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LeBron James is the fourth in the history of the NBA

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Moscow, February 1 – The Los Angeles Lakers beat the New York Knicks in a regular season game in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
The meeting, which took place in New York, ended with a score of 129: 123 (29:24, 23:29, 34:30, 28:31) in favor of the guests. And LeBron James scored a triple-double with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. The home team’s most productive player was Jelen Bronson, who scored 37 points. Julius Randle (23 points and 12 rebounds) and Isaiah Hartenstein (16 points and 13 rebounds) also had double-doubles.
LeBron James is the fourth most assisted player in NBA history. He passed Mark Jackson (10,334) and Steve Nash (10,336). The Lakers forward also became the first basketball player in league history to record a triple-double in his 20th season. James has 89 points, breaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s NBA record of 38,387 points.

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NBA
01 February 2023 • Starting at 03:30
ended in OT

Other match results:

  • Cleveland Cavaliers – Miami Heat – 97: 100;

  • Chicago Bulls – Los Angeles Clippers – 103: 108;

  • Milwaukee Bucks – Charlotte Hornets – 124: 115;

  • Denver Nuggets – New Orleans Pelicans – 122: 113.

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