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The Wizards also lost to Houston and went down to a 10: 3 balance, Abdia continued to be absent. Utah also defeated the Knicks after a great game of Gover, Leonard and George were rested in a loss to the Hawks



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Washington lost again, the Jazz with a 9 straight win, Atlanta defeated the Clippers

The Wizards also lost to Houston and went down to a 10: 3 balance, Abdia continued to be absent.

Utah also defeated the Knicks after a great game of Gover, Leonard and George were rested in a loss to the Hawks

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Wall did not feel sorry for them.

Guard Rockets with his friend Bill (Photo: GettyImages)

Three games were played tonight (Tuesday through Wednesday) in the NBA.

The Washington Wizards, without Danny Abdia who continues to be absent due to the league’s Corona Protocol, lost again, this time to Ex John Wall and Houston.

Atlanta defeated the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah once again defeated, this time the New York Knicks.



Tonight:



Atlanta (8: 9) - Los Angeles Clippers (5:13) 99: 108


Houston (9: 7) - Washington (10: 3) 88: 107


New York (11: 8) - Utah (4 : 13) 108: 94

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Atlanta (8: 9) - Los Angeles Clippers (5:13) 99: 108

The stubborn Trey Young and the Hawks interrupted a seven-game winning streak of the rival, with a convincing home win over one of the league’s strongest teams, even though City of Angels stars Paul George and Kwai Leonard were rested.

Young of course led the Atlanta scoring with 38 points on 12 of 23 from the field and also added 5 assists.

Clint Capella finished with 13 points, 18 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks, making the Swiss center the first Atlanta player to hit 15 rebounds or more in five consecutive games since Dikamba Mutombo did so for seven consecutive games from late 2000 to early 2001. Regg Jackson led the losing scorers with 20.

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Houston (9: 7) - Washington (10: 3) 88: 107

The Wizards are still missing a number of players, including Danny Abdia, due to the league's corona protocol.

With a missing roster and ex-John Wall, Washington struggled to secure a fourth win of the season and instead dropped to a 10: 3 balance - the second worst in the league.

The visitors were in the picture until the fourth quarter, so just did not keep up with the Rockets, absorbing 32 points against only 18, and dropping another game.

During the meeting Wall and Russell Westbrook, who did the opposite way from Texas to Washington, exchanged a few words and subsequently suffered technical fouls.



Wall stood out for the winner with 24 points on 9 of 21 from the field, Victor Oladipo added 20 on 6 of 21 from the field and Demarcus Cousins ​​finished with 19, 11 rebounds and 5 steals.

Bradley Bill scored 33 from the sidelines and became the sixth player in league history to score at least 25 points in the first 12 games of the season (after Rick Barry, Elgin Baylor, Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan and Jerry West).

Were great on the Knicks.

Guber and Conley close Peyton (Photo: GettyImages)

New York (11: 8) - Utah (4:13) 108: 94

Seventh straight win for the hottest Jazz, scoring a third straight game 15 threes or more - the third straight streak in league history (need three more games to break the Houston record).

Utah may not have started the game well when they went down to half with a double-digit deficit, but a wonderful second half led by Rudy Gober helped them come out with a prestigious away win from the Big Apple.

The French center finished with 18 points, 19 rebounds and 4 blocks, while Mike Conley with 19 and Royce O'Neill with 20 also helped him.

Donovan Mitchell was very weak with 9 points on 3 of 15 from the field.



The Knicks 'lead was led by Austin Rivers who scored 25 points from the bench after scoring all ten of his shots at halftime (5 from 5 to 3), making him the Knicks' first player in the last 25 seasons to do so.

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