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The Los Angeles Lakers for the first time for 25 years again a 26-point lead in the NBA. Also for Dennis Schröder and the Wagner brothers did not go to plan the evening.
What a bitter evening for the Los Angeles Lakers!
The franchise from California closed the third defeat in the fifth game of the new NBA season - a historical one. The master of 2020 lost 115: 123 at the Oklahoma City Thunder - despite a meantime lead with 26 points.
According to ESPN Stats & Info , the Lakers first played a high lead for the first time for 25 years. And that was just about the wickless OKC yet. The Thunder introduced the record for the largest comeback of franchise history.
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at LA, which had to compete again without the Lebron James injured at the ankle, Russell Westbrook experienced a bitter evening. On his return to ancient spatial site, he set up his first triple double for his new team (20 points, 14 rebounds, 13 assists), but also lost ten times the ball.
also flew briefly He before the end of the square. Westbrook had complained that his opponent Darius Bazley was still on the dunk at the end of the clock, instead of leaving it. "Do not do that," he shouted what his second technical foul brought him.
Best Scorer At the Californians, Anthony Davis was with 30 points. At the Thunder Shai Gilgeous-Alexander with 27 points.
The launch of the Lakers went according to plan. After the first quarter was a 41: 19 lead to beech. In the second quarter, this grew up to 26 meters, with 72:56 it went to the cabin.
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In the third quarter, the sheet turned and OKC took the magazine more and more in the hand. A threesome of Gilgeous-Alexander at the end of the clock brought the first time victorious franchise for the first time (97:95). In the competitive conclusion portion Anthony had about six seconds before the end the compensation in the hand, but awarded the threesome.Everything about NBA on Sport1.net
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