The NBA champion, still without the injured Anthony Davis, recorded her fourth consecutive loss tonight, 89: 114 for the Jazz • 19 points from the King were not enough • Rudy gains zeal for the winner
On every other occasion we would say that a loss to Utah this season certainly makes sense, but not when it comes to the NBA champion's fourth straight loss.
The Los Angeles Lakers hosted tonight (Wednesday through Thursday) and snatched a humiliating 89: 114 from the Jazz.
Apparently LeBron James is going harder than he thought without the injured Anthony Davis.
Tonight, with a load of three straight losses, the Lakers are another spaghetti - not even reaching 90 points.
Only in the first quarter the Lakers felt no, but then a quarter of 24:39 was just too much for them.
King James finished with 19 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists, but that was not enough against Rudy Gover (18 points and 9 rebounds) and six more players with double digits for the opponent.
Utah won easily despite a lukewarm Donovan Mitchell play, scoring just 13 points on a bad percentage.
Five threes by Boyan Bogdanovich contributed to the celebration.
Phoenix - Charlotte 124: 121
Indiana - Golden State 111: 107
Atlanta - Boston 112: 127
Miami - Toronto 108: 116
Chicago - Minnesota 126: 133 (after overtime)
New Orleans - Detroit 118: 128
Oklahoma City - San Antonio 99: 102
Cleveland - Houston 96: 112