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NBA Talk #140: What will the Lakers do with their 2019 4th Overall Selection?
Image Source What's up basketball fans! I am here again @dwin0603 to give you another exciting basketball discussion for another episode of NBA Talk, and today we will talk about the Los Angeles Lakers and what are their plans with their 4th Overall pick. Let's begin! An important Off-season is coming for the Lakers. To a lottery pick that becomes a 4th overall and a nice looking cap space that can be filled with a max free agent. It will be an exciting year for the Lakers as they try to improve their roster around LeBron James. They have a handful of gems to use for trade and build a new super team. Some teams are busy scouting and looking for a young prospect to use their draft pick but it seems that the Lakers have a different thought in mind. According to rumors, the Lakers are looking to trade their 4th overall pick to a proven veteran. Well, that's a great move I believe. Because you don't want to wait for a young player to develop and waste another good year of LeBron's aging career. Image Source L.A.'s last season was a tragedy after falling out of a playoff spot with a record of 37 wins and 45 loses. The Lakers are open and currently entertaining some inquiries about the No. 4 pick. They wanted a player who is established enough that can help LeBron in their playoff run. They may be saving the pick for a huge trade but still listening to offers. Anthony Davis is still in their interest but it's likely not happening. We never know, but the chances are not really high. As the free agency nearing, I expect the Lakers to make some big moves and they might trade other young stars and not just the 4th pick. Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram, and Lonzo Ball might be on the move too. Let's see what will happen in July. That is all for today folks. I would love to hear your thoughts about this article, so drop your comments now and let's have some basketball talk. 😁
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James Harden fires for 38 points
Monday nights playoff scores Milwaukee bucks won 113 to 101 Boston Celtics lead 3 -1 Golden State Warriors 108 to 112 Houston Rockets - tied 2-2 Harden connected on 13 of his total shots, plus 6 from the three-point range, as the Rocket fought back a late Warriors rally to record a 112-108 points 4 win. He further 10 rebounds, four assists and a pair of blocks and made six of his eight free throws. Houston used a salvo of treys to rush into a double-digit lead in the second quarter, opening with a Harden 26-footer at the 7:12 mark that hard-pressed the Rockets to a 39-37 lead. With 5:33 left in the first half, Harden bothered Klay Thompson on the perimeter before joining with a trademark step-back triple over the Warriors watch though drawing a foul to set up an impending four-point play. Harden scored 20 points in the second half. including two vital baskets in the final six minutes of the fourth quarter as the Rockets positively resisted a late Warriors surge. While he missed one of two free throws with 11.5 seconds left, Chris Paul was able to make a free lob with 2.9 seconds remaining that iced the game and snarled the series Speaking proximately after the game, Harden said: "Our motto was 'keep fighting'. We know how tough they are. We had to stay in 'attack mode' and be aggressive. We just kept fighting for four quarters”. "There are a lot of people who have 'got game' in this series. It's every possession "There are a lot of people who have 'got game' in this series. It's every possession” https://e0.365dm.com/19/05/1600x900/james-harden-houston-rockets_4661241.jpg?20190507045555 source
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