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Paul George was unstoppable and helped Oklahoma City Thunder edge the LA Lakers on the road (100-107).

It was a close game for three quarters (25-25, 57-59, 82-78), but the visitors played very well in the fourth quarter and outscored their opponents 18-29 to win the game.

George had 37 points for the winners, on 15/29 shooting, with Russell Westbrook adding another triple-double [14 points (on just 3/20 shooting), 16 boards, 10 assists]. Four more players scored in double figures for the Thunder.

On the other hand, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope posted a team-high 25 points for the losing squad, as Brandon Ingram contributed 17 points and 11 rebounds.

OKC improved to 24-13, whereas the Lakers, who once again played without LeBron James, dropped to 21-17.