The Lakers are just 3-3 at home so far this season, but an impressive 7-0 on the road. Via the OC Register:
It’s a season in which home-court advantage means as little as ever, but it still has to mean something: The Lakers have not yet lost on the road.
Momentum continued to pick up for the league leaders, as the Lakers (10-3) swept aside the rebuilding Oklahoma City Thunder, 128-99, on Wednesday night to improve to 7-0 away from Staples Center – the best road start in franchise history. The visitors never trailed.
Wednesday’s effort looked as breezy as the previous two wins in Houston: LeBron James drilled five 3-pointers to lead with 26 points, adding seven assists. Anthony Davis played just 24 minutes, adding 18 points.
Leading the team in scoring so far this season is LeBron at 24.2 points per game, Davis at 22.5 ppg, Dennis Schroder at 14.3 ppg, Montrezl Harrell off the bench at 13.0 ppg, and Kyle Kuzma mostly off the bench at 10.8 ppg.