LeBron James breaks records, but Clippers beat Lakers – Jumper Brasil

THE Los Angeles Clippers won the Los Angeles Lakers from 133 to 115, this Tuesday (24), and overshadowed the historic night of LeBron James. The star did, after all, become the first player in NBA history to have at least one 40-point game against the league’s 30 franchises. This is because he closed the evening with 46 points.

Additionally, LeBron James broke a personal best in the Lakers’ loss to the Clippers. At age 38, he converted nine three-point shots. His highest score was eight hits in one game.

However, despite James’ great use of the perimeter, he didn’t contribute much. Only Russell Westbrook, with 17 points, and Thomas Bryant, with 15, have surpassed double digits in scoring.

On the other hand, the Clippers have collectively managed to upstage LeBron’s individual branding. So seven players hit at least one 3-pointer. Of these, four converted three or more.

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Highlight for the team’s star duo. Kawhi Leonardafter all, he finished the night with 27 points and nine rebounds. Paul George, in turn, accounted for 25 points and nine rebounds. In addition to the stars, three other players have surpassed 17 points in the game.

Norman Powell, who came off the bench, had 22 points, as did Reggie Jackson, with 19. Terence Mann, starter, added 17 points. With this collective combination, therefore, the Clippers reached 133 points in a convincing victory. The triumph, among other things, is the tenth in a row against the rival from Los Angeles.

Now, the team led by Tyronn Lue has 26 wins in 50 games played and has a three-game winning streak. Then, the Clippers moved up to seventh place in the Western Conference.

Already the Lakers, who came from two positive results, lost their 26th game of the season. Therefore, Darvin Ham’s side remain stagnant in 13th place in the West and will play consecutive matches. That’s because he comes on Wednesday against the San Antonio Spurs.

(26-24) Los Angeles Clippers 133×115 Los Angeles Lakers (22-26)


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Paul George: 27 points, nine rebounds, four assists, 3/9 from the perimeter
Kawhi Leonard: 25 points, nine rebounds and three assists
Norman Powell: 22 points, four rebounds, four assists, 4/5 from the perimeter
Reggie Jackson: 19 points, three rebounds, five assists and 4/7 from the perimeter
Terance Mann: 17 points, three rebounds and 4/7 from the perimeter


LeBron James: 46 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, 9/14 from the perimeter
Russell Westbrook: 17 points and five assists
Thomas Bryant: 15 points and seven rebounds

Other games

(22-25) Chicago Bulls 110×116 Indiana Pacers (24-25)



DeMar DeRozan: 33 points, five rebounds and three assists
Nikola Vucevic: 20 points, eight rebounds and five assists
Zach LaVine: 14 points, three rebounds and four assists
Derrick Jones Jr: ten points and five rebounds


Myles Turner: 26 points and seven rebounds
Bennedict Mathurin: 26 points and seven rebounds
TJ McConnell: 20 points, three rebounds, 10 assists, three steals
Buddy Hield: 19 points, five rebounds, four assists, four steals, three blocks, 4/11 from the perimeter
Chris Duarte: 11 points, nine rebounds and three assists
Terry Taylor: 11 points

(35-14) Boston Celtics 95×98 Miami Heat (27-22)



Jayson Tatum: 31 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists, 11/14 in free throws
Derrick White: 23 points, three rebounds and six assists
Robert Williams: 11 points and eight rebounds
Payton Pritchard: ten points, seven rebounds and four assists
Grant Williams: 10 points, four rebounds, 3/3 perimeter

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Bam Adebayo: 30 points and 15 rebounds
Haywood Highsmith: 15 points, 10 rebounds, 4/4 perimeter
Max Strus: 13 points, seven rebounds, 3/6 of the perimeter
Victor Oladipo: 12 points and six rebounds

(29-20) Cleveland Cavaliers 103×105 New York Knicks (26-23)



Donovan Mitchell: 24 points, eight rebounds, eight assists, four steals, 6/14 from the perimeter
Jarrett Allen: 24 points and 12 rebounds
Darius Garland: 22 points, four rebounds and six assists
Evan Mobley: 12 points, seven rebounds and three assists

New York

Julius Randle: 36 points, 13 rebounds, four assists, 8/12 from the perimeter
RJ Barrett: 16 points, four rebounds, 3/5 perimeter
Jalen Brunson: 14 points and four assists
Obi Toppin: 11 points and three rebounds
Quentin Grimes: 10 points and 3 assists

(34-14) Denver Nuggets 97×96 New Orleans Pelicans (26-22)



Nikola Jokic: 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists
Jamal Murray: 25 points, seven assists, three steals, 3/8 from the perimeter
Aaron Gordon: 11 points, four rebounds and three assists
Bruce Brown: 11 points, 3/7 from the perimeter

New Orleans

CJ McCollum: 20 points, four rebounds, four assists
Jose Alvarado: 17 points and three assists
Jonas Valanciunas: 14 points and nine rebounds
Willy Hernangomez: 12 points and six rebounds
Trey Murphy: ten points and six rebounds
Larry Nance Jr.: ten points and six rebounds

(21-26) Washington Wizards 127×126 Dallas Mavericks (25-24)



Kyle Kuzma: 30 points and five rebounds
Bradley Beal: 22 points and four assists
Deni Avdija: 15 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 9/11 in free throws
Corey Kispert: 14 points and seven rebounds
Mount Morris: 13 points, three rebounds and five assists
Delon Wright: 10 points, 3 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals


Luka Doncic: 41 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, 9/12 free throws
Dwight Powell: 22 points and nine rebounds
Spencer Dinwiddie: 20 points, eight assists, 3/7 from the perimeter
Josh Green: 16 points and three rebounds
Dorian Finney-Smith: 12 points and five rebounds

(13-36) Charlotte Hornets 97×128 Phoenix Suns (25-24)



Terry Rozier: 19 points, four rebounds, five assists, 4/9 from the perimeter
Mason Plumlee: 17 points, six rebounds and four assists
Jalen McDaniels: 15 points and 10 rebounds


Cameron Johnson: 24 points, three rebounds, three assists, 6/7 from the perimeter
Dario Saric: 19 points, eight rebounds, three assists and 3/4 from the perimeter
Mikal Bridges: 18 points and three assists
Jock Landale: 15 points, three rebounds, three assists, 3/7 from the perimeter
Chris Paul: 14 points, five rebounds and 11 assists
Damion Lee: 11 points

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