LeBron puts up 36-point triple-double, Lakers need all of it to beat Warriors 145-144 in 2OT

LeBron James outshone Stephen Curry in a double-overtime thriller, securing a 145-144 victory for the Los Angeles Lakers over the Golden State Warriors. 

In a clash of NBA titans, James showcased his greatness with a triple-double, scoring 36 points, grabbing a career-high 20 rebounds, and dishing out 12 assists. 

The epic battle featured mesmerizing plays, including stepback 3s, fadeaway jumpers, and drives, keeping fans on the edge of their seats throughout two overtime periods. 

Curry, in top form, contributed 46 points, hitting a clutch go-ahead 3-pointer in the second OT, but it wasn't enough to overcome James and the Lakers. 

Lakers coach Darvin Ham marveled at the high-level basketball game, emphasizing the character and unity displayed by his team in the thrilling contest. 

Klay Thompson's late 3-pointers helped the Warriors force overtime, but he fouled out in the second extra period, leaving Golden State short-handed. 

Despite an injury scare, Anthony Davis returned to make crucial free throws, and he finished the game with 29 points and 13 rebounds. 

The game showcased the mutual respect between James and Curry, two legends appreciating each other's greatness in their 15th and 21st NBA seasons, respectively.

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