Lakers return to NBA victory, LeBron James sent off 

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Following a three-game losing streak, the Los Angeles Lakers found their way back to winning ways Sunday night over the Detroit Pistons in a 121-116 win And the buzz of the evening: LeBron James did not finish the game against the Pistons, he was sent off after injuring an opponent in the face. 

This Sunday, November 21, the King James team, the Lakers finally got their heads out of the abyss after a three-game losing streak, they fell on a Detroit Pistons team not too in great shape during the game, and collected a result of 121 to 116. But the buzz of the evening was the expulsion of LeBron James at the start of the third quarter for a savage foul on Isaiah Stewart. 

Following a confrontation for a rebound, LeBron suddenly hit the face of Isaiah who wanted to come to blows with his opponent and had to be restrained several times by his teammates. Both players were expelled following this altercation which also involved Russell Westbrook, who received a technical foul due to his involvement in the altercation. 

On this victory, the Lakers must thank Antony Davis (30 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 blocks, 4 steals) and Russell Westbrook (26 points, 9 rebounds, 10 assists), they offered solid performances which made all the difference. The victory is the ninth for the Lakers to lose so many games and sit 8th in the Western Conference. 


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