LeBron James Scores 28 points, Lakers against Blazers 114-110

LeBron James had 28 points and seven assistant and Los Angeles Lakers beat Portland Trail Blazers 114-110 on Saturday night.

Rajon Rondo handed Lakers the bench, completing 17 points and 10 assists for 25 minutes.

Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have scored 30 points in Portland.
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Lakers beat 16-0 in the quarter-finals to take the lead in 17 points. Josh Hart struck 3-pointers of 9:44 to Lakers, their greatest 95-75 leader, forcing Portland time.
At that time it was just what Portland needs to get back to the game.

The Blazers came out on 22-8, and paraded Lakers with six points and 3:34 pm after clashing with Jusuf Nurkic.

The sacking game has again come back to hurt the Lakers in the fourth round, but Blazers have not been able to get so close as James and JaVale McGee have committed serious criminals in the last couple of minutes.

Portland rose from 6 to 35 (17 per cent) off the outskirts.

Lakers have seven rows in the fourth round and finished at 20, but survived their mistake.

Lakers have started a good start, but Blazers have quickly been controlling. The second successes and opportunities have aroused 17-2 in Portland during the first quarter.

The first half of the Lakers helped Los Angeles return to the first half, making Blazers 51-26.


Blaugrana coach Terry Stotts says it's difficult to control where his team are at the defense, because the league's lowest league season has picked up this season.

"It's hard to get a better league title," Stotts said. "The numbers say we are 11th but do not feel that way, but we are, I think this season should settle down to see where we are, if you do not have a group up to 80 or 90 you are looking for something very you need to be better. "

Lakers: Phoenix Hibernation Tyson Chandler will join Lakers when he leaves and leaves after agreeing a purchase agreement. The person who has direct knowledge of the situation has confirmed the sale plan called & # 39; Associated Press & # 39; On Saturday, speaking on condition that his name was not known because the sun was not yet clear.

Although Lakers team manager Luke Walton has a direct talk about the move, Stotts likes what Chandler brings to the table for Lakers. Stotts trained in Chandler in Dallas 2011.

"I love Tyson Chandler," said Stotts. "He's a great player, obviously a few years ago, but he had an impact on the end of the defense, he's a great guy, his great friend, everything is successful, so every Tyson team it would be good. "

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