Catch n' Shoot: December 1, 2010

Catch n' Shoot: December 1, 2010

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  • Lenny Wilkens is trying to get an NBA team back in Seattle. I really do hope this happens, as long as it doesn't mean the league expands, of course. How about the Kings? No one really gives a shit about them and Sacramento to Seattle isn't as much a climate difference as other options -- if this is an option. I seriously just threw that out there.
  • After blowing a 19-pt lead in Utah, the Lakers (13-5) lost to Indy and have now lost three straight after getting knocked off by the Grizzlies (8-10) 98-96 in Memphis. From the AP preview: "After averaging 112.5 points in its first 14 games, Los Angeles
    has been held to 95.3 per game over the last three while shooting a
    combined 39.9 percent." The Lakers shot 31.8% in this loss.

    Six Grizzlies scored in double figures, led by Mike Conley's 28. Rudy Gay had six blocks, furthering the added hustle in his game -- and that's after getting paid. L.A. out-rebounded Memphis 42-29 and was more efficient in a higher volume at the FT line (21-for-25, 80% to 12-for-16, 75%). "This season, the Lakers are 2-3 when Bryant attempts at least 25 shots
    in a game, compared to 11-2 when he attempts fewer than 25 shots," according to ESPN Stats.

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