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The Blazers star revealed he went through "trauma," and starred with a big quarter and a 119-112 victory over Sacramento before the All-Star break. Jero Holliday has scored a winning basket for the Bucks, Boston and New York continue to win



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Lillard sniped 44 points in a Portland victory, Milwaukee defeated Memphis after a dramatic basket

The Blazers star revealed he went through "trauma," and starred with a big quarter and a 119-112 victory over Sacramento before the All-Star break.

Jero Holliday has scored a winning basket for the Bucks, Boston and New York continue to win

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Friday, 05 March 2021, 07:34 Updated: 07:57

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Lillard (Photo: GettyImages, Alika Jenner)

Eight games besides the game between the Washington Wizards and the Los Angeles Clippers took place tonight (Thursday through Friday) in the NBA, and included a great performance by Damien Lillard and a dramatic Milwaukee victory.



Tonight:



Boston (17:19) - Toronto (19:17) 125: 132


Detroit (26:10) - New York (18:19) 114: 104


Indiana (19:16) - Denver (15:21) 113 : 103


Memphis (16:16) - Milwaukee (14:22) 112: 111


New Orleans (21:15) - Miami (18:18) 103: 93


San Antonio (14:18) - Oklahoma City (21:15) 107: 102


Portland (14:21) - Sacramento (22:14) 119: 123


Phoenix (11:24) - Golden State (20:17) 98: 120


Washington (20:14) - LA Clippers (14: 24) 117: 119

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A hard win.

Milwaukee (Photo: GettyImages, Alika Jenner)

Memphis (16:16) - Milwaukee (14:22) 112: 111



What a dramatic ending: Memphis star Jah Morant gave a great game of 35 points (28 of them in the second half), and 7 seconds to go he scored an excellent basket that gave the Grizzlies an advantage , But Milwaukee responded quickly (she had no timeouts left), gave the ball to Jero Holliday, who galloped forward, managed to break free and 2 seconds to go scored a great jumper who set up 111: 112.

Rookie Desmond Bain could still prevail, but missed a three on the buzzer.

Yannis Antocompo led Milwaukee with 26 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, Chris Middleton scored 22 and input 10, and Holiday added 15 important ones, including the two that won.

In Memphis, on the other hand, besides Morant, Dillon Brooks also stood out with 28.



Portland (14:21) - Sacramento (22:14) 119: 123



Just before the Osaltar game, Damian Lillard mentioned what a great star he is, when he shelled out 44 points (13 from 2 from the field , 8-of-15 from the three, 10-of-10 from the penalty spot, plus 7 assists) and led Portland to victory in the fickle game, in which the Blazers trailed early in the final quarter, turning on the road to victory.

Before the game Lillard revealed that in the last year and a half he has lost 6 people dear to his heart ("People do not know what trauma this is, I'm still having a hard time"), but began to look his best, including a 0:10 run alone in the final quarter.

Rape Canter was great with 22 points (11 of 15 from the field) and 21 rebounds, 6 of them on offense.

Carmelo Anthony scored 16, in Portland's third straight win, ranked fifth in the Wild West.

Darron Fox scored 32 for the Kings.



Boston (17:19) - Toronto (19:17) 125: 132 The



Celtics were already in a decline that included 9 losses in 14 losses, with coach Brad Stevens challenging our players and telling them to win all games until the All-Star break.

So tonight the Celtics stood up to the task, completing a fourth straight win: Jason Taitum scored 27 points and input 12 rebounds, Jaylen Brown scored 21, Kamba Walker added 15. Toronto was without Pascal Siakam, Fred and Anvolit and OJ Anauby, as Also part of the coaching staff because of the Corona Protocol, and the Raptors recorded a fourth loss in their last five games.

Toronto, who scored 21 three-pointers in the game, actually led at the break, but Boston won 22:35 in the third quarter and took the lead.

Chris Busher (30 points, 5 of 9 from three) stood out for the Raptors.

Positive balance, positive mood.

New York (Photo: GettyImages, Alika Jenner)

Indiana (19:16) - Denver (15:21) 113: 103



Fourth straight away win for Denver, with a fluid attack and a variety of tools: Michael Porter Jr. scored 24 points and recorded 11 rebounds (double-double fifth in the last six games), Nicola Jukic again gave work with 20 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists, Jamal Marie scored 23 and completed a game 12 in a row with 22 or more, and the Nuggets won after scoring 58 percent from the field.

Miles Turner stood out in Indiana with 22, and Domantes Savonis recorded a triple-double two this season: 10, 10 and 10.



San Antonio (14:18) - Oklahoma City (21:15) 107: 102



Shay Gilgs Alexander scored 33 points, and the Thunder won after trailing 11 at halftime, thanks to a 41:57 second half in a battle between two exhausted and injured teams.

Mike Muscala (18) and Luganz Dort (15) stood out in the guest ranks, in front of 1,000 spectators.

The Spurs, on the other hand, came into the game after three wins in five games, but collapsed in the second half and recorded 19 losses that led to 26 points for Oklahoma City.

Damar Drusen (20) stood out among the losers.



Detroit (26:10) - New York (18:19) 114: 104



Optimism in New York: The Knicks are going into the All-Star break on a positive balance, fifth in the East, and hoping to enter the playoffs for the first time in seven years, tonight it was Julius Randall who excelled with 27 points, 16 rebounds and 7 assists.

RJ Barrett scored 21 for New York, who safely led the entire game, increasing the lead for three quarters, until the final quarter allowed the Pistons to shrink slightly.

The Pistons, on the other hand, came into the game after defeating Toronto the night before, and if yesterday they scored 43 points in the first quarter, tonight they barely reached 47 in an entire half.

Wayne Allington stood out with 17.

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