We broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 108-105 loss at Milwaukee:
Games missed due to injury/illness for both teams combined. The Lakers (256) and Bucks (218) rank first and second in the league, respectively, in that category. As such, L.A. has used 32 different starting lineups this season, while Milwaukee has used 26.
Percentage of field goals made by Milwaukee, as all but one of their players – Jeff Adrien – hit at least 50 percent of their shots. Since the All-Star break, the Bucks rank sixth in the league in terms of offensive efficiency (108.6).
Points for Brandon Knight on 12 for 21 shooting from the floor, including 2 for 4 from the three-point line. In two games vs. the Lakers this season, Knight averaged 33.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals on 58.7 percent field goals and 41.7 percent from the three-point line.
Second-chance points for the Lakers. They held a plus-five edge on the glass overall and a plus-four advantage on the offensive glass, in large part due to Jordan Hill (16 rebounds, nine offensive).
Offensive rebounds for Hill, a career high. Hill also had a career-tying 28 points, plus 16 rebounds. In the last four games, the Arizona product is averaging 18.5 points, 12.0 rebounds and 1.3 blocks on 69.8 percent field goals.