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Wagner tallies two goals in Kings' win (0:24)
LeBron, Allen break down the big denial (0:58)
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LeBron: Davis to Lakers would be 'amazing'

LeBron James said it would be "amazing" and "incredible" if the Lakers ended up with the Pelicans' Anthony Davis. The All-Star big man is under contract with New Orleans for next season, and the Lakers would have to swing a trade.

LeBron, Allen break down the big denial (0:58)
LeBron fan runs onto court, gets selfie with King James (0:16)
LeBron goes for 36 in loss to Nets (1:30)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

When he was 13, Jarrett Allen said his coaches would always asked him if he was going to try to block LeBron James' shot when he made it to the NBA. He proved that he had no problem doing that on Tuesday. Allen was the ninth player to block a LeBron dunk in 1850 career dunk attempts when he swatted James in the first quarter of the Nets' win.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenny Atkinson said Jarrett Allen, like all great shot-blockers, isn't afraid to get dunked on and he credits Allen for getting the crowd energized with his strong clock on a LeBron James dunk in the first quarter.

LeBron loses balance, scores anyway for circus and-1 (0:26)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

D'Angelo Rusell has 22 points and 13 assists against his former team to lift the Nets to an upset win over the Lakers. Brooklyn has won six in a row, something they haven't done since 2015. Joe Harris added 19 points and Jared Dudley had 13, including several big shots late in the game. LeBron James had 36 and 13 rebounds.

LeBron swats Hollis-Jefferson, scores on other end (0:32)
LeBron shakes Dudley for two-handed slam (0:25)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Strong night so far for Nets guard D'Angelo Russell, who has 19 points and 11 assists against his old team. Russell has missed 11 of 19 shots but is playing with good pace and has helped Brooklyn take a 7-point leading heading into the fourth quarter.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

There are plenty of Lakers fans here in Brooklyn on Tuesday. You can hear ‘MVP' chants for LeBron James late in the third quarter while James is on the free-throw line.

LeBron messes with ex-teammate Jefferson during timeout (0:15)

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams had four players selected to the 2019 Pro Bowl: Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Aaron Donald and Cory Littleton. Rams alternates include: Andrew Whitworth, Rodger Saffold, Johnny Hekker, Marcus Peters and Robert Woods.

LeBron drops 17 first-half points (1:03)
LeBron spins for coast-to-coast finish (0:15)
Lonzo catches fire for 11 straight Laker points (0:41)
Kuzma soars for one-handed slam (0:15)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge ovation for Brooklyn native Lance Stephenson, who checks in with 3:45 to go in the first quarter of Lakers-Nets.