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Without leBron James, the Lakers ended up beating the Utah Jazz on his Overtime opportunity

Without leBron James, the Lakers ended up beating the Utah Jazz on his Overtime opportunity
Lakers Without leBron James, finally win


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- On Sunday morning WIB, April 18, 2021, in the NBA continued match, the Los Angeles Lakers hosted the Utah Jazz without the presence of LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

In that match even though the Lakers were not attended by 2 of their star players, the Lakers were still able to win even though they had to fight tooth and nail through their Overtime with a score of 127-115. But not only the Lakers, but the Utah Jazz also played without their three-star players, Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, and Mike Conley. But even so, the Utah Jazz made the hosts difficult.

The Lakers were 14 points behind the Utah Jazz, and they need Dennis Schroder's three-pointer to equalize at 110-110 and hope to take the game into overtime.

But unfortunately, the Lakers appeared in Trengginas during overtime. Andre Drummond and his friends posted 17-5 in the overtime session. And that effort paid off, the Lakers finally came out as winners with a score of 127-115. And Andre Drummond managed to score the most points from his team. He managed to score 27 points and was followed by Kentavios Caldwell-Pope with a fine achievement of 25 points.

The following are the NBA results for Sunday, April 18, 2021

  • Washington Wizards 121-100 Detroit Piston
  • Chicago Bulls 106-96 Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Boston Celtics 119-114 Golden State Warriors
  • Milwaukee Bucks 115-128 Memphis Grizzlies
  • Phoenix Suns 85-111 San Antonio Spurs

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LeBron James has been injured since last week in the part of his right ankle. So that the Los Angeles Likers have temporarily lost their star players. The trials the Likers found did not end there, Likers also had to be willing to lose their star player, Anthony Davis, who also suffered a calf injury several months ago.

Even so, the Likers continued to play sportsmanship in order to beat their opponents, and that is not the reason for them to keep on doing well while waiting for LeBron James and Anthony Davis to recover from their injuries.

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