The Slovenian diamond settled for the Dallas Mavericks 103: 111 over the best team in the NBA • Irving (40 points) overshadowed the absence of Kevin Durant and James Harden (came back from injury, injured again and abandoned) in the 112: 114 of the Hunts over the New York Knicks
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Apart from Danny Abdia's show, six more games were played tonight (Monday to Tuesday), and as usual - he was happy.
Dallas has continued its best ability since coming back from the All-Star retreat, and this time did it big, with a sixth straight win, 103: 111 over Utah, the team perhaps the best in the NBA this season.
Luca Doncic, who if not he, led the Mavericks with 31 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, and a nine-game winning streak for the Jazz.
Dorian Finney Smith added a season-high 23 points and overshadowed the absence of Kristaps Forzingis.
Mike Conley (28 points and 7 assists) stood out for the loser, but it was not enough.
Kevin Durant is still sidelined due to injury, James Harden just returned from injury, injured again and came off the floor after four minutes, but that did not stop Brooklyn from beating New York 112-114.
Kyrie Irving, took control of things with 40 points and arranged for Nets to win without her stars.
Julius Randall (third triple-double of the season with 19 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists), missed with the buzzer and gave the signal for Brooklyn's return celebrations to first place in the East.
San Antonio - Cleveland 125: 101
Minnesota - Sacramento 106: 116
Oklahoma City - Detroit 132: 108
Houston - Phoenix 133: 130