Triple Double At The Garden

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On Tuesday night at The Garden, LeBron James put on a show, as the Lakers won in overtime, 129-123.

James, who didn’t play in Monday night’s game in Brooklyn, moved within 89 points of becoming the NBA’s all-time leading scorer as he filled up the box score with 28 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists. Anthony Davis also returned to the lineup, playing 37 minutes, and contributing 27 points.

The Knicks have remained competitive throughout the year, but are now 12-14 at home, a record that’s prevented them from truly contending in the Eastern Conference. As for the Lakers, 24-28 overall, and continue to strive for consistency that will see them move up the standings in the Western Conference.

Now with James back, as well as Davis, and newcomer, Rui Hachimura, Los Angeles has their best chance to make a run. Up next will be another east coast game, on Thursday night in Indiana.