NBA: LeBron 36 points from the record; Curry is injured and Irving is on the bench | Summary

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During the Saturday day of the nba, Lebron James keep getting closer to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's all-time points record despite the defeat, on a day that was also marked by an injury to Stephen Curry for the Golden State Warriors.

Besides, Kyrie Irvingthat asked for his transfer from the Nets before the market closes on February 9, was on the bench against the Washington Wizardsfor which it was officially reported as "due to physical problems."

New Orleans Pelicans 131-126 Los Angeles Lakers

The pelicans ended a ten-game winning streak with a win over the lakers led by 35 points scored by Brandon Ingram and 27 of Jameswhich is already placed only 36 points of the all-time NBA points record of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

'King James' He is averaging 30.2 points per game, so if he holds it, the record could come as early as Tuesday or as late as Thursday against the bucks.

Golden State Warriors 119-113 Dallas Mavericks

Stephen Curry retired in the third period of the game won by the warriors about some mavs without Luka Doncicwho suffered a twisted knee by a contact with McKinley Wright II.

He MVP of the last finals underwent an MRI on Sunday that determined that the star will be away from the court for "multiple weeks".

For his part, Dallas has a balance de 0-7 in the campaign when the Slovenian star is not available.

Denver Nuggets 128-108 Atlanta Hawks

Nikola Jokic sealed his eighteenth triple double of the year with the Nuggets and number 94 of his career, by contributing 14 points, 18 rebounds and ten assists in the victory over the hawks.

Jamal Murray he shone with 41 points for Denver in his best performance of the season, keeping his team as solid leaders in the West with a record of 37-16.

Brooklyn Nets 125-123 Washington Wizards

Without Kyrie Irvingwho asked to be transferred from the Netsneither Kevin Durantthe New Yorkers were able to come back from 23 points behind to knock down the capital.

irving officially missed the game by a few discomfort in the right calfwhile in the United States there is speculation about its future, with lakersThe Angels Clippersdallas Mavericks and phoenix suns as interested teams, according to the US media.

cam thomas signed the best performance of his career, with 44 points, and gave the victory to the Netsagainst some Wizards in which the Latvian Kristaps Porzingis scored 38 points. kyle kuzma withdrew from the match after a painful ankle twist.

New York Kincks 128-134 Los Angeles Clippers

Kawhi Leonard signed 35 points and Paul George scored 30 and the Clippers they were imposed on knicks in it Madison Square Garden in a vibrant match, in which the Angelenos forced overtime with a triple of Nicolas Batum after blowing a 17-point margin in the fourth quarter.

Milwaukee Bucks 123-115 Miami Heat

Giannis Antetokounmpo sealed his triple double number 32 in his career, contributing 35 points, fifteen rebounds and eleven assists in the victory of the bucks at the expense of those in Florida.

Detroit Pistons 100-116 phoenix suns
Chicago Bulls 129-121 Portland Blazers
Oklahoma City Thunder 153-121 Houston Rockets

(With information from EFE)

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