Lakers' Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Hits Clutch 3 After Lonzo Ball Outlet Pass

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistNovember 22, 2017

The Los Angeles Lakers scored 61 points during the second half of Tuesday's game against the Chicago Bulls at Staples Center to mount an impressive comeback en route to earning a 103-94 victory. 

A pair of guards came together to put the Bulls away late in the contest. 

With under two minutes remaining, rookie guard Lonzo Ball grabbed a defensive rebound and then immediately hit Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with a pinpoint outlet pass. 

Caldwell-Pope pulled up behind the arc and drained a three-pointer to increase the hosts' lead to 97-92, and the Bulls failed to adequately respond before the clock expired. 

Multiple NFL teams could use Ball's passing skills heading into the holiday season. 

Related

    Thunder's Identity Taking Shape After Dumping Melo

    NBA logo
    NBA

    Thunder's Identity Taking Shape After Dumping Melo

    Jon Hamm
    via Bleacher Report

    Lakers Sign Former Oklahoma State Guard Jeffrey Carroll

    Los Angeles Lakers logo
    Los Angeles Lakers

    Lakers Sign Former Oklahoma State Guard Jeffrey Carroll

    Los Angeles Lakers
    via Los Angeles Lakers

    Report: Melo Says He'll End Up on Rockets

    NBA logo
    NBA

    Report: Melo Says He'll End Up on Rockets

    Alec Nathan
    via Bleacher Report

    Report: Melo to Be Waived After Trade to ATL 🚨

    Los Angeles Lakers logo
    Los Angeles Lakers

    Report: Melo to Be Waived After Trade to ATL 🚨

    Tim Daniels
    via Bleacher Report