"That's what we want to see," Lakers coach Luke Walton said of Ball's play in overtime.
"Whether (shots) go in or not, that's the aggression we want to see, especially down the stretch of ballgames." Klay Thompson scored 17 points on 6-of-24 shooting, and Omri Casspi had 14 points off the bench for Golden State (24-6).
Brandon Ingram led the starters with 19 points, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope added 14.
The Warriors took an 85-84 lead into the fourth quarter and stretched it to seven in the opening minutes of the period, but the Lakers stayed close as they did in an overtime loss against the visiting Warriors on Nov. Ingram tied the score at 102-102 on a drive with 27 seconds left in regulation, and Durant and Caldwell-Pope missed shots in the final seconds.
From there, the writer-director team just kept adding jokes. Rumack, kept a straight face even off camera but made it difficult for others to do the same.
" is deadpan delivery of lines like: Striker: "Surely you can't be serious." Dr. And don't call me Shirley,"Leslie Nielsen, who played Dr.
"I was able to make some better shots down the stretch.
Durant missed his first seven shot attempts and was 6 of 25 from the field through four quarters." Jim Abrahams later deadpanned in the New York Times.) But he came though like a pro and played it straight, without a wink to the audience. Club oral history of the movie, "I was, like, "OK, this is what was going on.Rossie Harris, the child actor who played Joey, later said he was oblivious to the subtext of Peter Graves' lines. " came out, however, he was older and wiser—he'd turned 10. Got it."Julie Hagerty and Robert Hays rehearsed their dance moves for a full month—nearly as long as it took to shoot the entire movie—before the "Stayin' Alive" scene was filmed."It was an ugly game and we didn't play very well, but guys gutted it out," Kerr said."It's been a tough stretch without so many of our guys." Kyle Kuzma scored 25 points off the bench to lead the Lakers (10-18), and Randle had 15 points and 11 rebounds.ZAZ made a stab at writing dialogue for the jive scene, giving it as much authenticity as three nice Jewish boys from Milwaukee could muster. Club's oral history, "They immediately had the part and we had to apologize for what we had written."Al White also wrote jive dialogue for Barbara Billingsley—aka June Cleaver—and coached her through it. "Leslie Nielsen, who went on to star in "The Naked Gun" and other comedies, still carried his fart machine many years after "Airplane!