The Philadelphia 76ers dealt LeBron James his worst career defeat

At home, Philadelphia defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 138–94. This was the 76ers' twelfth NBA victory since the season's start, and their second in a row.

For LeBron James, whose professional career began in 2003, it was the most crushing loss to date. Previously, when playing for Miami, the winger was a member of an NBA Finals team that lost by 36 points; in 2019, Laker lost to Indiana by 42 points.

For the Sixers, Tyrese Maxey contributed 31 points and 8 assists. With 30 points, 11 boards, and 11 assists, Joel Embiid nailed a triple-double. Off the bench, Marcus Morris scored 16 points.

LeBron James scored 18 points and dished out 5 assists to lead the Lakers. With 17 points and 11 boards, Anthony Davis was the game-winner. Austin Reeves and DiAngelo Russell both maintained double-digit point totals (12 points and 7 assists, respectively).

When compared to the Los Angeles squad's 7/28 three-point shooting percentage, the hosts' 22/45 was far superior. The Sixers also had an advantage in rebounds, with 48 compared to 32 for the Lakers.

Denver defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 113-104 to win their second consecutive league game, even though Nikola Jokic was absent with a lower back injury.

With 35 points and 13 assists, Reggie Jackson laid the groundwork for Denver. There were 21 points, 13 boards, and 5 assists from Deandre Jordan. A combined total of 12 points were scored by Justin Holiday and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. With 31 points and 8 rebounds, Kawhi Leonard was the Clippers' leading scorer. Along with Nikola Pekovic, Ivica Zubac scored 23 points and grabbed 14 boards. Russell Westbrook had a double-double with fourteen points and eleven boards.

Score: 107–126 for Washington—Detroit

Portland defeats Indiana 110:114

New Orleans defeated Utah 114:112. /BGNES