LeBron James shines in Miami and the Lakers get a record that has not been seen for 47 years

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Los Angeles Lakers do not lower the piston in the NBA. The team commanded by LeBron James and Anthony Davis has added his thirteenth victory at home, or what is the same, your second best streak in history. Something that it didn't look in the angelina franchise since year 1971/72, a record that seriously threatens, there are only three victories.

The most dominant NBA player of the last decade has before him the great challenge of bringing the Lakers back to the top. He has won the ring three times and also has several international titles representing the United States.

Lebron James

Los Angeles Lakers player.

His victory over Miami Heat for a score of 110-113, keeps them like absolute leaders of the NBA. LeBron James and company register a balance of 23 wins and 3 losses, matched with Milwaukee Bucks. Two teams that are in numbers of being able to match the record of most wins in a season, belonging to the Golden State Warriors.

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The forward showed itself as a fundamental piece for victory. Your numbers: 29 points, 9 rebounds and 12 assists. Almost a triple double for Akron's, figures he is used to. He was accompanied in an unbeatable way by the pivot Anthony Davis, who with his 33 points and 10 rebounds He was unstoppable under the hoops.

The Miami team did not make things easy for them to win. The Florida team had one last possession to match the game, but the shot of Jimmy Butler hit the hoop, spoiling the opportunity. Further, Miami Heat lost for the first time this season in his pavilion, where so far recorded a 11-0

The 'King', at 34, continues to accumulate stratospheric numbers. Average per match 25.8 points, 10.2 assists and 7 rebounds. Figures placed between favorites to get hold of it MVP.



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