Warriors Gaming Squad vs. Lakers Gaming - 07/21/21 - NBA 2K League

Wednesday, July 21

7:00 PM - ET

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Warriors Gaming Squad Sweep Lakers Gaming In Tight Two-Game Series

Juan Pablo Aravena | RotoWire

Warriors Gaming Squad won the first game of the series by a 66-64 score, and they also secured the victory in Game 2 by a 67-60 score.

Warriors Gaming Squad got off to a strong start in the first game of the series and jumped out to a 20-15 lead in the first quarter, though that differential was slightly reduced following a 19-17 score in the second quarter for Lakers Gaming. Warriors Gaming Squad didn’t want any surprises, though, and they pulled away for good with a 19-14 score in the third quarter. Lakers Gaming won the final quarter by a 16-10 score, but that wasn’t enough to pull out the miracle comeback and Warriors Gaming Squad ended winning the first game of the series.

CB13 was the leading scorer for Warriors Gaming Squad in the first game of the series, ending with 21 points and 11 assists, while ANTOINE had 10 points. Gradient notched 10 points, and Hezi had an excellent all-around effort with 18 points, 10 boards, six steals, three assists and two blocks. ReeseDaGod had 25 points and 12 assists for Lakers Gaming, and he also added two rebounds and two steals. Seese had 10 points, and Krazy filled the stat sheet admirably despite the loss with 21 points, 11 rebounds, four steals, two assists and a block.

Despite looking overmatched in the fourth quarter of Game 1, Warriors Gaming Squad took advantage of the momentum they gained by closing things out in the opening contest and grabbed the lead in the first quarter following a 21-19 score. Lakers Gaming responded with two improved performances in both the second (12-10) and third (20-18) quarters, so they were up by two points entering the final five minutes of the game. Warriors Gaming stepped their game up when it mattered the most, though, and they outscored Lakers Gaming by an 18-9 score in the fourth quarter. That was enough to complete the comeback, win 67-60, and sweep the two-game series.

CB13 had 19 points and six assists for Warriors Gaming Squad, while Gradient also contributed 19 points and ANTOINE mustered 14 points with five dimes. Hezi ended with 15 points and 10 rebounds as well. ReeseDaGod had 16 points and nine assists for Lakers Gaming in this one, while Krazy mustered 14 points with 15 rebounds. Both Seese and Tactuk chipped in with 11 points and two assists each for the losing cause as well.

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