The 34 points scored by “The King” LeBron James, his highest record this season, contributed to the Los Angeles Lakers achieving their eighth victory away from home, 113-106 at the expense of the Milwaukee Bucks, in the NBA.
With this victory, the defending champion Lakers open a seven-game campaign away from home, hoping to achieve a streak of victories.
The defending champion had previously been in a series of five straight victories, which were stopped by Golden State Warriors with a score of 115-113 three days ago.
“Our defense tonight was not to lose two consecutive games, and we were able to do that,” said Lakers star Anthony Davis.
James scored a decisive hat-trick and ended the night with a “slam dunk” to give the Lakers a 12-4 series (win and lose in a row) in the MLS this season, after a major performance in Milwaukee.
Kentavius Caldwell-Pop scored 23 points, while Davis finished the match with 18 points and nine rebounds, and the same player managed to score seven out of 10 three-pointers, out of 19 shots made by the team out of 37 three-pointers, and the player said, “Things are going as it should, we are.” Just play for each other. “
The best player in the league for the past two seasons, Greek Yannis Antitokounembo, ended the match with 25 points and 12 rebounds, and the Greek player said: “We have to keep working, continue to play well for longer periods, record shots, defend and follow the balls better, in the end, we have to improve.”
Puppy Holiday scored 22 points and Chris Middleton scored 20 points for Bucks, who lost their second consecutive and sixth games of the season.