The LA Lakers defeated the Golden State Warriors 124-111, ending LeBron James' streak of scoring 20+ points in 37 straight games.
The four-time MVP's stretch of scoring at least 20 points per game began on November 6 of this season and came to an end against the Warriors on Friday, February 24.
James scored 13 points while making just 5 of his 20 field goal attempts against Steve Kerr's squad.
LBJ only had two mistakes while racking up nine rebounds and eight assists to make up for his lack of scoring.
Just 26 minutes were played by LeBron James, who departed the game with eight minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
James and the other starters were removed from the game with the Lakers leading 106-82.
The Warriors waved the white flag shortly after, bringing in their bench players as the Lakers were more than content to hold their lead for the remainder of the game.
James had a significant role in the LA Lakers' ability to win games and gain trade deadline victories. But, the Laker's roster shuffle and the inclusion of players like Malik Beasley,
D'Angelo Russell, and Jarred Vanderbilt meant that going ahead, they wouldn't be able to significantly lessen the burden on LeBron James and Anthony Davis.