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Harden finished with 30, 15 and 14, with the Nets recording their first away win in San Antonio after 17 losses, 113-124 after drama and overtime. New Orleans and Zion defeated Utah, Jukic (39 and 14) and Doncic (33 and 10) stood out in the Nuggets and Dallas victories.



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An impressive triple double for Harden in the Brooklyn victory, Jukic starred in the Denver victory

Harden finished with 30, 15 and 14, with the Nets recording their first away win in San Antonio after 17 losses, 113-124 after drama and overtime.

New Orleans and Zion defeated Utah, Jukic (39 and 14) and Doncic (33 and 10) stood out in the Nuggets and Dallas victories.

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Continue to win.

Hunts (Photo: AP, Darren Abate)

Seven NBA games were played tonight (Monday through Tuesday), which included impressive performances by Nikola Jukic, Luka Doncic, James Harden and Zion Williamson, while Houston, on the other hand, is deteriorating.



Tonight:



Orlando (22:13) - Dallas (16:17) 130: 124


Philadelphia (12:23) - Indiana (18:15) 114: 130


Chicago (18:15) - Denver (15:19) 118: 112


New Orleans (19:15) - Utah (8:27) 124: 129


San Antonio (13:17) - Brooklyn (13:23) 124: 113 (overtime)


Houston (22:11) - Cleveland (21:14 ) 101: 90


Portland (14:18) - Charlotte (17:16)

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Mazel Tov.

Doncic celebrates (Photo: AP, John Raoux)

New Orleans (19:15) - Utah (8:27) 124: 129



Only eighth loss to Utah this season, but second loss in the last three games: Zayn Williamson scored 26 points for New Orleans, input 10 rebounds and handed out 5 assists, Brandon Ingram scored 26, Lonzo Ball scored 23, JJ Reddick scored 17 (including two 4-point moves, a 3-pointer and a foul), and although the Pelicans almost lost a 17-point lead, they managed to beat the team at home with the best balance in the league.

New Orleans opened the second half excellently, and thanks to a quarter of 24:40 went up to a big advantage, and in fact 3:54 minutes to go still led 108: 122, but Utah came back and managed to shrink to 125: 124 with 47 seconds left.

Donovan Mitchell, who scored 8 of his 21 points in the final minutes, missed and missed an opportunity to give the Jazz the lead, and on the other hand Williamson and Josh Hart closed out a story.

Boyan Bogdanovich scored 31 for the Jazz, including 7 threes.



Orlando (22:13) - Dallas (16:17) 130: 124 A



day after his 22nd birthday, Luca Doncic scored 33 points, added 10 rebounds and 9 assists, and led Dallas to victory along with Christopher Forzingis, Finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds.

The Latvian, who missed his last 8 shots in the first half, opened the second with 4 smooth shots, added 2 threes and 4 shots from the penalty spot without missing, on the way to an excellent half for him and his team.

The Mavericks have climbed to a balance of 4:13 in games where they lead in the half, and 1: 5 when they score over 50 percent (52.2 tonight).

Owen Fournier (26 points, 18 of them in the first half) still managed to equalize for Orlando in the third quarter, but went down for treatment for long minutes due to back pain, and saw from the side the Mavericks open a gap.

Impressive numbers.

Harden (Photo: AP, Darren Abate)

Get along without Durant.

Irving (Photo: AP, Darren Abate)

San Antonio (13:17) - Brooklyn (13:23) 124: 113 (overtime)



On Saturday night Brooklyn suffered a loss in Dallas, which broke a streak of 8 wins, and tonight already smelled more disappointment, as San Antonio managed to record an impressive 0:10 run, Includes a big three, to equalize at the end and force overtime.

But James Harden took control of the game in overtime, finishing with 30 points, 15 assists and 14 rebounds, and the Nets broke a 17-game losing streak against the Spurs.

Kyrie Irving added 27 points, Bruce Brown scored 23 for Brooklyn, who scored the first 8 points in the lineup, en route to their first win in San Antonio since January 2002. Damar Druzen scored 22 points and added 11 assists for the Spurs, whose all five players scored 10 or more.

For San Antonio it was only a second game after a two-week shutdown due to the Corona, while the Nets again got along without Kevin Durant, who was absent for an eighth straight game.

Brooklyn finished with 35 assists in its 47 field goals.



Chicago (18:15) - Denver (15:19) 118: 112



Nikola Jukic gave another dominant evening of 39 points and 14 rebounds, with the great chin scoring 17 points in the final quarter and helping the Nuggets secure the win, after losing a 15-point lead in the final quarter .

Jukic, who also added 9 assists, missed a triple-double 50 in his career, but the Nuggets recorded a third win in their last four games.

Jamal Marie (24) and Michael Porter Jr. (17 and 15) stood out in the Denver ranks, already trailing 108: 106 two minutes to go, but Jukic (a move of dunk and offense) and Marie (three) gave her back the lead.

Zack Lavin (23 and 9 rebounds) and Kobe White (20 and 10 rebounds) stood out for the Bulls, who sealed a second straight loss after already having three straight wins.

Calmed at the end.

Jukic (Photo: AP, Matt Marton)

Bury Houston.

Sexton (Photo: AP, John Raoux)

Philadelphia (12:23) - Indiana (18:15) 114: 130 The



Sixers came into the game after a defeat against weak Cleveland, and received a big contribution from the substitutes: Shake Milton scored 26 points (including a crossover that shook the guard and bounced the entire Philadelphia bench), Furcan Corkmaz scored 19 (including 6 threes), and the Sixers are still with the best balance in the East, half a game over Brooklyn.

Joel Ambide scored 23 points and averaged 12 rebounds, Ben Simmons finished with 18 points, and Philly was already leading by 31 points in the third quarter.



HOUSTON (22:11) - Cleveland (21:14) 101: 90 The



Rockets did improve from the 49-yard loss to Memphis on Sunday night, scoring a negative club record of 27 percent from the field, but still with a 12-point loss in a row, which looks bad Very much for them, in their worst streak since losing 15 straight in 2001.

John Wall was the only one to perform well in Houston when he scored 32 points (23 first halves), but even though the Rockets were in the game and leading in the final quarter, the Cubs recorded a 0:13 run and ran away.

Colin Sexton scored 39 points for Lightband, who recorded their fourth straight win - after a streak of 10 losses.

Against the backdrop of reports that Victor Oladipo has rejected a contract offer from the Rockets, it appears they are on their way to another trade and more changes.

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