LeBron James knocked down five three-pointers in a 2:56 span en route to 36 points as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the visiting San Antonio Spurs 129-102 on Tuesday at Staples Center.
By the time James was done, a 87-77 Lakers lead expanded to 108-87, with this three from the wing capping it off.
James added nine assists and seven rebounds for the 38-11 Lakers, who won their second straight game. Kyle Kuzma contributed an 18-point, 12-rebound double-double, and Davis had 18 points as well.
DeMar DeRozan dominated for the 22-28 Spurs with 28 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. LaMarcus Aldridge went just 3-of-10 for seven points.