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NBA: New-look Lakers take down Warriors again


Malik Beasley of the Los Angeles Lakers.  –LAKERS Twitter

Malik Beasley of the Los Angeles Lakers. –LAKERS Twitter

Malik Beasley scored 25 points and Austin Reaves added 17 as the new-look Los Angeles Lakers won 124-111 on Thursday over the Golden State Warriors in their first game back from the All-Star break for both. two teams.

After the lowest-scoring first half of the season, LeBron James finished with 13 points on a 5/20 shot for the Lakers, who have won for the third time in their last four games (with two of those being wins). before the Warriors). Anthony Davis scored 12 points with 12 rebounds for Los Angeles.

James, who scored five points in the first half, saw his record of scoring at least 20 points end in 37 games. He added nine rebounds and eight assists.

Klay Thompson scored 22 points and Ty Jerome scored another 20 for the Warriors, who didn’t have Stephen’s Curry (foot) and Andrew Wiggins (individual). Golden State lost for the fourth time in its last five games and remained stuck with seven wins on the road, the lowest of any post-season qualifying team.

Kevon Looney has 10 points and 15 bounces for the Warriors, while Draymond Green has 11 bounces. Jordan Poole has 16 points for Golden State.

The Warriors took the lead early when the Lakers took the lead 4 and a half minutes into the game and were never led again. Los Angeles led 31-23 after one half and 59-56 after halftime. Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell was ruled out of the game in the first half after he sprained his right ankle.

The Lakers took a 17-point lead at the end of the third half and entered the final with a 95-80 advantage before sending the game away.

The Lakers added some new faces ahead of this month’s trade deadline with the departure of Russell Westbrook. Rui Hachimura (14 points) is playing his 12th game against Los Angeles. Beasley, Jarred Vanderbilt (four points) and Russell (two points) in the third game, while Mo Bamba (10 points, 13 rebounds) in the second.

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