106-110. Kings support the loss of the Lakers at Return of James

Sports Writing (USA), May 1 (EFE). – All-star striker LeBron James is back with the Los Angeles Lakers couldn’t be more frustrated after missing 20 matches due to injury and seeing how they couldn’t beat the Los Angeles Lakers. As for the Sacramento Kings at Staples Center, they lost 106-110.

Once again, the Lakers played asymmetric basketball and stayed in the game thanks to individual contributions.

Six weeks after being out of competition, due to a sprained ankle in his right foot, James had a chance to give the team a win, but his hat-trick, with 2.7 seconds remaining, wasted.

The Kings made two free throws and secured victory, while the Lakers lost the second match in a row and the fifth in the last six contested.

Their scores 36-27 keep them in fifth place in the Western Conference, but midway through the game against the Dallas Mavericks (35-27), who say goodbye.

Triple failure left James without a prize for good solo work after contributing 16 points. He also made 6 of 12 shots from the field, taking eight rebounds and distributing seven assists.

While midfielder Andre Drummond scored 17 points, he took seven rebounds and scored three goals.

Another player somewhat, the Spanish midfielder Marc Gasol, who played eight minutes, was a perfect score of five after scoring two field goals, including a hat-trick; He didn’t go to the personnel streak and got three rebounds.

The Kings got double the satisfaction, first from winning, then from seeing rising goalkeeper Therese Halliburton finish as captain with a double doubling of 23 points and 10 assists.

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The Ritchon Holmes center also maintained its solidity in the indoor game and with 22 points, nine rebounds, three assists and a block, he helped the Kings win.

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