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Silver Screen and Roll Nov 25, 2016

Lakers Highlights: Brandon Ingram blocked Kevin Durant aka his future self

So. Much. Length. The Los Angeles Lakers started out the first quarter of their rematch with the Golden State Warriors playing much better than they did earlier in the week, and a big part of their start was Brandon Ingram keying the break by blocking Kevin Durant: Defense turns to offense. BI with the block leads to a Luol Deng dunk on the other end. #LakeShow( : @SpectrumSN / @spectdeportes) pic.twitter.com/emNcva6Gb3— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) November 26, 2016 Can a player block their future mirror image? Ingram just gave us a rare example of #Blockception. You can follow this...

Warriors game day: How will Golden State follow up record-setting performance?

Steve Kerr, 3rd season with Warriors (153-26 with Warriors and overall); Luke Walton, 1st season with Lakers (8-8 with Lakers and overall) Warriors: PG Stephen Curry (26.4 ppg, 6.2 apg), SG Klay Thompson (20.7 ppg, 2.2 apg), SF Kevin Durant (27.0 ppg, 8.1 rpg), PF Draymond Green (10.4 ppg, 9.1 rpg, 7.1 apg), C Zaza Pachulia (4.7 ppg, 6.1 rpg) Lakers: PG Jose Calderon (4.5 ppg, 2.0 apg), SG Jordan Clarkson (14.9 ppg, 2.7 rpg), SF Brandon Ingram (7.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg), PF Luol Deng (6.8 ppg, 5.5 rpg), C Timofey Mozgov (8.9 ppg, 4.7 rpg) Warriors injury report: C Damian Jones (D-League...
Silver Screen and Roll Nov 25, 2016

Lakers Podcast: Discussing how Kobe Bryant and Derrick Rose's departures have been addition by subtraction with Sean Highkin

Two franchise icons departed Los Angeles and Chicago this summer, and both teams have dealt with their absences differently. Locked on Lakers returns from its Thanksgiving hiatus with a new Friday episode, featuring a discussion with Sean Highkin of the Athletic Chicago and Locked on Bulls. Sean joined Anthony to discuss Luol Deng's inauspicious start to the season, the ways Kobe Bryant and Derrick Rose's departures have affected the Lakers and Bulls, respectively, and Sean's first visit to Roscoes. Before that, Harrison and Anthony briefly discussed the Lakers getting beat down by the...
Los Angeles Times Nov 19, 2016

Lakers' Luol Deng helped shape the Bulls' Jimmy Butler into the player he is today, and now they'll face each other

As a rookie in 2011, Jimmy Butler quickly latched onto Luol Deng’s routine. Deng was the Chicago Bulls’ veteran small forward, the player Butler would one day replace. At the time, though, neither man was thinking like that. Butler had simply heard Deng had a habit of shooting each evening, so...
Orange County Register Nov 19, 2016
Lakers' Luol Deng tries to inspire as a teammate and philanthropist

Lakers' Luol Deng tries to inspire as a teammate and philanthropist

The newly signed contract seemingly gave Lakers forward Luol Deng anything he wanted. Guaranteed $72 million over the next four years, Deng’s new working environment promised a pleasant climate outside and the intoxicating bright lights inside...
Silver Screen and Roll Nov 19, 2016

Luol Deng showed he can be effective at power forward for the Lakers, which might be a problem

Los Angeles might have found a solution to Deng’s woes, but the cost of minutes for their younger players may not make it worth it. Luol Deng’s box score from the Los Angeles Lakers 116-107 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night won’t blow anyone way. 10 points on 10 shots with six rebounds, three assists, one steal, four fouls, and a team-high 33 minutes still aren’t the type of production most people expect from a team’s highest paid player. The game was still one of Deng’s best efforts of the season, and it highlighted a real issue for the Lakers: although Deng was...
Orange County Register Nov 13, 2016
Lakers highlight Luol Deng's leadership, while downplaying shooting struggles

Lakers highlight Luol Deng's leadership, while downplaying shooting struggles

MINNEAPOLIS – The superlatives rolled off of Tom Thibodeau’s tongue. The Minnesota Timberwolves coach could not praise Luol Deng enough for his productivity, training habits and team mindset during their time together with the Chicago Bulls...
Rotoworld Nov 11, 2016

Luol Den gives way to Brandon Ingram - Luol Deng (F) Los Angeles Lakers

Luol Deng played just 23 minutes and hit 1-of-5 shots for two points, six rebounds and a steal in Thursday's win over the Kings.

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