Joel Embiid shines, outshines LeBron James brand as Sixers beat Lakers – Jumper Brasil

THE Philadelphia 76ers maintains the good phase of the season. With yet another great performance by Joel Embiidthe Sixers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers for 113 to 112 on the night of the historic mark for LeBron James. This Sunday (15), the pivot had 35 points and 11 rebounds. Angelino’s star, in turn, surpassed 38,000 career points.

The Sixers eclipsed LeBron’s historic record with closing-second wins with another win by Embiid. Then, Philadelphia won the second right away and has seven wins in their last nine games.

The Cameroonian, incidentally, was not the only one to shine for the away team. James Hardenonce again had a good match. That’s because he scored 24 points and converted four balls from the perimeter. In addition, he has distributed 13 assists and adds one of the highest averages of his career.

On the Lakers side, James was the highlight of the game. He surpassed 38,000 points in the first quarter. Hence, he remains steadfast in the fight to become the leading scorer in NBA history.

LeBron, by the way, became the second athlete with more than 38 thousand points in all time in the league. Kareen Abdul-Jabbar, the points leader, is the only other player with that rating.

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The lead team also had another triple-double of Russell Westbrook. With 20 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists, he has 198 for his career. However, the shipowner has broken yet another mark in the question.

Westbrook now has the most triple doubles off the bench in NBA history. Despite the loss, the Lakers win 73% of their games, note the combination.

His great performance, however, was interrupted in the last episode of the match. Down by one point, the Lakers had a chance to turn the game around. Westbrook, therefore, was responsible for the transfer. But, if successful, he stopped at the marking of Embiid.

The score, therefore, reflected the progress of the duel. Fierce from the first minutes, each team won a quarter in the confrontation. Thus, neither team was able to open up a comfortable lead on the scoreboard.

The Sixers went 27 wins in 43 games for the season. Ranked fourth in the Eastern Conference, it matched the number of wins by the Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers.

Ultimately, the Lakers lost their third straight game. With that, he went to 13th place in the Western Conference and again sees a chance to qualify for the play-ins far away. There are 19 wins and 24 losses in the current campaign.

(27-16) Philadelphia 76ers 113×112 Los Angeles Lakers (19-24)



Joel Embiid: 35 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and 9/12 in free throws
James Harden: 24 points, seven rebounds, 13 assists, 4/7 from the perimeter
Tyrese Maxey: 16 points and five rebounds
Tobias Harris: 15 points, five rebounds and three assists

Los Angeles

LeBron James: 35 points, eight rebounds and ten assists
Russell Westbrook: 20 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists
Wayne Gabriel: 14 points
Troy Brown Jr.: 13 points and four rebounds
Thomas Bryant: Ten points

(25-19) New York Knicks 117 x 104 Detroit Pistons (12-35)


New York

Julius Randle: 42 points, 15 rebounds, four assists, 4/7 from the perimeter, 8/8 free throws
Jalen Brunson: 27 points, five rebounds and four assists
Immanuel Quickley: 17 points, three rebounds, three assists, 3/6 perimeter
RJ Barrett: 13 points
Quentin Grimes: 11 points, four rebounds and three assists


Jaden Ivey: 21 points, six rebounds and six assists
Saddiq Bey: 21 points, six rebounds and 5/10 from the perimeter
Kevin Knox: 16 points, 3/4 from the perimeter
Alec Burks: 14 points, three rebounds, 4/6 from the perimeter
Isaiah Livers: 11 points, six rebounds, three assists, 3/8 from the perimeter

(10-33) Houston Rockets 100×121 Los Angeles Clippers (23-22)



Eric Gordon: 24 points and three rebounds
Kenyon Martin Jr.: 22 points and nine rebounds
Alperen Sengun: 15 points, eight rebounds and six assists
Jabari Smith: 12 points and five rebounds
Tari Eason: 11 points, four rebounds, three steals

Los Angeles

Terance Mann: 31 points, six rebounds, four assists, 5/8 from the perimeter
Kawhi Leonard: 30 points, six rebounds, four assists, 3/5 from the perimeter
Norman Powell: 18 points, four rebounds and three assists
Ivica Zubac: ten points and five rebounds

(21-22) Golden State Warriors 118 x 132 Chicago Bulls (20-24)


Golden state

Klay Thompson: 26 points, four rebounds, four assists, 8/15 from the perimeter
Stephen Curry: 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, 3/10 from the perimeter
Jordan Poole: 15 points and three assists
Anthony Lamb: 14 points and four rebounds
Andrew Wiggins: 11 points, five rebounds and three assists


Nikola Vucevic: 43 points, 13 rebounds, four assists, four steals, 5/10 from the perimeter
Zach LaVine: 27 points, nine rebounds, six assists and 12/14 on free throws
Coby White: 15 points and three rebounds
Alex Caruso: 12 points, nine rebounds and seven assists
Ayo Dosunmo: 12 points and six assists
Patrick Williams: ten points

(21-23) Oklahoma City Thunder 112×102 Brooklyn Nets (27-15)



Josh Giddey: 28 points, nine rebounds and nine assists
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: 28 points, seven rebounds and 11/14 in free throws
Lu Dort: 22 points, five rebounds and 5/7 from the perimeter


Seth Curry: 23 points, 3/8 of the perimeter
Nic Claxton: 17 points, 13 rebounds, four blocks
Kyrie Irving: 15 points, six rebounds and six assists
Royce O’Neale: 11 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists

(24-18) Sacramento Kings 132×119 San Antonio Spurs (13-31)



Harrison Barnes: 29 points, 4/6 from the perimeter
De’Aaron Fox: 23 points and three assists
Davion Mitchell: 19 points, 4/5 from the perimeter
Domantas Sabonis: 18 points, 18 rebounds, eight assists
Keegan Murray: 12 points, five rebounds, 3/7 from the perimeter
Trey Lyles: 12 points

Sant ‘Antonio

Jakob Poeltl: 23 points, seven rebounds, 10/12 shooting from the field
Josh Richardson: 21 points, four assists, 4/6 from the perimeter
Keldon Johnson: 20 points, seven rebounds and three assists
Tre Jones: 16 points, seven rebounds and eight assists
Jeremy Sochan: 15 points and eight rebounds

(16-28) Orlando Magic 116×119 Denver Nuggets (30-13)



Markelle Fultz: 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists
Franz Wagner: 19 points and five rebounds
Paolo Banchero: 18 points and four assists
Bol Bol: 17 points and six rebounds


Aaron Gordon: 25 points, eight rebounds and five assists
Jamal Murray: 18 points, four rebounds and seven assists and 3/10 from the perimeter
Nikola Jokic: 17 points, 10 rebounds and 14 assists
Michael Porter Jr.: 16 points, four rebounds and 4/8 from the perimeter
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 12 points and four rebounds
Bruce Brown: 12 points and four steals

(24-21) Dallas Mavericks 123×140 Portland Trail Blazers (21-22)



Spencer Dinwiddie: 28 points, nine assists, 12/14 on free throws
Jaden Hardy: 25 points, 3/10 from the perimeter
Christian Wood: 23 points and 16 rebounds
Davis Bertans: 11 points, four rebounds, 3/6 perimeter
Dwight Powell: ten points and four rebounds
Reggie Bullock: ten points and four rebounds


Damian Lillard: 40 points, three rebounds, six assists, 4/9 from the perimeter, 16/16 free throws
Jusuf Nurkic: 20 points, four rebounds and four assists
Anfernee Simons: 20 points, four rebounds, four assists
Nassir Little: ten points

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