Bucks defeated Lakers in double overtime thanks to Reeves' triple-double.

The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 128-124 on Tuesday night thanks to a triple-double from Austin Reaves and a game-winning 3-pointer from the field with 37.8 seconds remaining in the second overtime. LeBron James was not in the game.

The Lakers won their fourth consecutive game despite falling behind by 19 points in the fourth quarter and never taking the lead in regulation, thanks in large part to 29 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists from Reaves in 47 minutes of play. This victory capped up a six-game trip for the team. While playing all fifty minutes, Anthony Davis finished with 34 points and 23 boards.

With 29 points, a career-high 21 rebounds, and 11 assists, Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks also recorded a triple-double. The Bucks' scoring came from Damian Lillard (27 points) and Malik Beasley (21 points).

Victory 113, Loss 92 In Miami, — With 28 points from Klay Thompson and 18 from Jonathan Kuminga, Golden State pulled away in the second half to defeat Miami, which was still playing without its injured star player. Golden State led by two points at halftime and by as many as twenty-two points in the fourth quarter, thanks to 17 points apiece from Stephen Curry and Andrew Wiggins.

Miami lost their leading scorer Jimmy Butler to an illness, but Bam Adebayo made up for it with 24 points. Additionally, the Heat were without four-game-standing injuries: Kevin Love (heel), Duncan Robinson (back), and Tyler Herro (foot), all of whom had been sidelined for 16 games in a row.

PELICANS 112. Thunder 119. While in New Orleans, — Oklahoma City defeated New Orleans 119–112 thanks to 26 points from Jalen Williams and a 12-0 surge in the last 2 minutes and thirty-one seconds. With 1 minute and 29 seconds remaining, Josh Giddey tied the game with a 3-pointer, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 24 points.

After falling behind 88-68, the Pelicans rallied behind a 20-2 run that included 29 points from Zion Williamson and 10 assists from CJ McCollum to win the game and the crowd's support.

King's 96, Mavericks 132 — In Sacramento, California, With 26 of his 28 points coming in the first half, Luka Doncic led Dallas to a 5-2 victory over the Sacramento Kings.

Both the Mavericks and the Kings are vying for a spot in the Western Conference playoffs; with Doncic's contributions of 11 boards, 6 assists, and 3 steals, the Mavericks jumped to sixth place, one game ahead of the Kings. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 22 points in just 22 minutes off the bench, and Kyrie Irving added 24 points and 8 assists.

The Kings were led by De'Aaron Fox, who scored 18 points despite shooting just 6-for-18 from the field. Keegan Murray got 17 more. With his 55th consecutive double-double, Domantas Sabonis tied Jerry Lucas for the longest streak in franchise history with 12 points, 11 rebounds, and 9 assists.

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