Thompson's 10 threes led the Warriors to a big win over the Lakers


LOS ANGELES – Klay Thompson scored an NBA record by making his first 10 attempts from a distance of 3 points, scoring 44 points when the Golden State Warriors beat the Los Angeles Lakers 130-111 on Monday night to equal the highest season with their eighth consecutive win

Thompson finished 10 of 11 from outside the bow as the defending champion twice won the seventh game in a row. The star keeper has 23 points in the third quarter, connected with seven 3 when the Warriors enlarge their lead to 36 points. He finally missed the end of the period.

Kevin Durant added 20 points and Stephen Curry added 11 points and 12 assists, winning 2 out of 10 from 3 points for Golden State.

The symbol of his offensive night was calm, Curry came dribbling alone to break fast, but slipped and fell, breathing in from the crowd. He hurried to his feet, got the ball back and put on an air ball.

Ivica Zubac leads Los Angeles with 18 points. Brandon Ingram added 17 and Kyle Kuzma had 16.

The Lakers without major ball handlers and their playmakers at LeBron James, Lonzo Ball and Rajon Rondo. They fell to 5-9 without James, whose left groin groin forced him out for the longest range in his 16-year career.

Coming up split in two straight overtime matches, the Lakers remained close in the first round, trailing 65-55 at the break.

But Thompson launched a 3-pointer – the first of nine Golden State in the third – and the Warriors went on to beat the Lakers 45-25 to lead 110-80 into the fourth.

Golden State snipers silenced the crowd and allowed the Warriors to sit four of their five starters in the fourth, leaving DeMarcus Cousins ​​briefly before he also went to the bench.

Cousins ​​have eight points, nine rebounds, five assists and four fouls in their second match for the Warriors since missing nearly a year due to a severe knee injury.

The Warriors have made 141 points 3 to 93 for opponents during their eight consecutive wins.


Soldier: All 12 players score goals. … Their other eight games in a row this season are October 22 to November 5. … They matched the 1-1 season series, after losing 127-101 at Christmas.

Lakers: Coach Luke Walton hopes James can return this week when the Lakers have five matches straight at the Staples Center. … The ball comes out four to six weeks with a sprained left ankle. … Rondo (right ring finger surgery) has played in contact practice but still supports his injured hand. … Josh Hart has six points, one assist and four offenses starting from Ball. … Jack Nicholson makes a rare appearance on the sidelines. Mahershala Ali, Snoop Dogg, James Franco, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao were among the crowd.


Warriors: In Washington on Thursday on the third trip of four matches.

Lakers: Host of Minnesota on Thursday.


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