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Obviously It wasn’t easy but the Lakers took down Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. Anthony Davis finished with 27 points and 10 rebounds
while LeBron James finished with 22 points, 11 assists, and eight rebounds for the Los Angeles Lakers in the win.
Lakers got 41 points from their bench, led by Dwight Howard and Kyle Kuzma, who chipped in 12 points apiece.
The former Indiana Pacers point guard Darren Collison has decided to remain retired.
Collison was Los Angeles Lakers last meaningful chance at a roster upgrade following a quiet trade deadline.
The 32-year-old point guard was drawing considerable interest from the Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers
who sought after Collison’s services as a secondary ball-handler and 3-point shooter off of the bench.
Collison averaged 11 points and six assists with the Pacers last season while knocking down a healthy 47 percent of his 3-point shots.
Los Angeles is still trying to find a way to generate consistent offense with James on the bench
Recently, DeAndre Ayton returned to finish with 28 points and 19 rebounds while Devin Booker added 21 points and nine assists in a losing effort for the Suns
who have now lost five of their last six games. Murray scored a game-high 36 points on 14-for-17 shooting for the Nuggets
The Suns have actually been serviceable on the road this season, going a respectable 11-14 in 25 games away from home this year.
However, they’ve struggled at home, winning just 10 of their first 28 games at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
While they will have to find a way to improve on that mark during the second half of the year, the Suns will play 19 of their final 34 games away from home.
Phoenix made a difficult decision to waive guard Tyler Johnson on Sunday night, according to a source Adrian Wojnarowski.
After falling out of the rotation in mid-December, Johnson has seen action in just three of the team’s last 13 games
However the Phoenix Suns couldn’t contain Jamal Murray on Saturday night, falling short at home versus the Denver Nuggets