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By Estela Reyes

On November 4th, the Los Angeles Lakers played against the Golden State Warriors at home. Kevin Durant was the key player of the night for the Warriors, scored a staggering 27 points. Stephen Curry’s streak of 157 straight games with a three came to an end after he went 0 of 10. The Lakers defend their home court with a 20 point victory over Golden State.

Some say the NBA championship favorites looked “unprepared and uninspired.” Laker fans were extremely proud and happy some state “Lakers are putting on a show and it’s a lot of fun to watch” considering the team has not won more than 21 games in each of the last two seasons, the new Lakers are going in the right direction.

 Luke Walton the Lakers coach watched as his team celebrated a victory, although it is far too early in the season to celebrate anything, Walton thinks the Lakers’ future is looking good. “It obviously feels better because they’re the best, they’re as good as it gets” states Walton and he watches the progress the team continues to make. “It’s our annual beat down at Staples by the Lakers” Steve Kerr states, the head coach of the Warriors, “let’s give them credit, they came with sky high energy and played really well.”