Rui Hachimura's Reflection on Lakers' Game Plan Against Warriors

Apr 11, 2024

Rui Hachimura reflects on the Lakers' game plan against the Warriors and how it backfired.

The Lakers' Game Plan

Without their best rim protector, the Lakers focused on denying the Warriors' 3-point shots.

Guarding the 3-Point Line

The Lakers allowed the Warriors to hit a record 26 of 41 3-pointers, led by Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.

Record-Breaking 3-Pointers

Rui Hachimura expressed his disappointment with the Lakers' game plan and the lack of rim protection.

Hachimura's Disappointment

Anthony Davis was absent from the game after getting hit in the head during a previous match.

Davis' Absence

The Lakers slipped to the ninth seed in the West after their second consecutive loss.

Lakers' Ranking

Rui Hachimura recorded a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds in the game.

Hachimura's Performance

Draymond Green highlighted the difference in the Lakers' defense without Anthony Davis.

Missing Davis' Impact

Austin Reaves acknowledges Draymond Green's exceptional performance and competitor spirit.

Austin Reaves' Perspective

The Lakers recognize the need to regroup and focus on their remaining two games.

Time to Regroup

The Warriors now hold the season tie-breaker against the Lakers, making the upcoming games crucial.

Warriors' Season Tie-Breaker

Rui Hachimura emphasizes the importance of the next two games for the Lakers and their determination to win.

Hachimura's Determination