De’Aron Fox signed 34 points and Buddy Held achieved 13 of his 25 in the added times so that the Sacramento Kings were imposed, 137-141 a Los angeles lakers at Staples Center after three intense extensions.
In a duel that recorded 19 draws and 23 lead changes on the scoreboard, the Lakers won 126-124 in the third overtime when the Kings they exploded with a partial 2-11 with less than two minutes remaining. Marvin Bagley III he featured prominently with five points in that stretch, including a three-point play that put Sacramento ahead.
Carmelo Anthony hit a 3-pointer at 9.4 seconds to put the Lakers to a basket, but loved He sealed the away win with a pair of free throws.
Tyrese Haliburton he scored 19 points for a Kings who had up to seven players scoring in double digits. After the victory at Staples, the team from the capital of California is 2-1 under the control of the interim coach. Alvin Gentry.
The Lakers, now 10-11 on their balance sheet and with five losses in seven games, had four players with 20 or more points for the first time this season. LeBron James was the leading scorer for the yellows with 30 points, Russell Westbrook contribution 29, Anthony Davis anot 23 y Malik Monk stayed at 20.
The Lakers scored the first six points of the first overtime and went ahead 110-103 before the Kings reacted with seven straight points, including a 3-pointer from loved to tie 28 seconds from the horn. Davis had a basket on penetration at 9 seconds, but the Kings they forced the second overtime with a good basket from Hield.
The biggest advantage that one of the two teams had in the second overtime was three points. James equaled 124 with 24 seconds remaining, Sacramento had the last possession but missed and the game went into third overtime.
AS IT WAS ARRIVED TO THE EXTENSION
Monk scored 11 points in the Lakers’ 24-8 run in the second half that turned the score around: from trailing by three to 86-73 with 10 minutes remaining.
The Kings responded 5-22, including eight points from Alex Len, to regain the 93-98 lead with 2:26 to go. The Lakers ended up scoring seven of the last nine regular-time points to send the game into overtime. The first.
After an inning by James that gave the Lakers an advantage, 100-98, Fox equalized the game with another at 21 seconds. The locals had the last shot to win but Lebron missed the triple on the horn.