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LeBron James rests, but his team crushes Golden State 86: 116 • Victory for starless Philadelphia in world basketball

LeBron James rests, but his team crushes Golden State 86: 116 • Victory for starless Philadelphia, 106: 115 over New York Knicks • Victories for Indiana and Oklahoma City as well

  • Anthony Davis (left). Let LeBron rest and have fun



Golden State - Los Angeles Lakers 116: 86. The Lakers may have decided to discount the Warriors, leaving LeBron James on the Nationals, resting on the bench. But this season, the host is so weak, even mentally, that her breakup was not late.

At first it was a tight game, until the end of the first quarter, but then came a judgment that removed Draymond Green from Golden State. It went wild, banned against the amusement of the guests bench, hence the Lakers had no problem running for their seventh straight win.

It ended on 30th, with Anthony Davis leading the winner with 23 points. Eric Pascal scored the same amount as the loser.

Philadelphia - New York Knicks 106: 115. The Sixers also appeared in a missing lineup, with two of its stars not playing. This is the injured Joel Embid and Ben Seamenus who had a rest. Without them the guest would not have had a chance either.

Despite the reasonable difference, Philadelphia's control of the game was unquestionable, enjoying Tobias Harris' high scoring ability of 34 points. Julius Randall tried to keep the Knicks in the picture with 30 points.

Oklahoma City - Sacramento 108: 112. The Thunder recorded a fifth consecutive win, continuing their excellent period, despite approaching a minus 20 in the third quarter.

Shea Gilles Alexander led Oklahoma City to a makeover with 20 points overall, receiving generous assistance from Chris Paul who scored 17 points and 7 assists.

Another result: Indiana - Portland 100: 106.

Source: israelhayom

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