NBA: Carmelo Anthony and the Blazers survive the LaMelo Ball show with the biggest bombing in their history: 24 triples!

NBA Portland ends four-game losing streak

Carmelo Anthony throws 3 against the defense of Miles Bridges of the Charlotte Hornets
AP

El veteran forward Carmelo Anthony scored 29 points and the base Damian Lillard contributed a double-double of 23 points and 10 assists for the ones Portland Trail Blazers to end a four-game losing streak and beat the Charlotte Hornets for 123-111.

The eaves Robert Covington signed his best game of the season with 21 points and 10 rebounds for some Blazers that came to command up to 19 during the last quarter and that cemented their triumph in their particular recital from the triple with 24 pitches of three scored, setting a new record for the Oregon franchise.

The Hornets were led one more night by LaMelo Ball, which continues to add arguments for his candidacy for Rookie of the Year. The Californian guard finished with 30 points on his account, plus eight assists, for a team that has not won in Portland since March 2008.

The first-year player has established himself as the leader of the Hornets in the absence of Gordon Hayward and since taking over as the team’s starter, he has averaged 20.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 6.8 assists. Numbers that only Oscar Robertson managed to sign in his rookie season in the NBA.

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