For the second time this season, the Lakers sent Jordan Clarkson and Xavier Henry to the D-Fenders for a Saturday game in the NBA Development League.
Despite adding two NBA players, the D-Fenders lost their fourth game in five tries on Saturday night, falling to the Idaho Stampede, 118-110.
Clarkson, the Lakers' rookie guard taken with the 46th overall pick, finished with 19 points and 10 assists. Henry, who is trying to find his way back to health after knee, wrist and ankle injuries that date to last season, also scored 19.
The D-Fenders were led by former Lakers forwards Manny Harris (28 points) and Roscoe Smith (25 points and 10 rebounds). Smith went through...