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Los Angeles Lakers, led by Anthony Davis, stage double OT comeback victory against Milwaukee Bucks

Posted : 27 March 2024

In a thrilling match in Milwaukee, the LA Lakers, led by Anthony Davis, staged a remarkable comeback from a big deficit in the fourth quarter to secure a 128-124 victory over the Bucks in double overtime. Davis scored 34 points and was instrumental in the Lakers' late surge, with Austin Reaves contributing 29 points, including the decisive three-pointer.

Despite missing LeBron James, the Lakers struggled initially and trailed the Bucks for much of the game. However, Anthony Davis' stellar performance, including 23 rebounds, propelled them to the stunning late comeback, outscoring the Bucks 26-7 in the final stretch to force overtime.

Davis, who played for 53 minutes, emphasized the competitiveness of the game and the resilience of both teams. He highlighted the fast-paced nature of modern basketball, where large leads can quickly evaporate due to the high-powered offenses in the league.

The Lakers took the lead in the second overtime period, thanks to Reaves' clutch three-pointer, and held on until the final seconds, with the Bucks unable to respond. Giannis Antetokounmpo missed crucial free throws as the Lakers sealed the victory.

Reaves' outstanding performance, including a triple-double with 29 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists, complemented Davis' heroics, while D'Angelo Russell also contributed with 29 points and 12 assists for LA. Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 29 points, 21 rebounds, and 11 assists, expressing determination to bounce back from the defeat.

Meanwhile, in other NBA action, Luka Doncic guided the Dallas Mavericks to their fifth consecutive win with a dominant 28-point performance against the Sacramento Kings. Klay Thompson's 28 points helped the Golden State Warriors secure a comfortable 113-92 victory over the Miami Heat, while the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 119-112, led by Jalen Williams' 26 points.



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