Smart Play of the Day: Lakers Keep Throwing Lobs to Bynum | Kobe Struggles

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| March 19th, 2012 | 966 Views

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Today’s Smart Play of the Day is actually a bunch of smart plays by a bunch of different teammates.  Kobe Bryant had his worst shooting night (3-20 fg) in more than seven years and the Lakers committed 24 turnovers in just three quarters vs the Jazz.   The only thing working in this game was throwing the ball to Andrew Bynum.  Bynum was not only effective he was dominant with 33 pts on 12-14 shooting and 9-12 from the free throw line.   As a coach and a teammate, even new teammate Ramon Sessions, it was obvious what the smart thing was to do and that resulted in a quite a few alley oop dunks.

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