"King" LeBron James led his team, the Los Angeles Lakers, to continue successive victories outside his bases, when he contributed to his precious victory over hosts Hawks 101-96 Sunday in the NBA.

It is the 14th consecutive victory for the Lakers outside its rules, and the 14th out of 15 games played outside the home, as it lost only one was to his neighbor Clippers in their first match this season. It is the longest streak of consecutive victories outside the bases for the Lakers since achieving 18 consecutive wins outside the home season 1972-1973 when he set a record in the number of consecutive victories in league history of 33.

James imposed himself as the star of the match by achieving "Double Double", he scored 32 points with 13 followings, including 12 defenses, and he was close to the "Triple Double" achievement by achieving 7 crucial passes.

The strong match between the two teams and the landowners' determination won the first quarter with difficulty and a difference of one point (25-24), before the guests hit hard in the second and earned it by eight points (31-23), to advance by seven points at the end of the first half (55-48) Atlanta cut it to four at the end of the third quarter after they decided it in their favor 30-27.

Atlanta managed to reduce the difference to one basket 96-98 19 seconds before the end of the game, but the Lakers managed to score the result thanks to the experience of his players as James got two free throws, scored the first and wasted the second, but the follow-up was to his colleague Danny Green, who got an error on Then, he scored two free throws, ending the match for his team 101-96.