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James 34+7+6 Westbrook has only 8 points, the Lakers lost to the King and suffered a 2-game losing streak jqknews

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Original title: James 34+7+6 Westbrook only 8 points, the Lakers lost the Kings away and suffered a 2-game losing streak

Beijing time on January 13th news, the Lakers lost to the Kings 116-125 away, the Lakers suffered a 2-game losing streak, and the Kings’ 5-game losing streak was ended. It is worth mentioning that Lakers forward Carmelo Anthony missed the game due to lower back strain, which is Anthony’s first absence this season. So far, Russell Westbrook has become the only full-time Lakers player this season.

The specific score of the four quarters is (the Lakers are in front): 34-29, 33-32, 23-40, 26-24.

Lakers: Malik Monk 22 points, 7 rebounds, LeBron James 34 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists, Russell Westbrook 8 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists, Austin Reeves 19 points

Kings: Harrison Barnes 23 points and 7 rebounds, Marvin Bagley III 16 points and 9 rebounds, Chimezie Metu 14 points and 7 rebounds, Tyrese Haliburton 14 points and 10 assists, De’Aaron Fox 29 points, Hield 10

The leading star James took the lead and scored 4 points for the teammates to proof, and the new “guard with a knife” Monk followed closely, scoring 2 three-pointers by one person, helping the Lakers get a 10-7 start. The king’s soldiers did not show weakness, Metu and Bagley III completed the attack one after another, and the king instantly overtook the score 15-14. At 6 minutes and 59 seconds, James’ layup rekindled the fighting spirit of the Zijin soldiers. Tucker, Johnson and Monk succeeded in attacking the basket one after another, and the Lakers led 26-17. Then the two sides started to score alternately. The Kings relied on Mitchell and Hield’s offense to chase the score to 29-34 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Davis and Metu made three-pointers one after another, and the Kings tied the score at 37. At the critical moment, James and Westbrook made a three-pointer together, and Westbrook also scored 2+1. After a wave of 20-9 offensive climax, the Lakers rewritten the score to 57-46. Haliburton’s 3-pointer helped the Kings stop the bleeding. In 4 minutes and 3 seconds, Fox steadily put the ball into the net, and the King narrowed the difference to 8 points. Bradley scored two goals in a row, James made a three-pointer after reappearing, and the Lakers led 67-53. However, in the last 2 minutes of the section, the Lakers’ offense stagnated without scoring a single point. With an 8-0 spurt, the Kings trailed the Lakers 61-67 at the end of the first half.

Another battle in another place, when the Kings narrowed the difference to 1 point, Johnson and Monk made 3 three-pointers together, and the Lakers led 76-68. But in the next 6 minutes, the Lakers only scored one goal in the campaign, and the King took the opportunity to play a wave of 24-3 offensive climax, leading the score to 92-79. At 3 minutes and 52 seconds, James successfully played to help the Lakers stabilize their morale. Austin Reeves then took over the team’s offensive banner and scored 2 three-pointers in a row. The Lakers narrowed the difference to 6 points. However, Hield scored five points in a row to help the Kings lead the Lakers 101-90 at the end of the third quarter.

In the final quarter, Austin Reeves continued to feel hot. After 8 minutes and 43 seconds, the Lakers chased the score to 100-106 after a three-pointer from the outside. Ryan and Hield responded immediately, and the Kings still held an 11-point lead. At a critical moment, James stood up and scored 5 points in a row, and the Lakers once again reduced the point difference to single digits. After returning from the timeout, Fox and Barnes continued to defend the Kings lead. The Lakers still didn’t give up. At 1 minute and 36 seconds, James made a layup to chase the score to 116-118. Fox immediately responded in the same way. In 46.7 seconds, Hield also assisted Metu to hit a three-pointer. With Bradley failing a three-pointer, the Lakers lost to the Kings 116-125.

Both starting lineups

Lakers: Malik Monk, Trevor Ariza, LeBron James, Avery Bradley, Russell Westbrook

Kings: Harrison Barnes, Marvin Bagley III, Chimezie Metu, Tyrese Haliburton, De’Aaron FoxReturn to Sohu, see more


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