Originally posted on Fox Sports West  |  Last updated 1/9/12
LOS ANGELES--The Killer B's led the Lakers to a 90-82 win over the Memphis Grizzlies, their sixth straight victory at Staples Center. But it was the Terrible T'sas in turnoverswhich nearly killed the home team. Kobe Bryant, Andrew Bynum, Matt Barnes and Steve Blake combined for 69 points on 26-53 shooting. Bryant led in scoring with 26 points and added nine assists. Bynum had 15 and 15 rebounds while Barnes contributed 15 and 10. Blake scored 13 points, hitting half of his 3-point attempts. However, when they weren't making baskets or playing defense, they were giving the short-handed Grizzlies (3-5) every opportunity to steal a win. (Star power forward Zach Randolph is out for about 8 weeks after a serious knee injury). The "B's" also combined for 18 of the Lakers' season-high 27 turnovers that led to 24 Memphis points. It was a game that should have seen the injured Bryant and Gasol get some rest, yet actually saw them on the floor as the game ended. It has been nearly two DECAD...
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