The Lakers lost to tough Raptors

Toronto broke equality in the final five minutes and resolved the game thanks to the work of Kyle Lowry. In Los Angeles, Lebron James had 20 points.

Los Angeles Lakers, the best in the Western Conference of the NBA, could not against Toronto Raptors, one of the great candidates in the East who took the 107-92 victory at the Walt Disney World complex in Orlando.

The Canadians started in an excellent way with a partial demolition of 13-0 at the beginning of the match. However, the bank of the Angelina franchise matched the goals and managed to go to the break with a slight advantage (44-41).

In the third leg, Kyle Lowry led the Canadian franchise to gain his maximum 13-point lead (63-50). But Anthony Davis, who was not having a great game, regained ground for the Angels with 10 points to go to the last quarter with a difference of a basket.

The fourth quarter continued to equalize halfway through, but Toronto began to make a difference thanks to the great work of Lowry, top scorer with 33 points and a double-double for his 14 rebounds, in addition to 6 assists. In the Lakers, Lebron James had 20 points and 10 recoveries.

In addition, in another game of the day, the Indiana Pacers beat the Philadelphia 76ers 127-121 with an incredible performance by TJ Warren, who scored his highest score in a game with 53 points and also triples with 9. The forward completely overshadowed the 41 goals and 21 rebounds achieved by Joel Embiid.

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