NBA: Lakers upset Warriors, DeRozan sets new scoring record in Raptors win over Heat

Julius Randle of Los Angeles Lakers slam dunks to score as Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors watches during their NBA game in Los Angeles on Nov 4, 2016.
Julius Randle of Los Angeles Lakers slam dunks to score as Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors watches during their NBA game in Los Angeles on Nov 4, 2016.PHOTO: AFP

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Lou Williams and Julius Randle scored 20 points apiece, and the Los Angeles Lakers stunned the Golden State Warriors 117-97 on Friday at the Staples Centre.

Randle also had a game-high 14 rebounds as the Lakers beat the Warriors for the second time in a row. They also defeated Golden State on March 6.

Kevin Durant scored 27 points, while Draymond Green had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Warriors, who were coming off a blowout of Oklahoma City on Thursday. Stephen Curry had 13 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds but saw his National Basketball Association record streak of hitting at least one three-pointer end at 157 games.

At the Air Canada Centre, DeMar Rozan had 34 points as Toronto defeated Miami 96-87 to extend their winning streak to three games.

DeRozan set a club record by scoring 30 or more points in five straight games when he hit a jump shot with 2min 30sec to play in the game. He added a floating jumper with 2:14 remaining to help seal the game for the Raptors.