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The Los Angeles Lakers will be aiming to keep up and push on with their recent Super performance as they take on The Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers of course will be looking forward to making sure they secure themselves Victory over the Lakers as Lakers did when the two sides first met.
Meanwhile for the Lakers, their struggles to generate points over this recent stretch without LeBron James continues to be the biggest culprit for their six losses over the last nine games.
And according to reports, LeBron James is expected to miss a few more games, he’ll miss today’s game against the Cavaliers and Tuesday’s game against the Bulls.
Fortunately for the Lakers, a home matchup with the leagues’ worst defense may be just what the doctor ordered.
Cleveland will enter Staples Center with a woeful defensive rating of 118.3, and the Cavaliers have also lost their last 12 games in a row.
James’ former squad is also dead last in the league standings, but the organization is likely content as it fills its free time watching an endless loop of a Zion Williamson dunk reels.
One thing the Lakers need to get back to doing if they want to improve — against Cleveland and moving forward — is start getting out on the break again.
Utah did a fantastic job in dictating and gumming the tempo against Los Angeles, limiting their transition game by fouling the initial leak-out man before he got to the rim.
The Lakers simply cannot allow this trend to continue if they want to find success without James and get back in the winning column.
Pushing tempo and attacking in early transition is likely the optimal route for the team as currently constructed
But if stuck in another half-court fist fight, they should have better fortunes against the Cavaliers as they allow the most points per 100 half-court plays in the league according to Cleaning the Glass.
The team will once again be without James and Rondo when they head home, but thanks to a fourth-quarter hand injury, might also miss Michael Beasley’s scoring punch off the bench.
Despite Cleveland’s current standing and play, the Lakers as they learned from their loss to the Knicks should not take anyone lightly while they’re without James.
The Cavaliers took Los Angeles down to the wire in their previous meeting, and should be hungry to hang a loss on James’ new team.
After Cleveland, the Lakers will face another underperforming squad in the Chicago Bulls before heading into a brutal stretch against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors.
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost to Houston Rockets 141-113. James Harden had another triple-double with 43 points, 12 assists, and 10 rebounds.
Cleveland loss against the Rockets was expected but perhaps not this bad. In November, the Cavs beat the Rockets 117-108.
Rockets are one of six Western Conference teams the Cavs play in their next few games. The Cavs are on a six-game Western Conference road trip.
The trip began with the Pelicans and ends with the Denver Nuggets. Their next game is against the Los Angeles Lakers.
And of course, definitely this game takes place later today. On Friday, the Lakers lost to the Utah Jazz, and the Lakers played this game without James.
And actually the fact is that the Lakers Starman LeBron James is getting re-evaluated on Wednesday
Therefore till then, the Los Angeles Lakers are without him, and of course the Cavs could take advantage of this and end their losing streak.
Base on their recent performances, it shows the Lakers Freshly coming off consecutive wins for the first time in over a month, the Lakers ran into the buzzsaw that was the Utah Jazz’s defense on Friday night.
It’s pretty obvious Since December 27th, the first game played without James and backup point guard Rajon Rondo, the Lakers are scoring only 101.6 points per 100 possessions