The escort Klay Thompson starred another historic day in the NBA to contribute 44 points and tie two marks of triples.
Thompson shone at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where the current league champions, the Golden State Warriors, beat the decimated Lakers 111-130.
The Warriors star scored 10 3-pointers from 11 attempts, and finished the game with 17 baskets of 20 field goals.
Thompson tied the mark by scoring the first 10 consecutive 3-pointers he made at the beginning of the game and helped the Warriors get the eighth consecutive win and the seventh out of their field.
The starting guard of the Warriors scored 23 points in the third period by hitting the seven triples he threw and placed the Warriors with a partial advantage of 36 points that left the game sentenced.
Thompson’s triple display was similar to the game he imposed on other brands on October 29, in a 124-149 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
In that match, Thompson established a mark with 14 triples and scored 52 points in 27 minutes. He hit 18 of 29 field goals and 14 of 24 behind the basket.
In turn, the forward Kevin Durant achieved 20 goals, six rebounds and four assists that left him as the second highest scorer of the Warriors that put on a record of 33-14, the best of the Western Conference.
The young Croatian pivot Ivica Zubac was in charge of leading the attack of the Lakers by contributing 18 points as reserve after hitting 7 of 8 field goals and 4 of 4 from the personnel line. In addition to capturing four rebounds and put a stopper.
The Lakers, who lost the second consecutive game, fourth in the last six disputed, continued to have the forward LeBron James, and the bases Lonzo Ball and Rajon Rondo.
The Greek power forward Giannis Antetokounmpo again showed his status as an aspirant to fight for the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) of the NBA by providing a double-double of 31 points and 15 rebounds that allowed the Bucks of Milwaukee to win by 116-106 to the Dallas Mavericks.
Antetokounmpo dominated in all facets of the game and always beat the defense of the Mavericks, and allowed the Bucks, who won the fifth straight game, put on a global record of 34-12, the best of the Eastern Conference and the League .
In addition to Antetokounmpo, the base Eric Bledsoe contributed another 21 points, while the guard Malcolm Brogdon also confirmed his best form and achieved another 19 points.
Meanwhile, the only joy for the Mavericks, who lost the fourth consecutive game and are 20-26, was seeing Slovenian rookie forward Luka Doncic achieve the coveted first triple-double since joining the NBA with 18 points. 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
Cameroonian center Joel Embiid scored a double-double of 32 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Philadelphia Sixers to a crashing 121-93 over the Houston Rockets and their MVP contender. season, the guard James Harden.
Selected Player of the Week in the Western Conference, Harden concluded the game with 37 points, 20th game in which he scored at least 30, only surpassed by the legendary Wilt Chamberlain.
Forward Paul George, with 31 points, once again led the balanced attack of the Oklahoma City Thunder that won at home by 109-127 to the New York Knicks.
In other results of the day, Porland won at home 104-109 to Utah; Boston beat 107-99 to Miami, New Orleans defeated Memphis 85-105 away; Orlando did the same 103-122 against Atlanta, Brooklyn beat 123-94 to Sacramento; Washington did it 101-87 against Detroit, and Chicago won at home (88-104) to Cleveland.