LEBRON JAMES put on a stunning show as the Los Angeles Lakers ended their four-game losing streak in style.
The Los Angeles star, 37, looked stunning all night as he inspired his team to a 124-116 win over the Golden State Warriors.
That ends a dismal run for Los Angeles, which has finally found some consistency at both ends of the court and is now going 28-35 on the season.
James was the architect of the shock win, with Steph Curry unable to come up with an answer for the Warriors below par.
LA Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford was in the house to witness the victory, three weeks after leading his team to Super Bowl LVI.
LeBron will remember this game well and was spotted dancing in the stands at SoFi Stadium as the Rams ended their long wait for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
And he was certainly ready to prove a point after the Lakers were booed earlier in the week after another poor performance.
James was seen talking to Stafford and his wife Kelly near the pitch towards the end of the game – and had a clear message for the Los Angeles hero.
He said, “I can’t have you in the building and not put on a show.”
LeBron has always been the best player on the court, hitting a remarkable 61% from the field and grabbing ten rebounds.
He played 39 minutes and eventually got some help from the much-criticized Russell Westbrook, who contributed 20 points and four assists.
The Lakers are back in action on Monday as they head to San Antonio to take on the Spurs.