Gen.G Tigers vs. Lakers Gaming - 07/09/21 - NBA 2K League

Friday, July 9

9:00 PM - ET

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Gen.G Tigers Dominate, Secure Win Over Lakers Gaming

Juan Pablo Aravena | RotoWire

Gen.G Tigers swept Lakers Gaming in their two-game series on Friday, winning the first game by an 88-63 score and the second one by an 88-70 result.

Gen.G Tigers got off to an impressive start in the series and raced out to a Game 1 victory, but that was a comeback-style effort since Lakers Gaming jumped out to the lead in the first quarter, 22-18. Gen.G Tigers would respond quickly, though, and a 29-10 score in the second five minutes of action would set the tone for the rest of the contest. The Gen.G Tigers didn’t slow things down after the break and mustered a 22-15 lead in the third quarter, and they closed things out with a 19-16 score in the final five minutes. Without further ado, this was a huge showing for Gen.G Tigers, as they left their slow start behind to secure a dominant victory of 88-63.

As has been the trend all season long, Bsmoove and Jmoney carried Gen.G Tigers in this matchup, with Bsmoove putting up 32 points and Jmoney contributing 28 points and 16 dimes. Feast ended with 16 points and nine assists. BOHIO was the best player for Lakers Gaming in this loss, as he ended with 21 points and seven assists, while ReeseDaGod chipped in with 15 points, three assists, and two rebounds. Krazy had a double-double of 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Gen.G Tigers rode the momentum from their Game 1 victory in Game 2 and quickly established a 21-14 lead in the first quarter, and they’d increase that advantage to 14 points with a 24-17 score in the second quarter. Lakers Gaming showed a different attitude in the third quarter and they made it a single-point game following a 24-19 third-quarter score, but it was still a nine-point deficit. Gen.G Tigers didn’t want any problems or threats of a potential bounceback, though, and they closed the game out by winning the fourth quarter by a 24-15 score. In the end, Gen.G Tigers sealed the deal and won by a 88-70 final score.

Bsmoove delivered 33 points to carry Gen.G Tigers to victory, while Jmoney ended with 19 points and 11 assists. TURNUPDEFENSE had 15 points and six boards, while Feast ended with 14 points, eight boards and four assists. BOHIO had a woeful game for the Lakers with just two points, so ReeseDaGod (24 points) and Krazy (22 points, eight rebounds) picked up the slack for the struggling point guard. Plus, Tactuk ended with 18 points.

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