As it turns out, when they aren’t being bogged down by Mike Brown’s awful lineup choices and peculiar offensive strategies, the Los Angeles Lakers are pretty good. On Sunday night L.A. won its second consecutive game, beating the Sacramento Kings 103-90 at home.
Dwight Howard led the way for the Lakers with a monster 23 point, 18 rebound showing. Kobe Bryant pitched in 20 points, six rebounds and six assists, too. Four of the Lakers’ five starters finished in double digits, and the only one who didn’t (Steve Blake) played a mere 14 minutes.
Jimmer Fredette led the way for Sacramento with 18 points on seven of nine shooting.