Lonnie Walker IV stepped up big time in the fourth quarter of Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Warriors and the Lakers.
The 24-year-old guard scored all of his 15 points in the final period, helping Los Angeles come from behind to win the gam and take a 3-1 lead in the series.
Draymond Green thinks that the most important thing was to take away shots from LeBron James and Anthony Davis, which his team was able to do.
“I thought we did an incredible job of wearing both AD and LeBron down,” Green said on his podcast. “They played a ton of minutes, very high usage. In turn, they went to Lonnie Walker in the fourth quarter.
“Most cases, that’s a win and it’s still a win, by the way. Like, if you can stop LeBron from getting what shots he wants, stop AD from getting what shots he wants. Lonnie Walker beats you, you kind of got to live with it.
“Lonnie Walker had a huge fourth quarter. 15 points in the fourth quarter, which was all the points that he sore in the game. And you got to tip your hat to him.”