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The team from City of Angels was already on the way to a loss, but a man with an amazing career record of 39 points brought it back from a 25-point deficit to a 119: 131 victory en route to the first regional final in the history of the season



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The Clippers in the Western Conference Finals After a historic comeback, Philly forced Game 7

The City of Angels team was already on the verge of losing, but Man with an incredible career record of 39 points brought it back from a 25-point deficit to a 119: 131 victory en route to the first regional final in the club’s history.

Kerry excelled, the Sixers and Atlanta will meet for a decisive game after a dramatic 99: 104

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Two particularly intriguing games were played tonight (Friday through Saturday) in the NBA Playoffs.

In a 3: 2 situation in the series, the Eastern and Western leaders came into the night game with their backs to the wall, knowing that a loss would send them home earlier than expected.

The East Philadelphia leader withstood the pressure, defeating Atlanta 99: 104 and forcing a decisive Game 7.

The Los Angeles Clippers came back from a 25-yard deficit to a 119-113 victory over Utah en route to the first regional final in the club’s history.



Atlanta - Philadelphia 104: 99 (The Sixers tied the series at 3: 3)


Utah - Los Angeles Clippers (2: 4 to the Clippers in the series) 131: 119

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There was also a physical confrontation.

Ambide and Collins (Photo: AP)

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Atlanta - Philadelphia 104: 99 (The Sixers tied the series at 3: 3)

The biggest stars did not really shine, in the first half the whole team did not really function and Trey Young was hot again.

Despite all this, trailing by 3: 2 and knowing a loss would send her home, Philadelphia managed to beat Atlanta and forced a decisive Game 7 in the Eastern Semifinals.



Unlike the previous game, then the Sixers safely led by 26 points but lost, this time they were the ones who were behind, at least in the opening.

After a very bad first half and a weak ability of star duo Ben Simmons and Joel Ambide, Philly returned to the game in the third quarter thanks to the tremendous ability of Seth Kerry and rookie Tyrese Maxi, who forgot a dreamy first half of Trey Young, Kevin Harter and the Hawks players, who lost an advantage Great towards the closing minutes of the quarter just due to lack of concentration.



Philadelphia, which did not lead the game until the start of the third quarter, recorded a 0:12 run after the Hawks failed to score from outside the arc (standing at 1 of 15 in the third quarter).

But John Collins' insane Halle Hop on Ambide brought Atlanta back into the game, just in time, heading into the fourth quarter.

The two still had a confrontation in the decisive quarter after the Cameroonian committed a foul, when Young managed to narrow the gap to just one point in the decisive minutes (94:93) before Phili pressed the gas, increased the difference and the fact that the lights went out for a minute towards the end did not stop her from recording an away win. Particularly prestigious, which forced game 7 and decisive.



The Philly shots were led by Kerry and Tobias Harris with 24 points while Ambide scored 22 and picked up 13 rebounds.

Young bombed 34 and delivered 12 assists on the other side.

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Utah - Los Angeles Clippers (2: 4 to the Clippers in the series) 131: 119

Utah was already on the safe path to victory in the 6th game of the series, which would have sent the two to Game 7 and decisive. How safe did she feel? She led the record by 25 points, reaching a crucial fourth quarter with a 22. But the Los Angeles Clippers reached a different quarter, one not dependent on Kwai Leonard, who finished the season. The stubborn players from City of Angels slowly bit into the difference, and thanks to an exceptional range from outside the arc (stood at 13 of 17 in the second half, about 2 minutes to go) managed to beat the Jazz in one of the biggest comebacks in NBA playoff history, en route to a regional final First in the history of the club.



Want to try to guess who starred in Leonard's absence? Not Paul George, not Reggie Jackson or Nicola Batom - but Terence Mann, the second-year player who started in the top five and brought back his own team from behind 25, with an incredible career record of 39 points, including 7 of 10 from outside the arc .



Utah, who led safely after a great ability from Donovan Mitchell, stopped playing in the second half and finished its way into the playoffs, after being closer than ever to forcing a crucial 7th game.

Mike Conley's return also did not contribute to the Jazz, who struggled to cope with the rival's record ability from the three-point range.



Aside from recording the big game of his life, George stood out with 29, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals and Jackson added 27 and 10 assists.

Aside from Mitchell who shelled out 39 for the loser, including 9 of 14 off the arc (and also 9 rebounds and 9 assists), both Joe Ingles and Royce O'Neill were good with 21 each not enough.

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