We broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 125-109 loss against San Antonio:
Percentage of field goals made by Tony Parker in three games against the Lakers this season (26 for 38). Parker made 11 of his 16 field goals towards a game-high 25 points, plus five assists and three boards.
Fourth-quarter points for San Antonio, the league’s top scoring team in the final 12 minutes (27.1). The Spurs also held the Lakers to just 4 of 19 field goals (21.1 percent) as they pulled away down the stretch to notch their 11th straight win.
Points for Xavier Henry in 32 minutes off the bench. Henry led part of a second unit that helped spark a Lakers rally in the first half, as they cut what was once an 11-point deficit to a single point by halftime. Postgame, Henry stated his knee is starting to feel better after missing two-plus months with a knee strain.
Rebounds for Robert Sacre, a career high. Sacre gave L.A. a lift on the defensive side inside all game long, particularly in the second quarter, when San Antonio shot just 35.7 percent from the floor.
Steals for Kent Bazemore, a career high. He also added 13 points (three triples) plus three assists. Along with Sacre, Bazemore was active defensively, which allowed L.A. to get back in the game in the first half.