on February 8th, the NBA regular season continued, the Los Angeles Lakers played against the Oklahoma City Thunder at home.
James scored 38 points to become the top scorer, but lost to the Thunder, which left him with regrets. In the end, the Lakers lost to the Thunder 130-133.
At the beginning of the first quarter of the game, the Lakers took the lead in launching an offensive. Williams scored a three-pointer, and the Thunder quickly attacked.
Muscala hit 3 consecutive three-pointers to help the Thunder overtake.
At the end of the first quarter, the Lakers trailed by 2 points 34-36.
At the beginning of the second quarter, James turned on the breakthrough mode, and his personal scores quickly accumulated.
He played two 2 1s at the beginning, leading the Lakers to overtake the Thunder.
The Lakers had a strong offense by 2, but lost to the defense. Williams took turns to score, allowing the Thunder to lead to double digits.
At halftime, the Lakers trailed the Thunder 66-76.
In the third quarter, James continued to attack and scored 10 points in a row, keeping the score at 8 points.
Then he scored 8 points in a row and narrowed the score.
With 10.9 seconds left in the third quarter, the historical moment was finally born. James pushed Kenway forward with his back and made a jumper with a fadeaway.
James scored 36 points in three quarters and surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA’s all-time scoring leader.
The audience paused for a moment to cheer and celebrate him!
But although the Lakers scored 36 points, they were still behind. After the three quarters, the Lakers continued to fall behind 99-104.
At the beginning of the final quarter, the Thunder relentlessly played a 10-0 offensive. The Lakers fell into a point-chasing mode, but the Thunder once again opened the score to 13 points.
In the end, the Lakers were weak in chasing points, the game ended, and the Lakers lost 130-133 to the Thunder.
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