The Lakers could barely score 86 points over the Thunder, which had Chris Paul as top scorer with 21.
Oklahoma City Thunder tied the main figures of Los Angeles Lakers and won clearly against the leader of the Western Conference, 105-86, in the bubble of the NBA at Mundo de Walt Disney in Orlando, Florida.
Anthony Davis came from scoring 42 points against the Utah Jazz, but against the Thunder he only made 9 in almost half an hour on the court. LeBron James, meanwhile, had 19 goals and 11 rebounds.
Chris Paul led the scoring for Oklahoma and the game with 21 units, in addition to 7 recoveries under the rim and six assists. Another highlight was the Italian Danilo Gallinari, with 19 points.
The Lakers remain high in the West, with a record of 51 wins and 16 losses, while the Thunder (42-25) begins to think about the postseason.
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