LeBron James played a significant part in Los Angeles Lakers’ easy 128-97 win over Golden State Warriors with a triple-double.
For James, it was his fourth triple-double (that is, the number of points, rebounds and assists all in double digits) of the NBA season.
James took 22 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in Chase Center, home of the Warriors. His teammate Montrezl Harrell was even more accurate with 27 points.
The game between James and Stephen Curry, who scored 27 points for the home team, was not exciting for a moment. Halfway through the game, it was 65-50, and in the last quarter, the Lakers increased the margin from 20 to 31.
Giannis Antetokounmpo gave his team Milwaukee Bucks its fourth victory in a row. The third triple-double in a row by the 26-year old Antetokounmpo became 133-122 against Washington Wizards.
The Greek was good for 31 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists. Two days ago, he signed for a triple-double with 33 points.