Lakers took on Harriers of Miami Hamilton for the second time this season. The game was high competitive through first 36 minutes of the game. The Harriers pulled away in the last 4 minutes as the Lakers offense stalled and turnovers became an issue for the Lakers.
Inside the Box Score:
- Lakers offense was an shot an efficient 47% from the field but the Harriers shot 49% themselves.
- Turnover battle stood 18 to 17, but the majority of the 18 Laker turnovers were live ball turnovers.
- Miami Hamilton won the battle on the boards. Their 17 offensive rebounds let to 26 second chance points
- Lakers had 4 different players with at least 14 points. Kain Luthman led the Lakers with 15 points 10 rebounds and 5 assists.
Highlight of the Game:
Seamus Anglin had the highlight of the game, and arguably the Laker season when he put down a two hand slam in transition on Miami Hamilton's Mike Collins.
What Coach Says:
"I was really proud of the way our guys competed. Our offense created great looks, but we need to do a better job of finishing possessions. We cannot give up 17 offensive rebounds, that was the difference in the game", Coach Westerlund said. Coach Westerlund also said, "This is a new group. We continue to get better with every game and practice. We are looking forward to getting back in the gym to get better this week as we prepare for a very good Andrews team."