Frank Vogel on Kentavious-Caldwell Pope’s ‘clutch’ plays in Game 4 of the NBA Finals



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Kentavious-Caldwell Pope made huge plays in the last two minutes of Game 4 of the Finals series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.

Frank Vogel was delighted with the Lakers guard/forward’s impact, claiming it takes ‘guts’ to make those shots in the last five minutes of the game.

Pope had five huge points in crunch time, hitting the three at the 2:58 mark and then he beat Duncan Robinson off the dribble for a layup at the 2:02 mark, putting the Lakers up seven.

The 3-and-D wing finished the game with 15 points, five assists and three rebounds to help the Lakers on both ends of the floor.

Game 5 of the series between Frank Vogel’s team and the Heat is on Friday.

Frank Vogel on @CaldwellPope, who had 5 huge points in crunch time, hitting the 3 at the 2:58 mark, then the driving layup after he beat Robinson off the dribble for a layup at the 2:02 mark, putting LAL up 7: “Big guts, to take and make those shots that he took.”

— Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) October 7, 2020 Previous articleLeBron James reaches another milestone in Game 4 vs the HeatNext articleAlex Caruso got a technical foul for arguing

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