The Portland Trail Blazers appeared to face the Los Angeles Lakers, ready to break their three-game losing streak and face the world champion. Damian Lillard made the best impression of Gladys Knight, picked up the microphone and fastened his belt, and focused on him. Unfortunately, his teammates are almost half-hearted. Lillard scored 35 points, but LeBron James countered with 28 points. James’ teammates are far better than Dame’s teammates. Portland only shot 37.8% from the field and 27.8 three-pointers to a 102-93 loss.
the first season
The Trail Blazers treated the Lakers like the rest of the meatloaf in the first three minutes and thwarted them. In most cases, they ran very fast and fought hard while Los Angeles was still calculating what to do. Lillard and Gary Trent (Jr.) took the lead in the offense, sinking a jumper while watching the Lakers. The home team found themselves calling the terrible “let̵
Both teams clicked at the start of the second, hitting from multiple ranges. However, neither company found sustained success. The opponent was crowded with multiple defenders, and the opponent was stripped and stuffed into the opponent, forcing a mistake. The only clear lens is the darker lens. The Trail Blazers won’t lose that game even on a spotty night. As the quarter began at noon, the trend began to turn. Behind James, the Lakers showed deadly seriousness in defense, both inside and outside. That’s a game that the Blazers won’t win even on the best night. Every time Riley gets to the rim, Lillard is stuffed with Lillard, and when all their friends bother them when they shoot, the Lakers take the lead. However, it was like waving a red cloak in front of Lillard. He shot, slipped and bent over through a Los Angeles trap, putting his team in trouble. By the end of halftime, even though the Lakers had increased their three-point shooting per round, Lillard had scored 24 points. That was enough to give Portland a 57-54 lead at halftime.
the third quater
At the beginning of the second half, the Trail Blazers and the Lakers may have begun selecting ten guys named Joe. The play is sloppy. Free throws and turnovers are a matter of the moment. The good news for Portland is that the Lakers threw houses at them when they tried to defend, but the Lakers still couldn’t get a breakup on the scoreboard. The team spent some time before the first 6:00, and then the score improved. Sadly, most of them are in Los Angeles. A solid defense is their hallmark. Their offense will not stay dormant forever. Portland still counts as blocks and steals, but their basic defense is falling apart. Three-pointers and fast breaks led Los Angeles to a double-digit lead. At the end of the period, the Trail Blazers closed it to 9. The Lakers led 85-76 after a three-pointer.
LeBron James was on the bench at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but that didn’t stop the Lakers from expanding their lead… This is a bad sign for Portland. When he checked in again, the situation got worse. Shot puts soared to 15. The Trail Blazers fell into despair/recovery only a quarter of an hour ago. Despair has no results, and there is no possibility of recovery. The individual scores of Lillard and Gary Trent Jr. are the best results the Blazers can call. The distance is not enough.
Fatigue, thinner lineups, and equal rules have all caught up with Portland. They will have to repaint and try again on Monday.
At 7:30 on Monday night, Portland returned home to welcome the Charlotte Hornets.