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The NBA preseason continues, with the Los Angeles Lakers playing the Phoenix Suns. Facing the fact that the Suns eliminated themselves in the playoffs last season, the Lakers still didn’t send their main force. LeBron and Wesson were exempted from battle. This game, veteran Carmelo Anthony ushered in his Lakers career debut. He started the game for 17 minutes and made 4 of 10 shots. He easily scored 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assists and 1 steals. The Lakers lost 105-117 to the suns.

Obviously, Anthony has worked hard to keep fit and feel during this off-season. In the first quarter of the game, he kept showing his kaleidoscope of offensive Arsenal. In the first 7 minutes and 14 seconds, Anthony rolled Claude all the way to the middle distance position, turned back and hit the jump shot steadily, and got the first point of his Lakers career.

In 6 minutes and 06 seconds, Anthony ate alone with his good friend Chris Paul. He relied on his huge weight and big ass to sit and play all the way. Paul was defeated and had to avoid. Anthony took the opportunity to turn around and cut in, lay up easily and get two more points. At 4:07, Anthony continued to eat his opponent on his back, pushed away the defender, turned back and made another jump shot. His posture was picturesque.

Although Anthony cut points in a row, the Lakers were still six points behind in the first quarter. In the middle of the second quarter, Anthony beat Claude with a low ball. After receiving the ball, Anthony turned and easily passed Claude into the inside. At this time, only Chris Paul was guarding under the sun basket. Anthony completely regarded his good brother as nothing, and easily staged a two handed abuse in front of Paul.

Of course, the Lakers and Suns have completely different attitudes towards today’s game. LeBron and Wesson of the Lakers are absent, while the Suns are the main players except Booker, and the strength of both sides is not proportional. The Lakers were climaxed by the suns in the second quarter. The difference was bigger and bigger, and finally lost 105-117.

By Ethan