LeBron James had a hat-trick twice at his first home at Staples Center as Los Angeles Lakers were losing Denver Nuggets 128-111 on Thursday.
James has 28 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds, giving Lakers a late lead without losing a shot.
"We are stopped, it is one of our favorites in the league, so do you have the ability to go and run," James said, adding his double career double.
It was the second successive season in Lakers two days after drawing 0-3 at the start of the season.
Lance Stephenson finished 12 points, but was more important than the third three in the fourth place which led to a 15-2 victory over Los Angeles.
"Make the dance, it was unbelievable by what he did last night," said James. "We have taken the place where we left and we won."
Kyle Kuzma scored 22 points, while JaVale McGee helped 21-yards James three times twice – the first time for his new club.
While Kobe Bryant was watching the actors for the first time since James arrived in Los Angeles, Cleveland Cavalier James has already taken the Staples Center team to their feet with 3:31.
Nikola Jokic scored 24 points from the Nuggets side, who started the season as the best season since the 2009-10 season.
Lakers have won despite having been without new players for the fines of Brandon Ingram and Rajon Rondo. Ingram will miss another one game in the first half of Lakers & Houston Rockets last week, while Rondo returns to San Antonio on Saturday.
"We've been playing all our games, and we want to try it against San Antonio on Saturday," said James.
Meanwhile, Damian Lillard scored 41 points with Portland Trail Blazers moving to a string of 128-114 rivals Orlando Magic.
Lillard scored 34 goals in the second half, with Trail Blazers showing a strong defender and frustrating the midfielder.
CJ McCollum has 22 points from Traz Blazers and Jusuf Nurkic with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Nikola Vucevic put Orlando ahead on 24 points and 11 rebounds. Terrence Ross got 21 points from the bench, while Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier had 17 games.
Ross has a brain in a long distance, but Traz Blazers has launched 91-80 shooting at the end of the third. The Magic gave three points to the lead, but McCollum and Lillard joined the match eight points in a row to restore the two points in the 110-99.
In Oklahoma City, Jayson Tatum scored 24 points, while Celtic came in at half-time with a 16-point lead at the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-95.
Marcus Morris added 21 points, Al Khalford scored 19 goals and Kyrie Irving scored 15 goals for Celtics, 3-2 on aggregate.
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Paul Paul has scored 22 points for Oklahoma City, who have not won this season.
Russell Westbrook shot five in 20. He finished 13 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists. The Thunder is one of two teams that have not won.
Oklahoma City continued to dominate 50-34, but Morris marked three portraits of 27 seconds to include the Boston 98-95 lead.
"I have done a great job to make sure we can play the game, and I'm sorry for what happened," said Westbrook.