LeBron James explains why the Lakers have a ‘well-balanced’ team

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The LA Lakers earned their first victory of the new National Basketball Association season on Christmas Day, with the defending champions overcoming the Dallas Mavericks by a 138-115 scoreline at the STAPLES Center. The former point guard of the Atlanta Hawks and Oklahoma City Thunder averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds, and 8 assists over the first two matches.

The Los Angeles Lakers continue to recognize Kobe Bryant's role in inspiring the team's special season by incorporating his memory into the design of their championship rings.

It is four-time National Basketball Association champion James in Christmas Day games, tying the record held Heat colleague Dwyane Wade.

Two-time National Basketball Association champion Kevin Durant continued his impressive return from an Achilles tendon injury that kept him out of last season as he scored 29 points in the Brooklyn Nets' 123-95 win over the Boston Celtics.

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Nets watch Kyrie Irving hit 37 focuses against in Boston.

Paul George scored 23 focuses, star Kawhi Leonard scored in the final quarter after a unintentional crash with partner Serge Ibaka left him requiring eight join in his mouth.

Also rolling to a holiday triumph was Milwaukee Bucks, who had a game-high 31 points from Khris Middleton to beat Golden State Warriors 138-99 - the second-most lopsided blowout in NBA Christmas history. Robinson finished with 23 points, hitting 7-of-13 from beyond the arc, in leading 2020 National Basketball Association runner-up Heat over visiting New Orleans Pelicans 111-98.

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