The guards clashed with the referees, the champion defeated 101: 126 without Davis and LeBron • 30 rebounds for Canter, Portland defeated Detroit • Philadelphia is back to win against Oklahoma City
Kyrie is dismissed by the judge
Aside from the defeat of the Washington Wizards and Danny Abdia to the Phoenix Suns, six more games were played tonight (Saturday through Sunday) in the NBA League.
Brooklyn (17:36) - L.A.
Lakers (20:33) 126: 101
The two major star teams of the league met at Barclays Center in a game where most of the stars ended up sitting on the bench.
Anthony Davis and LeBron James continued to be absent from the Lakers ranks, while James Harden did not play due to a knee injury.
In addition, Kyrie Irving and Dennis Schroeder were sent off following a confrontation between them during the game.
Andre Drummond led the champion with 20 points and 11 rebounds, Schroeder managed to score 19 points before the dismissal and Ben McElmore contributed 17 from the bench.
On the other side Kevin Durant scored 22 points in his second game since returning from injury, and Kyrie added 18 before being sent off.
Portland (21:31) - Detroit (37:16) 103: 118
Anes Canter scored 24 points and broke the franchise record with no less than 30 rebounds in a win over the Pistons.
Damian Lillard (27 points and 10 assists) and C.J. McCollum (26 points) helped him win after two straight losses.
On the losing side Josh Jackson led with 21, Frank Jackson finished with 17.
Oklahoma City (33:20) - Philadelphia (17:36) 117: 93
Philly took advantage of Brooklyn's loss and equaled it at the Eastern Summit.
Joel Ambide led with 27 points, after his weak game in the loss to New Orleans on Friday night (14 points on 5 of 16 from the field) so tonight he returned to his team with 10 of 17 from the field in just three quarters on the floor in addition to 4 blocks .
Furkan Kurkamez added 20 points.
The rest of the results
Cleveland (33:19) - Toronto (32:21) 135: 115
Utah (13:40) - Sacramento (31:22) 112: 128
Golden State (25:28) - Houston (39:14) 109: 125