat their crosstown rival Clippers 116-103. The Lakers bench scored the final 48 points of the game, with five Lakers bench players scored 10 or more points. Leading the way was guard Xavier Henry, who led the way with 22 points and added 6 rebounds...
Welcome to the Los Angeles Lakers, Xavier.
Before Xavier Henry put up 22 points in a shocking win against the Clippers on Tuesday night, the 22-year-old had around 20,000 Twitter followers, according to That NBA Lottery Pick.
48 hours later – and a night after he scored 14 points against the Warriors – Henry’s follower count has increased to 35,000.
It probably helped that...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Xavier Henry scored a career-high 22 points, Jordan Farmar added 16, and five Los Angeles Lakers reserves surged past the Los Angeles Clippers in the fourth quarter for a surprising 116-103 victory in both clubs' season opener Tuesday night. With Kobe Bryant watching in street clothes behind Pau Gasol and Steve Nash on the Lakers' bench, Jodie Meeks...
LOS ANGELES, CA - The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 116 – 103. Sorry Clipper fans, you still aren’t the best team in LA. I know how much you want to be. Since I was doing the BadCulture Radio show, I didn’t have a chance to see my Lakers put a whoopin on our little brothers, the Clippers. Below is the Associated Press report: LOS ANGELES (AP) – Xavier...
Coach Mike D’Antoni gave 11 guys at least 13 minutes of floor time in a stunning and exhilarating upset win over the Clippers on opening night.
The good vibe that was created among the players in the pre-season was evident through the first three quarters, as the Lakers trailed the more talented Clippers by only six points after 36 minutes. But the good vibe then erupted in full...