LA Rallies From Big Deficit To Beat Warriors, Takes 3-1 Lead

I believed that this second-round showdown against the Golden State Warriors would, at best, 

represent the end of your Los Angeles Lakers' illustrious postseason journey. 

I was still hedging my bets even after LA took a 2-1 series lead on Saturday and appeared to be the superior squad. 

The Lakers defeated the defending champions tonight at Arena after falling behind by double digits in the third quarter, 

104-101, to establish a commanding 3-1 lead in this series. LeBron James and a very, 

very odd bench swingman took over the scoring for LA in the second half after Anthony Davis went scoreless in the first. 

At the outset of the match, the Lakers appeared to be the stronger team. 

LA sought to highlight Anthony Davis early, likely conscious of worries that he might play quietly after a very loud 25-point,