Lakers-Rockets Postgame Numbers

Houston Rockets v Los Angeles LakersWe broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 145-130 loss against Houston:

10,335
Career assists for Steve Nash, placing him third all-time in NBA history. With a feed to Jodie Meeks for a dunk in transition, Nash moved past Mark Jackson (10,334) on the assists list and now trails only John Stockton (15,086) and Jason Kidd (12,091).

38
Fastbreak points for the Lakers, a season high. They are averaging 23.4 fastbreak points per game over the last seven contests, an increase from 14.0 through the first 71 games.

33
Points apiece for Terrence Jones and James Harden. Jones had 23 by halftime to help pace Houston in the first half, while Harden put up 18 of the Rockets 49 in the third quarter when the visitors blew the game open. The two combined to shoot 23 for 33 from the floor (69.7 percent), and Harden also fell one assist shy of his career high.

27
Minutes for Jordan Farmar after missing the previous 11 games because of a strained groin. Farmar posted 15 points, eight assists, five rebounds, three steals and two blocks off the bench. “I feel good,” Farmar said postgame. “No setbacks, nothing to worry about, just disappointed in our performance. But other than that, physically I feel fine.”

6
Three-pointers for Nick Young towards a team-high 32 points in just 23 minutes due to foul trouble. In the last 11 games, Young is shooting 44.7 percent from beyond the arc and averaging 3.5 three-point makes per contest.