LA’s dire stats for the third quarter make fans nervous

After having a pretty good first half, Los Angeles Lakers experience another terrifying third quarter that cost them the game against Boston Celtics.

With the return of LeBron James after a two-week absence due to abs, the Lakers come to TD Garden with high hopes. LeBron’s return initially looked decent as the Lakers entered the first half with a 1-point lead 61-60. However, things went wrong in the third quarter again, quickly turning the tide, causing a massive 130-108 loss in Boston. The Lakers were unstoppable Boston’s Jayson Tatum, who finished with a double 37 points and 11 rebounds.

It’s no secret that the Lakers have absolutely terrible third quarter performance of every game this season. Earlier this week, Lakers head coach Frank Vogel was asked about their third-quarter performance through the weekend, in which he said he’s not sure what’s really going on — they relate. continued failure to execute the game plan.

To put things into perspective on how bad the Lakers were in the third quarter, StatMuse revealed on Twitter LA were the second-worst third-quarter team in the league, leading only the growing group Detroit Pistons—Definitely not ideal for a team with championship aspirations.

The Lakers need to address this as soon as possible, and it can be seen that LeBron James and co are very unhappy about this current trend.

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James Brien

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