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Spurs Win Game 4
The Lakers are done for the season.
You could tell that even the true Laker fans knew it was a wash as the final quarter saw the entire celebrity seating section empty. It was only the die-hards who held out hope that somehow a miracle would come. It never did.
The game was almost an ‘easy sweep’ as Tony Parker scored 23 points, and Duncan came up with 11 and six rebounds. It was enough for the San Antonio Spurs to topple the injury-plagued Los Angeles Lakers with a 103-82 victory in Game 4 on Sunday night.
The second-seeded Spurs will face the winner of Denver’s series with Golden State in the second round.
In his final game before unrestricted free agency, Dwight Howard scored seven points before getting ejected early in the third quarter for arguing. What a shame!?
In his final game before unrestricted free agency, Dwight Howard scored seven points before getting ejected early in the third quarter for arguing. Pau Gasol had 16 points for the Lakers, who were swept from the postseason for the second time in three years despite a late courtside appearance by Kobe Bryant on crutches.
Howard said the season was “like a nightmare. It’s like a bad dream, and we just couldn’t wake up from it. That’s what it felt like.”
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