LOS ANGELES, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Golden State Warriors 127-123 in the NBA actions on Wednesday night after an exhausting overtime.
Lakers' 20-year-old forward Brandon Ingram showed off his gifts and diligence in the match with a career-high 32 points, meanwhile his five other teammates added over 10 points.
The Lakers played head-to-head against the defending champions from the second quarter of the match and lost many chances to extend the lead, including the last shot from Ingram at the last second of the fourth period, which almost gave them a victory before the two teams tied at 109 to 109.
Then Stephen Curry, who went one of seven on three-point attempts in regulation, took the game into OT, locking the win with two three pointers early on.
After the tough win, Curry patted the Lakers' 20-year-old point guard Lonzo Ball on the head, who finished with a 15-point and 10-assist double-double.