The Lakers add their sixth consecutive win and Doncic continues to shine

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The Los Angeles Lakers consolidate themselves with the best brand of the current season, after adding their sixth consecutive victory to be imposed at home (127-130) to the Thunder.

In the individual game, Slovenian escort-forward Luka Doncic is unstoppable and again gave another exhibition although he only played three quarters by coach’s decision.

The negative note of the day was starred by the base Kemba Walker, who hit his head and had symptoms of concussion, so he had to leave in the field.

Power forward Anthony Davis achieved a double-double of 33 points and 11 rebounds with the Lakers, who have the best record in the league (13-2) in this course.

Davis scored 24 of his 33 points in the second half of the game, while star forward LeBron James contributed another double-double of 23 points and 14 assists and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 17.

The Lakers player, base Rajon Rondo, was ejected at the start of the last quarter after kicking German baseman Dennis Schroder in the groin.

Nothing stops Doncic, who for the third consecutive game scored at least 30 points and led the future Hall of Famer, the German Dirk Nowitzki, the Dallas Mavericks triumph 143-101 against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Doncic, who returned to triple-double, already has seven so far this season and is the leader of the league, in the end he finished with 30 points, 14 assists and seven rebounds – all defensive – that left him in front from a list of seven Mavericks players that had two-digit numbers.

The Mavericks franchise player, who was sitting on the bench for the fourth period, stayed for the third time at the gates of the third consecutive triple-double, which would be a new brand.

The new display of Doncic had as a luxury spectator Nowitzki, the all-time leading scorer of the Mavericks and the player born abroad who has more points to his credit, who retired last season after contesting 21 with a same team, the only one to achieve it in the history of the NBA.

Canadian baseman Jamal Murray contributed 22 goals, including two free throws with 1.5 seconds remaining, and led a list of four players with double-digit scoring in the triumph of the Denver Nuggets, which won the Boston Celtics 96-92.

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The game was marred by the shock of Walker after hitting his head with his teammate Semi Ojeleye at the end of the second quarter.

The player remained motionless for several minutes, while the medical staff of both teams attended him until he left the field on a stretcher with an orthopedic device around his neck to stabilize the area affected by the blow.

In a tweet, the Celtics said Walker was diagnosed with symptoms similar to a concussion, taken to a hospital for further evaluation and released.

The forward Tobias Harris got 26 points for the Philadelphia Sixers, who beat the San Antonio Spurs 115-104, who left with the eighth consecutive loss and in full crisis.

While Australian baseman Ben Simmons had a triple-double with 10 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds for the 76ers, who improved their unbeaten mark in games held in their field to 6-0 so far in the championship.

The losing streak of the Spurs is the longest under the direction of veteran coach Gregg Popovich. The San Antonio team lost eight games in a row in November 1996 under the command of coach Bob Hill, when Popovich was the general manager of the team.

Escort Jimmy Butler got 27 points in the victory of the Miami Heat, which surpassed the Chicago Bulls 108-116.

The Heat achieved the fifth victory in a row and they have the best percentage of shots in the NBA.

Another escort, the Lou Williams reserve, had 26 points with the Los Angeles Clippers, who beat the Houston Rockets 122-119.

The Clippers improved their mark to 10-1 in their field and achieved their fourth consecutive victory thanks to the final basket of forward Kawhi Leonard.

Power forward Blake Griffin got 24 points for the Detroit Pistons beat the Atlanta Hawks 128-103.

Bradley Beal had a double-double of 30 points – fifth game with at least that score – and 12 rebounds that allowed the Washington Wizards to win the devalued Charlotte Hornets 125-118 and achieve the fourth straight victory.

Spencer Dinwiddie contributed 23 points as the leading scorer for the Brooklyn Nets, who won 116-97 to the Sacramento Kings.

Donovan Mitchell got 30 points for the Utah Jazz, which won 113-109 to the decimated Golden State Warriors.


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