Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Postgame (VIDEOS)
Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Postgame (videos)

The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in dramatic fashion on Tuesday night, with a game-winning three-pointer from Nick Young, despite the pass being intended for his own teammate, Lou Williams. After the game, a bit of hilarity ensues in the locker room about what exactly happened on that play.

D’Angelo Russell sat out of the game with a sore left knee, and Jose Calderon did a solid job stepping into the role of the starting point guard. Head coach Luke Walton speaks highly of his play and hopes Calderon will by physically ready for Wednesday’s game against the Golden State Warriors (since Russell has already been ruled out).

Walton provides an update on Julius Randle, who played on Tuesday despite being plagued by a hip injury. It is unclear whether Randle will play Wednesday.

Larry Nance Jr. also discusses why he thinks everything is really starting to come together right now and reveals it might have something to do with the basketball gods. It’s all in our videos below.

Nick Young Hits Game-Winning Three-Pointer

Luke Walton Reacts To Nick Young’s Game-Winner, Update On Julius Randle

Larry Nance Jr. After The Lakers Victory Over The Thunder

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