LeBron James' crafty no-look pass had the entire Lakers team fooled

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LeBron James proved why he is called "the King" with a stunning no-look pass to carve open the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. But while Nance Jr. has been doing what he can on the offensive and defensive glass, the Cavaliers were outrebounded, 103-77, by the Clippers and Lakers.

Hawks forward Taurean Prince scored 38 points (seven of 13 from three-point range) and added seven assists and six boards in a 129-122 loss to the Bulls. He will either sign another deal with the Cavaliers, or go to the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets or the Philadelphia 76ers.

With its sixth win in eight games overall, Los Angeles (30-36) emphatically snapped a seven-game losing streak against Cleveland. There have been countless games that the Lakers held the lead with only a few minutes remaining in the game, but somehow found themselves unable to score a bucket when it mattered most.

Ingram has put together a strong second year that has led to him becoming a more consistent offensive contributor now averaging 16.2 points per game on 46.9 percent shooting from the field and 38 percent from beyond the arc.

Myles Turner scored 19 points, including the game-winning basket with 21 seconds to play, and added 10 rebounds for IN, who survived the insane ending to win for the fifth time IN six games.

James recently recorded his 8,000th career assist in late February, becoming the first player in National Basketball Association history to record as many dimes and rebounds while scoring at least 30,000 points in his career.

They have beat the Over/Under 4 times in this two-week span, while falling under 3 times.

For example, in the three matchups against the defending champions, the Golden State Warriors, the Lakers have lost two in overtime and the third by 7.

This will be the second game of the season between these two teams.

At the moment, it doesn't seem like the Cavs' postseason run will last long with their starting guards combining for 18.6 points per game. Their weakest areas are offensive rebounds per game (#27), blocks per game (#27) and steals per game (#24).

During their last five games, the Lakers have scored an average of 114.8 points per game (6.4 above their season average) and allowed an average of 113.0 points per game (2.8 above their season average).

James threw Randle a subtle compliment after the Lakers' win.

Lakers: Ingram was re-evaluated Sunday.