LeBron James drops yet another chasedown block. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving squared up against one another in a pivotal game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks in a highly anticipated matchup between the two teams. The lack of understanding between the two players was obvious during the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Dallas Mavericks game.
Furthermore, LeBron selected Kyrie as his first choice for his All-Star team prior to this happening. And then, when the two met today, LeBron James chasedown block vs Kyrie without showing any regret.
One thing became clear as the Mavericks and Lakers game progressed: there will be no regret. LeBron James was not going to allow Kyrie Irving to comfortably reach the rack. He accomplished this using one of his standard chase-down blocks. Just observe how LeBron stops Kyrie’s play by advancing to the rack.
Pay a bit more attention to the play. LeBron James doesn’t even need to hustle since he is aware of what is going to happen. A play is a play, though. A block like this is also likely to be featured in highlight videos.
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Lakers vs Mavericks appeared to be a tight game soon after LeBron James bagged his chasedown block
Of course, it goes without saying that the Lakers-Mavs game is likely to be close. The Lakers’ revamped team is fighting valiantly, and the Mavs, led by Kyrie and Luka, are not giving up. Whatever happens in the game, both sides appear to be strong, regardless of the outcome.
Further fights between LeBron and Kyrie are to be expected. On Sunday, Anthony Davis was the standout player as the visiting Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Dallas Mavericks 111-108. LeBron James added 26 points to Davis’ 30 points and 15 rebounds as their team prevailed.
The lead changed hands many times until James scored inside with 1:26 left and a Davis dunk with two minutes left gave the Lakers a 106-103 edge. With 32 seconds left, Irving made a basket inside for Dallas Mavericks before Davis made a basket over Doncic with 18.8 seconds left to give Dallas the lead, 108-105.
When Los Angeles extended its winning streak to three games in his fifth game with the Lakers, Jarred Vanderbilt added 15 points and a season-high 17 rebounds.
On the fourth time, Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving were on the court together for the Mavericks, who lost the game 1-3. Irving had 21 points and 11 assists, while Doncic had 26 points and 9 rebounds.
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