Ingram's game-winner lifts Lakers past Sixers

BRANDOM Ingram of the Los Angeles Lakers made the game winning three-point shot to defeat the Philadelphia Seventy Sixers despite Joel Imbrid's 33 points, 107-104.

The Lakers dominated the first quarter scoring 32 points by Brandom Ingram leading the way to scoring his first 10 points and got the steady lead with 7 points, 32-25.

In the second quarter, Laker's Jordan Clarkson scored his first 8 points and helped his team maintain the lead and not let the Sixers get over their score, ending the second with the Lakers leading, 57-49.

But the Sixers did not lose their composure.

The Sixers gave the Lakers a fight during the fourth quarter and eventually tying the game, 104-104.

This was made possible through the Sixers' starters balanced scoring and their very own Imbrid scoring 13 points and had their way in the defensive end.

Evetually, Imbrid missed a key shot that could've potentially put them up against the Lakers.

After that play, Ingram was able to to make his 2nd 3-point shot courtesy of the 8 assists of Lonzo Ball.

Ingram was helped in the scoring end alongside Julius Randle and and Jordan Clarkson both having 16 points.

Ball almost had a triple double with 10 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assists.

For the Sixers, Ben Simmons had a triple double in the loss with 12 ppoints, 13 rebounds and 15 assists alongside Imbrid's 33 points 7 rebounds and 6 assists. (USC AB Communications Intern Frankl Glarino/SunStar Philippines)


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