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2021-03-03T04:58:21.324Z

The Denver star had 37 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in 97:12 over Milwaukee. Kamba Walker stood out in 112: 117, Miami came back to disappoint and lost to Atlanta



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Jukic celebrated for Yannis, Boston continued to recover - this time against the Clippers

The Denver star had 37 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in 97:12 over Milwaukee.

Kamba Walker stood out in 112: 117, Miami came back to disappoint and lost to Atlanta

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Knockout.

Jukic vs. Lopez (Photo: GettyImages, Stacy Revere)

Five more games took place tonight (Tuesday through Wednesday) in the NBA, excluding Washington’s loss to Memphis.

In the spotlight, Boston surprised the Los Angeles Clippers, while Miami collapsed against Atlanta and Denver dismantled Milwaukee with another play by Nikola Jokic.



Tonight:



Milwaukee (14:21) - Denver (15:20) 128: 97


San Antonio (13:18) - New York (18:18) 93: 119


Miami (18:17) - Atlanta (20:15) 94:80


Boston (17:18) - L.A.

Clippers (13:24) 112: 117


L.A.

Lakers (11:24) - Phoenix (11:22)

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Boston (17:18) - L.A.

The Clippers (13:24) 112: 117



Quietly Quietly the Celtics are starting to get back to themselves.

If the victories over Indiana and Washington were not overly convincing, the Greens provided a statement of intent against one of the strongest teams in the league and put together a third consecutive victory - for the first time since January.

The good news for Brad Stevens is that it did not happen thanks to the transcendence of Jaylen Brown (18 points) or Jason Taitum (14 percent off), but rather thanks to Kamba Walker who once again looked like the good old Kamba Walker.

The coordinator had 25 points, leading six players in double digits.

The Clippers, who missed Kwai Leonard due to back pain, received 32 points from Paul George and 25 from Margie Jackson.



Milwaukee (14:21) - Denver (15:20) 128: 97



A third straight win for Denver as well - and what a win it was.

Nikola Jukic marked his ninth triple double this season and the 50th of his career, and it's not just a triple double.

The Serb continued his MVP season with another show that included 37 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds on the head of who would likely be the outgoing MVP, Yannis Antokompo, thus also a streak of five wins for the Bucks.

Jamal Marie added 24 points for the winner, while only Yannis (27 points), Chris Middleton (20) and Brock Lopez (12) scored in double digits.

The host, usually one of the best three-pointer teams in the league, was just 11 of 40 off the arc.

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