Imagine you’re nine-year NBA veteran Ronnie Price. You’ve just made a heads-up play resulting in a steal in Sunday’s game against the Pacers. All that’s between you and a highlight-reel, fast-break dunk is Indiana’s empty backcourt.
Easy two points, right?
The Lakers’ 2014 woes continue. (RELATED: Gee Whiz! Lakers’ Owner Caught Peeing Outside L.A. Club)
Before this flunk, Price’s tenure with Los Angeles has been pretty forgettable — except for that one time he threw a shoe at Andre Iguodala — so at least this gives Lakers fans something to remember him by.
In a shocking turn of events, L.A. actually won Sunday night. Kobe gave the Lakers an 88-87 lead with 12 seconds left, but I’m not sure they would’ve won if anyone other than Indy’s center Roy Hibbert had the final look.
That’s a low-percentage shot.