Irving (left) led his team to defeat the Lakers.
[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] The Lakers are playing at the home court of the Nets today. The two stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis are both absent. In the end, they lost 104:121 to the Brooklyn Army and swallowed 2 consecutive losses.
The Lakers lost to the Celtics due to a key misjudgment in the previous game. Yesterday the team announced that James and A. Davis will not play today, and the Nets star Kevin Durant also continues to hang due to a knee injury To avoid the fight card, the broadcast unit specifically pointed out during the game today that the last time James and KD confronted each other was on December 25, 2018. Since then, although the two teams have played against each other 11 times, neither of them have been able to play at the same time.
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Under the leadership of Kyrie Irving who scored 12 points in the first two quarters, the Nets entered the second half with a 58:46 lead; after changing baskets, the Lakers started chasing points and first pulled out a 14:0 offensive reversal ratio Counting, the two armies then fell into a tug-of-war, and the Lakers fell behind by 3 points after the first three quarters.
In the final quarter, the Nets relied on Patty Mills and Cam Thomas to take turns firing from the outside to expand the point difference, gradually leaving the Lakers behind, and finally won by 17 points.
Irving, who contributed at least 30 points in 6 consecutive games before the game, scored a game-high 26 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists; Mills and C. Thomas each contributed 21 points; Japanese forward Yuta Watanabe scored in 21 minutes Under 12 points.
For the Lakers, T. Bryant scored the highest 18 points in the starting group, and his new classmate Hachimura scored 16 points. Russell Westbrook, who came off the bench, contributed 17 points and 10 assists. Surpassing Gary Payton (Gary Payton), accumulating 8972 times and ascending to the 10th place in history.