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Horry:"Players dont care about that (lottery). They're playing for their futures."
BScott: "I dont care about that (lottery) stuff. Im just trying to get better as a basketball team."
In fairness to Philly, teams have been hedge-triple-teaming Wayne Ellington for years. AK
Couldn't tell from my baseline angle … may have been a pass from Ellington to Clarkson, as was credited in the box score.
26 pts, 11 assists for Jordan Clarkson in Lakers OT win. Goal is to have him say "Mabuhay" in an interview http://t.co/XQmT27NjIv
The No. 46 overall pick, Jordan Clarkson finished the game with 26 points, 11 assists and 6 boards, plus 3 steals.
Lakers win. Jordan Clarkson snuck in to grab an errant shot by Wayne Ellington, and put it home with 0.9 seconds left in OT.
That hurts the ol' lottery chances. Lakers almost surely finishing with NBA's 4th-worst record and 16% chance two teams pass them in lottery
That’s 20 wins on the season for the Lakers. Jordan Clarkson hits the game-winner in OT finishes w/ 26 pts, 11 asts, 6 rebs & 3 steals.
Lakers win! Lakers win! Lakers win?
JORDAN CLARKSON WINS THE GAME FOR THE LAKERS.
NERLENS NOEL TIES IT.
Tie game again … Noel hits it.
Nerlens Noel misses both free throws, but Sixers get an offensive rebound with 21.4 seconds left in overtime.
Philly, however, managed to get the offensive rebound on Noel's 2nd miss, so it's Sixers ball with 21.4 to play, down 2.
Noel, the 62% FT shooter, back to the line with 25.4 left. He hit 2 big ones in the final 4th Q minute … but misses both here.
Ryan Kelly fouls Nerlens Noel as he heads to the line with 25.4 left in OT.
Career highs tonight: Clarkson 11 assists, Brown 22 points, Kelly 4 blocks.
Timeout, Sixers. Lakers lead 111-109 with 31.9 seconds remaining in OT.
Sixers come up with a turnover to get the ball back, down 111-109 with 0:31.9 seconds to play. Time out.
Another put back from Noel cuts the 6-point LAL lead to 2 with 45 seconds to play.
Wayne Ellington's three gives Lakers a 111-105 lead with 1:25 left.
Ellington for 3 … good. Lakers up 6, until Noel's hoop inside. 111-107, 1:15 to play.
Wayne Ellington's jumper gives Lakers a 108-105 lead with 2:00 left.
Elligton's pull-up J, a tough shot, goes down to answer Covington's bucket in the paint. LAL still up 3, 2 min. to play.
LAL's small line up has worked in this OT. Sixers can't get around the perimeter defense and inside to test LAL's lack of rim protection.
Sigh. Lakers take the 106-103 lead with 2:57 remaining in overtime.
In its own weird right, this Lakers-Sixers OT game is kinda "League Pass Alert." AK
An Ellington layup, then steal and layup from Jabari Brown have LAL up 106-103 with 2:57 to play. Brown up to 22 points.
Wes Johnson with turnover and still cares about your pick, Lakers fans.
Sixers take a commanding 103-102 lead with 4:00 remaining in OT.
Jordan Hill and Tarik Black have both fouled out, while Ed Davis and Carlos Boozer have been DNP's. Sacre is available.
Check that, Canaan to the bench and JaKarr Sampson in at the 3.
After four quarters, both teams refuse to win and we're heading to overtime for the ninth time this season =(
Really liked the growth of Jordan Clarkson since getting quality time with Lakers. Front office deserves praise for grabbing him 2nd rd
Overtime it is. LAL's league-leading 9th time to the extra session. They're 5-3.
ISH SMITH MISSES THE LAYUP AND WE'RE GOING TO OVERTIME.
And then Lakers-Sixers went into OT as both teams just stared at the ball for the final 11.1 seconds. AK
TAKE THE LAST SHOT, SIXERS.
Sixers tried to freeze Jordan Clarkson there, but he makes both free throws and ties the game with 11.1 left.
It would behoove Philly to hold the ball for a final shot, but they didn't do that last time.
Clarkson stepped up and hit the pressure FT's again to reach 24 points in the game. Sixers ball, 11.1 left, 102-102.
Jordan Clarkson again drove to the hoop and drew a foul. The rookie is 6 for 8 at the FT line. 11.1 seconds left.
Jordan Clarkson heads to the free throw line with 11.1 seconds left.
PLEASE have Byron draw up a quick (and made) two point basket, then look at Brett Brown & say, "Two can play this game, sir!" AK
Sixers trapped Jordan Clarkson near halfcourt as Lakers call timeout.
GIVE THE BALL TO ROBERT SACRE AND GET OUT OF THE WAY
Nerlens Noel makes both free throws, but Lakers have one more chance to tie or win the game with 17.6 left.
Noel hit both FT's. The 62% FTer came through, yet LAL now have 17.6 seconds and the ball, can attack early trying to tie or lead.
"It's so dumb" - Stu Lantz on Sixers going early instead of taking the final shot of the game. LOLOLOLOLOL.
For some reason, Nerlens Noel drove to the hoop immediately, and drew a foul. He's a 62% shooter. Sixers could have held for a last shot.
Philly can hold for a last-second shot, with 22.3 to play. LAL have played 8 overtime games (5-3) this season.
Jordan Clarkson makes both free throws and ties the game at 100 with 22.3 seconds left. Timeout, Sixers.
Clarkson drove to his right again, and this time drew a PF. His 2 FT's with 22.3 left tied the game at 100. He has 22, 8 and 6.
That Ish ish. AK
Ish Smith makes the floater and Sixers regain the lead 100-98.
Philly got a driving bucket from Ish Smith with 31 seconds to play. LAL ball, down 2.
Lotta Lakers fans aren't happy right now
Jordan Clarkson with the layup as it's all tied up at 98 with 49.9 left.
And Jordan Clarkson ties the game on a drive to his right … Sixers ball, 0:49.9 to play. Quick 5-0 Lakers run.
JORDAN CLARKSON TIES IT.
Ryan Kelly responds back with a three as Lakers still trail by two.
Ryan Kelly answered a corner 3 from Covington with a 3 of his own to keep Philly's lead at 2, 1 minute left. LAL ball.
Jabari Brown makes both free throws as Lakers trail 95-93 with 2:00 left.
Philly went into crunch time at Cleveland last night before ultimately losing, struggling to find a bucket. They lead LAL by 2, 2:03 left.
My computer froze, but Sixers lead 95-91 with 2:03 remaining in game.
Smith hit a corner 3, but Clarkson answered with a tough layup. 95-91 Philly, 2:03 to play with Jabari Brown heading to the FT line.
Should I be surprised the Lakers are losing to the Sixers?
Make your free throws, Sixers.
Incredible block by Nerlens Noel on Jordan Hill there, but was wrongfully called for the foul. 92-87, Sixers.
A true "Ball Don't Lie" moment in Sheed's hometown as Noel's impressive block of Hill was called a foul, and Hill missed both FT's.
Lakers trail 92-87 with 4:25 remaining in the game. Nervous times here.
With this being Jabari Brown's second 10-day contract, Lakers will have to decide if they keep him for the remainder of the season.
Canaan, who's been big in this 4th Q, hit a 3... But Ellington answered to keep LAL within 5. 4:50 to play.
This is the last day of Jabari Brown's second 10-day contract. I've been impressed with him -- plays under control and takes good shots.
Midway through 4, Lakers trail 87-83 as Jabari Brown has 18 points.
Jabari Brown with another stepback jumper and leads the Lakers with 18.
Jabari Brown's been excellent offensively tonight, hitting another step-back J to reach a career high 18 points on 6 of 9 FG's (3 of 4 3's).
Sixers are on a 14-2 run these last couple of minutes, which works.
Make that 85-81, Sixers.
Well, well, well. Sixers have regained the lead at 83-81 with Isaiah Caanan heading to the free throw line.
It's a 9-0 run for the Sixers, LAL not having scored in a while, with a few turnovers. Philly leads 85-81, 7:40 left.
Thomas Robinson dunks on Robert Sacre and ties the game at 81. I've always liked Thomas Robinson.
Philly just got a fierce and-1 dunk from Thomas Robinson to tie the score at 81. LAL had led by as many as 8. 8:27 to play.
There's been a change to the scoreboard, but unfortunately, Lakers still lead 81-78 with 8:41 remaining.
The correct score: 81-78 Lakers with 8:41 to play.