April 9, 2017, 10:04 pm
Tyler Ennis made the most of his 23 minutes off the Lakers’ bench and finished with 20 points on Sunday.
He hit four treys, handed out five assists, and blocked a shot. Tyler has been a pleasant surprise for the Lakers and has proven that his presence on their roster vastly improves their backcourt depth. He is still playing behind D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson but makes a strong case as a potential third cog in that soon-to-be well-oiled backcourt machine in the future.