Floyd Mayweather Jr., Scottie Pippen, And Others Stars Showed Up For LeBron James' Lakers' Latest Embarassment

Fans of the Los Angeles Lakers started this season with a great deal of expectation, especially after last year’s disappointing results. According to their performances so far this season, it looks like it’s going to be a tough road ahead for them. As a result of the 106-104 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Lakers have lost their third straight game since the start of the season. Fans will undoubtedly be disappointed with the team’s performances so far, especially after finishing pre-season with a 1-5 record as well. Fans saw some great performances from the Trail Blazers, especially from Damian Lillard. With 12.4 left in the game, he hit a pull-up 3-pointer that gave his team a lead that eventually won the game. 

Initially, everyone thought that the Lakers would come away with this victory, but everything changed in the end. As for the Lakers, LeBron James played well, scoring 31 points, grabbing 8 rebounds, and dishing out 8 assists.

During the first half of the game on Sunday, LeBron James and co. had a smooth start. In the first few minutes of the game, Anthony Davis concentrated more on protecting the rim and getting blocks. The team was led by Russell Westbrook, who scored five points.

Additionally, he delivered a beautiful dime to Lonnie Walker IV early in the game. The Los Angeles Lakers continued their game with league-leading three steals. A number of celebrities and former players of the teams were also in the crowd to watch this game.

It has been reported that millionaire boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and six-time NBA champion Scottie Pippen were among the guests at the game. Pippen, who was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers ahead of the 1999-00 NBA season, was there to support his former team. With a solid performance in the second half, led by franchise cornerstone Damian Lillard, the Trail Blazers bounced back.

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