NBA = American professional basketball player Rui Hachimura of the Lakers scored 17 points in the game against the Clippers on the 28th, including a go-ahead three-point shot in the fourth quarter, contributing to the team's come-from-behind victory.

Hachimura started 10 consecutive games against the Clippers, who are based in the same Los Angeles area as the Lakers.

He displayed his strength under the basket from the beginning and scored 10 points in the first half, including a spectacular dunk shot, but the team fell behind and had a difficult time coming back.

Even so, in the fourth quarter, the difference was up to 21 points, and the ace player, LeBron James, scored 19 points in this quarter alone, and they were able to catch up hard.The score was tied at 106-106. He received a pass and sank a three-point shot, giving the Lakers the victory.

Immediately after that, Hachimura showed his strength by scoring from under the basket to expand the lead. He played 29 minutes and 27 seconds, scoring 17 points, his third consecutive double-digit score, and had 2 rebounds. It was.

The Lakers came from behind to win 116-112, thanks to Hachimura's performance.

The total record was 32 wins and 28 losses.

Grizzlies Yuta Watanabe No points despite coming on as a substitute

On the other hand, Grizzlies' player Yuta Watanabe appeared as a substitute in the game against the Timberwolves, which was held in the opponent's home base of Minneapolis, and did not score any points.

Watanabe entered the game in the middle of the first quarter and played for 7 minutes and 24 seconds, dribbling to draw the opponent in and passing, leading to a score and recording two assists.

He had no points and one rebound.

The Grizzlies lost 101-110, losing their third straight game and falling to 20 wins and 39 losses.