Behind clutch plays, Los Angeles Lakers edge the Sacramento Kings, while Boston Celtics win their 10th-straight game

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Behind clutch plays, Los Angeles Lakers edge the Sacramento Kings, while Boston Celtics win their 10th-straight game
Behind clutch plays, Los Angeles Lakers edge the Sacramento Kings, while Boston Celtics win their 10th-straight game

A busy eight-game slate on Saturday was capped off with top teams in each conference - the Los Angeles Lakers in the West and the Boston Celtics in the East - against shorthanded far lower-seeded opponents. Despite the huge gulf in the records with their opponents, the Lakers and Celtics needed clutch plays down the stretch to seal the wins. LeBron James knocked down a pair of clutch free throws and Anthony Davis followed that up with a clutch block on Harrison Barnes to help the Lakers beat the Kings 99-97. In San Francisco, Kemba Walker, who scored 14 of his 20 in the fourth quarter, knocked down a clutch jumper in the final minutes and then put the game out of reach by nailing a pair of

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