NBA: James’ Lakers outlive Thunder 114-113, win in OT for third consecutive game

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – LeBron James constrained the additional meeting with a three-pointer and scored 25 focuses as the Los Angeles Lakers won their third back to back extra time game by outliving the drooping Oklahoma City Thunder 114-113 on Wednesday (Feb 10).

James got done with seven helps and six bounce back, Montrezl Harrell scored 20 focuses, Dennis Schroder contributed 19 and Kyle Kuzma added 15 for the dominant National Basketball Association champions Lakers, who currently have six straight successes.

The hosts played without harmed star forward Anthony Davis (Achilles) for the second game in succession.

This was the third consecutive additional time game for the Lakers and second against the in need of help Thunder, who have lost three of their last four.

Los Angeles beat the Thunder in extra time on Monday and Detroit in twofold additional time two evenings prior.

Al Horford had 25 focuses, Kenrich Williams scored 24 focuses, Luguentz Dort had 17 and Hamidou Diallo gathered 15 focuses and 13 bounce back in the misfortune.

The Thunder were feeling the loss of their best player, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who is out with a knee injury.

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