Another super five! Lakers coach: Will let James play more center

  On October 29th, Beijing time, in the NBA regular season, the Lakers lost to the Timberwolves 102-111. After the game, Lakers coach Darwin Hamm said he would let LeBron James serve as a center for more time at the end of the game.

  At the critical moment of the game, the Lakers lined up a super five-line lineup of Westbrook, Beverley, Reeves, Brown and James, with James serving as the center of the team.

  After the game, talking about the Lakers’ ultra-small lineup at critical moments, Hamm said: “I will carefully consider letting James play more at the 5th position at the end of the game.”

  Vogel was fired because of his obsession with that lineup, which proved difficult to win with James playing at center last season. Unexpectedly, Hamm is also very optimistic about this lineup, putting up a super small lineup to fight against the twin towers of the Timberwolves.

  In this game, Timberwolves center Gobert scored 22 points and 21 rebounds, and Towns also contributed 21 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists.

  (Xu Chu)

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