LaDainian Tomlinson Breaks Record and Back of Denver Broncos – Los Angeles Lakers Come From Behind To Beat San Antonio Spurs

LaDainian Tomlinson Breaks Record and Back of Denver Broncos – Los Angeles Lakers Come From Behind To Beat San Antonio Spurs

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The San Diego Chargers clinched the AFC West title Sunday with a win over Denver. The Chargers have won the last seven games in a row, which is the longest streak in the league. They lead the league in scoring, thanks in large part to LaDainian Tomlinson who broke the NFL record for touchdowns in a season, 29, with three against the Broncos Sunday.

The Charger defense team are no slackers either. They lead the league in sacks, including four against Denver. The Chargers beat the Broncos 48 to 20.

The Lakers beat the San Antonio Spurs 106 to 99. Kobe Bryant called it a “big win” while Luke Walton said that “tonight we finally put a game together”. Kobe Bryant had 34 points and eight rebounds and Lamar Odom just missed a triple-double.

Odom said “"I think that's the best defensive quarter I've played in as a Laker.” The Lakers snapped the Spur’s four-game winning streak after trailing the Spurs 83-70 in the third quarter. Odom had 18 points, 11 rebounds and 9 assists, while Luke Walton added 17 points. This puts the Lakers record at 14-6.

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By Dave Reddy
Best Syndication Sports Writer

Keywords and Common Misspellings: Damien LaDamien Tomlanson Lake

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