Here are the highlights of the Game 4 Western Conference Semi-Finals match between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets which was scheduled on September 11, 2020 (Local Time).
The Los Angeles Lakers crushes the Houston Rockets in Game 4.
The Lakers beats the Rockets in the points in the paint category as they lead by 38. Not only that, but they also outrebounded the Rockets. They have rebounded 52 total rebounds as a team to Rockets’ 26.
“The Brow” played very well in this game as he drained 10 out of his 18 attempts in the floor. Not only that, but he also went perfect in the free-throw line as he hit 9 out of his 9 attempts and also blocked 2 shots. He scored 29 big points for his team and grabbed 12 boards.
“The King” played as a facilitator in this game as he looked for open teammates and make plays for his team. He finished the game with a near triple-double as he scored 16 points, grabbed 15 rebounds, and dished out 9 assists.
Coming off from the bench, Alex Caruso, had a big impact in this game, especially in the fourth quarter. When his team was down by 5 in the last second of the fourth quarter, he finds himself open in the corner and drained a three-point shot against Harden off of an assist by James. After a couple of sequences, when Eric Gordon was driving to the rim, he was then greeted by Caruso and got his shot blocked.
Meanwhile, the Rockets’ best scorer, James Harden, did not play really well in this game as he only hit 2 out of his 11 attempts in the field including hitting just 1 out of his 6 attempts beyond the arc. He only relied on his free throws as he hit 16 out of his 20 attempts in the foul line. He finished the game with a double-double as he scored 21 points and dished out 10 assists.
His teammate, who played most of the game for the Rockets, Russell Westbrook scored 25 points and hit 3 three-point shots in 41 minutes of action.
The series will resume on Sunday at 8:00 AM for Game 5.
Los Angeles Vs Houston Game 4 Box Score
Lakers (110) – Davis 29, James 16, Caruso 16, Rondo 11, Green 10, Caldwell-Pope 10.
Rockets (100) – Westbrook 25, Harden 21, Gordon 19, Rivers 14, Green 9.