Lakers Tied Massive Franchise Record In Win vs. Grizzlies

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The Los Angeles Lakers made 22 3-pointers against the Memphis Grizzlies on November 14.

The 22 3s the Lakers made are tied for the most in franchise history.

The Lakers destroyed the Grizzlies by a final score of 134-107. Los Angeles shot 22-of-35 from 3.

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“You don’t want to be that guy (struggling) when the team is shooting extremely well,” Lakers superstar LeBron James said. “You want to chip in and be a part of it. Definitely a great shooting night for us tonight and a good win for us.”

The Lakers have won three games in a row. They are now 6-5 on the season.

“They were all good looks and we were just making them,” Lakers forward Rui Hachimura said. “Especially with LeBron and AD getting most of the attention from the defenses … you’re going to get easy looks.”

Seven Lakers hit at least one 3-pointer against the Grizzlies. It was a great performance by the purple and gold, who will look to win their fourth straight game today versus the Sacramento Kings.

D’Angelo Russell led the Lakers with 24 points. The lefty shot 6-of-8 from 3 in 26 minutes. Hachimura had 23 points while hitting three 3-pointers, LeBron scored 16 points while drilling three 3-pointers, Austin Reaves put up 16 points while going a perfect 4-of-4 from deep and Cam Reddish chipped in 10 points while making three 3s.

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LA isn’t going to shoot this well every night. However, it was nice to see the team finally break out of its shooting slump.

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