Watch for free NBA TV and still live Los Angeles Lakers vs. Atlanta Hawks for game 13 of the NBA which will be played this Sunday, from 9:30 at night (Peruvian time), at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The broadcast of the meeting will be in charge of NBA TV. Do not miss the minute-by-minute details ONLINE through ELBOCON.PE.
Lakers vs. Hawks | Match Schedules:
9:30 p.m. – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, United States (New York +1, Washington +1, Florida +1, Nevada -2)
10:30 p.m. – Venezuela, Bolivia
11:30 p.m. – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay
02:30 hours – United Kingdom
03:30 hours – Spain, Germany, Italy, France
LeBron James converted two free throws on Friday with 5.5 seconds left, Anthony Davis blocked a basket of Harrison Barnes over the two-handed horn, and the Lakers defeated the Sacramento Kings from their former coach Luke Walton 99-97. It was the tenth victory of Los Angeles in eleven dates.
James finished with 29 goals and 11 assists, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 12 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter for the third win in the Lakers, who lead the Western Conference.
The Angels had a 95-90 income three minutes from the end after the third triple of Caldwell-Pope, but Bogdan Bogdanovic scored five straight points that matched the board. James reopened with a tray with 1:50 minutes to play, but Bogdanovic gave the reply with another that returned the tables to the scoreboard in the absence of 22 seconds.
Barnes committed a foul on James on the perimeter, and the ace of the Lakers converted his two pitches. Barnes tried to assemble the tie basket, but Davis, with two hands, put on his fourth stopper of the night.
Buddy Hield finished with 21 points and eight rebounds, and Bogdanovic contributed 18 points for the Kings on Walton's return to Los Angeles. The coach was fired from the Lakers last April after three bad seasons on the bench.
The Atlanta Hawks, on the other hand, are coming off a loss to the Phoenix Suns, who beat them on Thursday 128-112.
Lakers vs. Hawks | Possible alignments:
Lakers: LeBron James, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Danny Green, Anthony Davis, JaVale McGee.
Hawks: Bring Young, Cam Reddish, De'Andre Hunter, Jabari Parker, Damian Jones.