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ANDRE LOCKHART might be delivering one of the all-time great finals performances – and yet another title to basketball’s most proficient team.
Lumber Company Lakers are on the verge of further glory as Lockhart continued his torrid streak by scoring 34 points to put them one win away from another Premier League crown following Wednesday’s 92-84 Game 2 win over Smalta Pinelands at the Wildey Gym.
It was the second 30-point effort in as many games from the big-time point guard, who finished one point shy of his career-best tally to become the first player in almost a decade to have successive scores over 30 in the finals.
More importantly, his latest historic feat has all but sealed a fourth title in seven years for a consistently great Lakers side that’s appearing in its seventh title game since 2006.

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