The Los Angeles Lakers broke a three-game losing streak with a 122-119 victory over the Phoenix Suns in an NBA In-Season Tournament matchup 

LeBron James played a pivotal role, scoring 32 points, making 11 of 17 field goal attempts, and contributing 11 rebounds and six assists in 36 minutes on the court 

D'Angelo Russell provided crucial support for the Lakers, adding 19 points to the winning effort 

The game was one of nine tournament matchups, showcasing the competitive nature of the newly introduced tournament format 

Kevin Durant led the Phoenix Suns with an impressive 38-point performance, highlighting his scoring prowess 

Bradley Beal, in his debut for the Suns, added 24 points, with 20 coming in the first half 

Unfortunately, Devin Booker was sidelined for the fourth consecutive game due to a strained right calf 

The Lakers mounted a comeback in the fourth quarter, with Austin Reaves playing a crucial role, sparking a 14-0 run and giving them their first lead at 97-96 

Cam Reddish played a significant role in sealing the victory for the Lakers, scoring 17 points, including a crucial corner 3-pointer assisted by LeBron James 

The win marked a significant turnaround for the Lakers, boosting morale after a recent string of losses, and promising more exciting matchups in the competitive In-Season Tournament