Earl Boykins: How Did He Play Against the Lakers?
Earl Boykins lit up the scoreboard last night as he dropped four three-pointers en route to 22 points on the night as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Los Angeles Lakers down.
Kobe Bryant was ejected from last night's game and the Bucks took advantage as they stormed ahead and imposed their will on the defending champs.
Despite Kobe's absence, the Bucks were ready for Los Angeles to come storming back to try and take the lead.
"They usually always make a run in the fourth quarter," said Boykins to the media. "We were just trying to stay in front for as long as possible. If you play with effort and belief, you can do anything."
It was a great game by a player who you normally don't hear much about. It was an impressive effort to say the least, especially since he was filling in for the injured Brandon Jennings.
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