01, 03 Today, the Lakers beat the Hornets 121-115 in an away game and won two consecutive games.
In this game, Lakers forward LeBron James played 40 minutes and scored 43 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists on 16 of 26 shots.
This is James scoring 40 points in two consecutive games, and his current age is 38 years and 3 days.
So far, James has created the third longest record in the history of scoring 40+ points in two consecutive games, second only to Michael Jordan’s age record created twice in the 2001-02 season.
Jordan once played two consecutive 40-point games at 38 years and 343 days (40 points, 41 points) and 38 years and 317 days (51 points, 45 points).
At the same time, James also created the oldest record of scoring 40+ points in two consecutive games in the history of the Lakers.