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The Wizards star led them to a crazy 141: 154 over Indiana with 14, 21 and 24, Davis (25) led to a 89: 93 hard, 41 points for Kerry, a milestone for Melo



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A historic triple-double to Westbrook in Washington, D.C., the Lakers arrested Denver

The Wizards star led them to a crazy 141: 154 over Indiana with 14, 21 and 24, Davis (25) led to a 89: 93 hard, 41 points for Kerry, a milestone for Melo

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Struggling for the leadership of the East.

Ben Simmons (Photo: Reuters)

An eight-game round took place tonight (Monday through Tuesday) in the NBA.



Tonight:



Detroit (46:19) - Orlando (44:21) 119: 112


Washington (35:30) - Indiana (34:30) 141: 154


New Orleans (36:29) - Golden State (32:33) 123: 108


Atlanta (30:36) - Portland (29:36) 114: 123


Chicago (39:26) - Philadelphia (21:44) 106: 94


Memphis (32:32) - New York (28:37) 118 :


Utah (18:47) - San Antonio (33:31) 99: 110


LA Lakers (28:37) - Denver (22:43) 89:93

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Stopped in front of Drummond and the Lakers.

Nikola Jukic (Photo: Reuters)

Utah (18:47) - San Antonio (33:31) 99: 110



Boyan Bogdanovic led Utah with 25 points (10 of 17), Rudy Gober added 24 and 15 rebounds and Utah climbed to first place in the West with a third win in four Games. San Antonio, struggling to make it to the playoffs, received 22 points from Drusen and 17 from Roddy Gay off the bench, but that was not enough against the balanced Utah who continue to win even without the injured Donovan Mitchell.



LA Lakers (28:37) - Denver (22:43) 89:93



After three consecutive losses and without LeBron James injured again in the ankle, the champion managed to scrape a very important victory for her against one of the strongest teams in the league.

Denver managed to come back from a 14-point deficit early in the final quarter to 89:87 with a Porter basket one minute and 37 seconds to go.

But Davis scored a hard jump and blocked Campasso's three-pointer in Denver's last attack, which gave up and put up with the loss.

Davis led the Lakers with 25 points and seven rebounds, and Horton Tucker scored 10 from the bench, including a critical basket on bunny offensive offense.

The wonderful Nikola Jokic led Denver as usual with 32 points and 9 rebounds, Campasso excelled on defense with 5 steals, but Denver lost after five straight wins.

The Lakers, for their part, will probably fight until the end of the regular season for the home team in the first round of the playoffs after finishing first last season.

Rewriting history in the NBA.

Westbrook (Photo: Reuters)

Washington (35:30) - Indiana (34:30) 141: 154



Russell Westbrook continues to rewrite history in the NBA and tonight he became the third player ever to record a triple double with at least 20 rebounds and 20 assists. The guard, who was not even mentioned as a contender for the MVP this season, finished with 14 points, 21 rebounds and 24 assists (equal to a career high) and promised to finish the regular season with a triple-double average. Westbrook now has 178 career triple-doubles, just three less than record-breaking Oscar Robertson, with seven games left until the end of the regular season. Danny Abdia's team has approached Indiana in ninth place in the East and continues its fight for entry into the playoffs. Roy Hachimura recorded an excellent game of 27 points and Bradley Bill added 26 in a game where the defenses were not really there. Indiana, which only in its previous game scored 152 points against OKC, received 33 points from Chris Lewert and 32 from Savonis, who also added 19 rebounds and 9 assists that were not enough even though all 8 roster players who played scored double figures.



New Orleans (36:29) - Golden State (32:33) 123: 108



Steph Kerry continues on his own and tonight he recorded another game for the Pantheon with 41 points, including 8 of 18 from outside the arc.

Drymond Green recorded a triple-double of 10 points, 15 assists and 13 rebounds and the Warriors took a significant step toward securing the playoffs.

By the way, it was Green's seventh game of the season with at least 15 assists.

The most ever for a player who is not a guard.

Zion Williamson (32) and Brandon Ingram (19) led the Pelicans, who were already 25 points behind in the second quarter in a game they had to win, but are now on the verge of relegation and are unlikely to be part of the playoffs.

Game seven of the season with over 15 assists.

Drymond Green (Photo: Reuters)

Atlanta (30:36) - Portland (29:36) 114: 123



Danilo Glinari scored 28 points and sniped seven threes to lead the Hawks to a win over Portland in a meeting between two teams battling for the playoffs. Damien Lillard scored 33 points for the loser, but Carmelo Anthony who contributed 14 from the bench made history when he overtook Alvin Hayes and climbed to tenth place on the all-time scoring list in the league with 27,318 points. Unfortunately for Melo it was not enough for a fifth straight win and Portland will continue to fight for sixth place to automatically enter the playoffs.



Chicago (39:26) - Philadelphia (21:44) 106: 94



Tobias Harris scored 21 points, Seth Kerry added 20 and Philadelphia recorded a fifth straight win to stay above Brooklyn in first place in the East. Philadelphia enjoyed a balanced division of its top five players who all finished with double figures. Ben Simmons scored 15, Danny Green 14 and Ambide settled for a particularly quiet 13-point game. Cody White scored 23 for the Bulls, who really did not have a chance to win without the two stars - Zac Lavin and Nikola Wojciech.



Memphis (32:32) - New York (28:37) 118: 104



How exceptional is this Knicks season? With this victory the team promised to end the season in a positive balance for the first time since the 2012/13 season. Julius Randall continued the peak season of his career with 28 points, Derek Rose barely missed with 25 points (11 of 15 from the field) and the Knicks established themselves in fourth place in the East. Dillon Brooks scored 25 points for Memphis, but Ja Morant got stuck on an awful 8 percent (2 of 14).



Detroit (46:19) - Orlando (44:21) 119:112



A moral victory for Orlando in a battle between the two weakest teams in the East.

The Magic enjoyed 22 points and 15 rebounds from Mo Bamba (career highs).

Sadiq Bay scored 26 points for the Pistons in a game in which the two teams together lacked 15 (!) Players and continue their tanking ahead of the lottery.

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