The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Houston rockets 117 to 109 in the second game of the Western conference semifinal series of the NBA playoffs, equalizing the score in the series – 1-1, and the statistics shown by team leaders LeBron James and Anthony Davis helped them rewrite another League record.
Recall that in the second game with Houston, the most significant contribution to the Lakers ‘ victory was made by Davis, who scored a double-double of 34 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists. James had another double-double for Los Angeles with 28 points, 11 rebounds and 9 assists.
In the history of the NBA, there has never been a Duo in which each of the basketball players averaged 25.0+ points and 10.0+ rebounds over seven postseason games.
LeBron has an average of 26.4 points and 10.0 rebounds in the current playoffs, while Davis has 29.7 points and 10.1 rebounds.
Lebron James commented on the result of the second match of the series with Houston
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James shared his opinion on the second game of the Western conference semifinal series with the Houston rockets.
“We turned the situation around and made adjustments to the game in the fourth quarter, after allowing the rockets to make a breakthrough in the third game. They were aggressive in defense and offense. They didn’t give James Harden his freedom. We tried to play as a leader. We were the leader throughout the season. In this game, we maintained a high tempo, involved all the players, ” Spectrum SportsNet quotes James as saying.
In reunion (USA), the second game of the Western conference semifinal series of the NBA playoffs between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston rockets ended at the I-SP Wide world of sports arena. The game was won by the Lakers ‘ nominal home team-117:109, equalizing the score in the series – 1-1.
35-year-old American lightweight forward “Los Angeles Lakers” LeBron James marked another historic achievement in the second game of the semifinal series of the NBA playoffs of the Western conference with the ” Houston rockets “(117:109), according to the” Twitter ” ESPN Stats & Info.
With today’s result, LeBron James tied with 5-time NBA champion Derek Fisher for the most playoff wins in NBA history-161. He also beat ray Allen to second place in the number of 3-point shots made in the playoffs (386 hits).