LeBron James put back his own missed pull-up jumper in the final minute to give the Lakers a 103-101 victory over the Clippers on Thursday night in the second game of the NBA restart doubleheader. George had tied the score at 101-101 when he sank a three-pointer at The Arena on the Disney World sports campus in Orlando, Fla. James drove into the lane on the ensuing possession but was forced by the Clippers defense to pull up to take a shot. He missed it, but ran to the front of the rim to collect the rebound and sink a layup for the winning margin. George had a desperation three-pointer from the left wing under heavy Lakers pressure that caromed away as the buzzer sounded. Anthony Davis led all scorers with 34 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Lakers. James finished with 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists. George had a team-high 30 points while Clippers teammate Kawhi Leonard had 28 points. The game was choppy at times, with the teams combining for 57 fouls and 36 turnovers, 20 by the Clippers. The Lakers shot 39% from the field and had Kyle Kuzma and Dion Waiters in double figures with 16 and 11 points, respectively. The Clippers shot 42.3% from the field. Patrick Beverley and Reggie Jackson hit double figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively.