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Discipline: What the Lakers Need To Finish Off the Nuggets in Game Six

Published by on May 29, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

With three often-dominant big men, most assume that the Lakers would use the inside game to their advantage.

People assume that the Lakers would start the game by pounding the ball into 7'1" Andrew Bynum, and then they'd finish the game pounding it into 7' Pau Gasol. And in between all that pounding inside, 6'10" Lamar Odom would use his freakish versatility to absolutely confound the opposing team's power forward.

Well, that's how Game Five of the Lakers-Nuggets series went, with the Los Angeles outscoring Denver by 18 in points in the paint.

So we should assume that's how they'll play Game Six, right?

Not necessarily.

The Lakers have a history of playing at their opponent's tempo...

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