Found February 05, 2012 on
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The Los Angeles Lakers take their oh so familiar, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” act on the road for their first extensive road trip of the season. Thanks to a lost to the Utah Jazz last night 96-87, they’re 1-1 with a week full of road work to follow.
The previous evening, they went into the “Mile High Club”, better know as the Pepsi Center and a got a big win against the Denver Nuggets 93-89. So what was the difference between Friday Night and Saturday night?
He scored 13 points on Friday and only scored 4 on Saturday. Now obviously, I don’t literally mean that Goudelock is “the difference maker”, but its what he represents, that fourth individual that can assist the Lakers “Big Three” with some offensive production.
In Utah, The Mamba had 26 points, The Spaniard had 24 points and 16 rebounds, and AB had 21 points and 12 boards. The next highest scorer for the Lakers was Matt Barnes with 5 points.
In the words of the ESPN Gameday crew, “Come on Man!”
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