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2021-02-18T05:37:32.689Z

The NBA leader recorded 96: 114 over the Clippers missing Kwai and Paul George. Ambide deepened Houston's crisis, Lillard swept Portland to a sixth straight win



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Utah did not stop in front of the Clippers' missing roster, more plays by Lillard and Ambide

The NBA leader recorded 96: 114 over the Clippers missing Kwai and Paul George.

Ambide deepened Houston's crisis, Lillard swept Portland to a sixth straight win

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Still unstoppable.

Mitchell vs. Beverly and Reggie Jackson, Tonight (Photo: GettyImages, Will Newton)

In addition to Washington's win over Denver, nine more NBA games were played tonight (Wednesday through Thursday).

At the center was the fiery Utah victory over the Clippers, who appeared on the missing roster without the stars.



Tonight:



Orlando (18:11) - New York (16:14) 89: 107


Boston (14:14) - Atlanta (16:12) 122: 114


Philadelphia (10:19) - Houston (17:11) 113 : 118


Washington (17: 9) - Denver (13:15) 128: 130


Indiana (14:15) - Minnesota (22: 7) 128: 134 (overtime)


Chicago (15:12) - Detroit (20: 8) 102: 105


New Orleans (16:12) - Portland (10:18) 126: 124


Memphis (12:12) - Oklahoma City (17:11) 113: 122


LA Clippers (8:21) - Utah (5 : 23) 114: 96


Golden State (13:15) - Miami (16:11)

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dominant.

Ambide (Photo: GettyImages, Tim Nwachukwu)

LA Clippers (8:21) - Utah (5:23) 114: 96



Nothing seems to be able to stop the jazz right now.

The team with the best balance in the NBA continues to play eye-catching basketball and defeats every opponent - even if it is the one aiming for the championship.

This time Donovan Mitchell (24 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists) and Rudy Gober (23 and 20 rebounds) waited for the second half to hit the gas and escape for the Clippers, who could not really give a fight without Kwai Leonard and Paul George.

Lou Williams was the leading scorer in the losing streak with 16.



Philadelphia (10:19) - Houston (17:11) 113: 118



Even without Ben Simmons absent due to a minor injury, Joel Ambide managed excellently and deepened the Rockets' crisis that suffered a seventh straight loss .

The great chin finished another dominant game with 31 points, 11 rebounds and 9 assists, and used the good ability of Seth Kerry (25) and Tobias Harris (24, 15 rebounds and 5 assists) to interrupt a three-game losing streak for the Easterners.

John Wall's 28 points and seven assists were not enough for the Rockets.



New Orleans (16:12) - Portland (10:18) 126: 124



Damien Lillard's great season continues.

The Blazers star scored 43 points, added 16 assists and sealed what turned out to be the winning basket with a three that gave the visitors the lead with 16 seconds left on the clock, arranging for them a sixth straight win.

Gary Trent Jr. added 23 for the winner, while Zion Williamson's 36 points, again at a fantastic percentage (11 of 15 from the field), have not prevented the Pelicans from a fourth loss in the last five games.

43 points, 16 assists and three wins.

Lillard (Photo: GettyImages, Sean Gardner)

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