After a preseason with a very negative record, followed by two defeats in the first two games of the season, the Los Angeles Lakers finally won their first game last Sunday night, achieving an away win over the Memphis Grizzlies, for 118-121.
With this result, Los Angeles can breathe in the face of the pressure it has been facing due to poor results this season, in a match that had strong feelings until the last second and 40 Ja Morant points for the Grizzlies.
Lakers winger Carmelo Anthony, who scored 28 points a game, became the 9th all-time leading scorer in NBA history, with a total of 27,410 points since his debut in 2003, with the Nuggets.
The experienced player ensures that it is an honor to be a part of this list and to beat Moussa Malone (now 10th), ensuring that this feeling is hard to express: “It’s hard to put into words. I’m still here, doing these exhibitions, and that’s what motivates me. Anthony said at the end of what was Memphis’ first loss of the season, “I’m already in my 19th season and I’m still passionate about the game and getting better.
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Sunday night also marked a third win for the Golden State Warriors, who defeated the Sacramento Kings (119-107), undefeated this season. The Charlotte Hornets also maintained their unbeaten record this season, securing a victory over the Brooklyn Nets (111-95).
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