I was hit even though I knew it.
The Los Angeles Lakers return home with a 1-1 win in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs. They won the first game against the Golden State Warriors, but lost 100-127 in the second game held on the 5th (Korean time).
After the victory in the last game크크크벳a voice of caution came out from within the Lakers. Golden State was the winning team last season. I had a strong intuition that I wouldn’t back down just like this.
“Game 2 is going to be a different game,” Anthony Davis said. “I don’t want to win or lose,” he said.
It was as Davis said. Golden State changed their starting lineup. The starting center, Kevon Rooney, was removed and a green was put in the capital. The plan was to see the match with a small lineup.
Unlike the first game, the second game was aggressive in entering the paint zone. He wasn’t afraid of Davis.
He broke through from the front line and turned Davis into a blocker. Stephen Curry finished the game with a pass, delivering 12 assists.
The Lakers struggled throughout the game except for the first quarter. Lebron James struggled, scoring 14 points in the first quarter alone, but it was not enough.
LeBron admitted defeat, saying, “Golden State came with a different attitude. They adjusted what didn’t play Game 1. In fact, we knew they would come like that. Golden State isn’t the champion.”
Lakers manager Davin Ham and Rui Hachimura, who scored the second most points on the team that day, had a similar reaction. Hamm said, “I could see that Golden State prepared a lot to catch Game 2,” and Hachimura said, “It was too difficult to block all four shooters. Golden State played a really aggressive defense. All loose balls and rebounds. I won the fight,” he said.
Golden State regained confidence. In the first round against the Sacramento Kings just before, they overturned to 4 wins and 3 losses even after losing both games 1 and 2. Curry pressed the Lakers, saying, “We have a variety of numbers. I can play in many ways.”