LeBron James double-double blitz
The Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA) snapped an 11-game losing streak in their rivalry with the Los Angeles Clippers, led by ace LeBron James.
The Lakers defeated the Clippers 130-126 in the 2023-2024 NBA regular season at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California, on February 2 (KST).
With the win, the Lakers snapped an 11-game losing streak in the Los Angeles derby against the Clippers.
LeBron’s performance was key. He led the way with a double-double of 35 points, seven assists, and 11 rebounds.
D’Angelo Russell and Anthony Davis chipped in with 27 points apiece.
For the Clippers, Kawhi Leonard scored 38 points, while Paul George and Russell Westbrook struggled with 24 points apiece.
The first half was dominated by the Clippers. The likes of George and Westbrook led them to a 13-point lead in both the first and second quarters.
But in the third quarter, the Lakers came out swinging. Max Christie converted both of his free throw opportunities with 1:35 left in the quarter. 카지노사이트랭크 With the momentum in their favor, the Lakers closed out the third quarter with a two-point lead, 87-85.
The Lakers seemed to take control in the fourth quarter. With 2:18 left in the quarter, Davis hit a two-pointer to extend the lead to nine points. The Clippers wouldn’t go away. George scored back-to-back free throws with a minute left in regulation to send the game into overtime.
However, at the start of overtime, the Clippers were dealt a blow when George picked up his sixth foul. With the momentum back in their favor, the Lakers used late-game performances from Austin Reeves, Christian Wood, and others to defeat their rivals.
Earlier in the day, the Golden State Warriors extended their winning streak to four games with a one-point victory over the Sacramento Kings, 102-101, at the Chase Center in San Francisco. 섯다
Day 2 NBA scores
Portland 110-101 Detroit
Milwaukee 111-130 Toronto
Washington 121-130 Atlanta
Indiana 104-155 Boston
Brooklyn 109-105 Miami
Cleveland 95-89 New York
New Orleans 110-106 Oklahoma
Charlotte 119-128 Houston
Denver 89-110 Minnesota
Chicago 105-114 Dallas
Memphis 109-133 Utah
Sacramento 101-102 Golden State
LA Clippers 125-130 LA Lakers