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King James came back from suspension and led the Lakers to 116-124 in Indiana after overtime, the Suns won 115-120 in Cleveland (35 this morning). Brooklyn defeated Boston outside



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39 points for LeBron James, 14 straight win for Phoenix

King James came back from suspension and led the Lakers to 116-124 in Indiana after overtime, the Suns won 115-120 in Cleveland (35 this morning).

Brooklyn defeated Boston outside with a landmark of Durant, Milwaukee also toured

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Thursday, 25 November 2021, 06:45

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Washington Wizards players train ahead of game against Orlando (from Washington's Twitter)

No fewer than 12 games, in addition to the

game between the Wizards and Abdia and New Orleans

were played tonight (Wednesday through Thursday) in the NBA. LeBron swept the Lakers to victory in Indiana, Phoenix recorded a 14th straight win and Brooklyn defeated Boston away.



Tonight:



Cleveland (10: 9) - Phoenix (3:15) 120: 115


Indiana (12: 8) - Los Angeles Lakers (10:10) 124: 116 (after overtime)


Orlando (15: 4) - Charlotte (8:12) 106: 99


Boston (9:10) - Brooklyn (5:14) 123: 104


Houston (16: 2) - Chicago (7:12) 113: 118


Memphis (9: 9) - Toronto ( 10: 9) 113: 126


Milwaukee (8:11) - Detroit (11: 4) 93: 114


Minnesota (9: 9) - Miami (7:12) 101: 113


Oklahoma City (12: 6) - Utah (6) : 12) 110: 104


San Antonio (13: 4) - Atlanta (9:10) 124: 106


Golden State (2:15) - Philadelphia (8:10)


Sacramento (12: 6) - Portland (8:10)

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He took the Lakers on his shoulders.

LeBron James (Photo: Reuters)

Cleveland (10: 9) - Phoenix (3:15) 120: 115



Who will stop the Phoenix Suns? Cleveland made life difficult for the runner-up, but four free throws by Chris Paul in the last 8 seconds set the Suns up for a 14-game winning streak. The fiery morning ended this game with 35 points, CP3 provided 12 assists for Phoenix, who opened the season with a disappointing 3-1 and began their winning streak against the same Cleveland a little less than a month ago. The Suns overcame 25 points and 11 rebounds by Jarrett Allen who celebrated in the opposite color. Jedi Osman added 23 and Darius Garland was also good with 19 points until coming out with six fouls. This winning streak is the third longest in Phoenix history, attempting to break the record from the 2006/7 season, when it recorded 17 consecutive wins.



Indiana (12: 8) - Los Angeles Lakers (10:10) 124: 116 (after overtime)



LeBron James apparently personally took his dismissal against Detroit that caused him to miss the game against the Knicks. Tonight, without the sick Anthony Davis by his side, King recorded his best game of the season and led his team to a hard-fought victory with his own hands with 39 points, including two straight threes in overtime. LeBron, who led and gathered his teammates before the start of the game, scored 13 of 29 from the order and also added 6 assists and 5 rebounds. Russell Westbrook added 20 for the winners and Malik Monk excelled from the bench with 17 points and eight rebounds, with Carmelo Anthony and Wayne Ellington adding 14 each. Malcolm Brogdon scored 28 points against the Pacers, who enjoyed a double-digit contribution from all five players but were unable to stop LeBron. Savonis Jr. added 14 and 12 rebounds.



Boston (9:10) - Brooklyn (5:14) 123: 104



An impressive win for the pretentious team from Brooklyn, who celebrated at Boston Garden in a game where Kevin Durant scored a handsome milestone and overtook Alan Iverson en route to 25th place in the league’s all-time scoring table.

KD recorded a solid evening of 21 points.

James Harden added 20 and 11 assists and Patty Mills was the X Factor with 23, with Marcus Aldridge dominating the color with 17 and 9 rebounds.

It was the fourth straight win and sixth in seven games for Brooklyn, which looks great even without Kyrie Irving.

Marcus Smart scored 20 for Boston, Jason Taitum settled for 15 and 8 rebounds, but that was far from enough this time.

Bypassed Alan Iverson.

Durant (Photo: GettyImages)

Milwaukee (8:11) - Detroit (11: 4) 93: 114



The champion looks like a champion again: After a faltering season that was mostly marked by a plague of injuries, the Bucks recorded a fifth straight win tonight. Injured Yannis Antocompo returned, celebrated with 33 points on the point (12 of 17 from the field) and enjoyed significant help from Bobby Fortis who fired with 6 of 7 from outside the arc and 28 points. Jero Holiday Navigation with 22 points, 6 assists and 8 rebounds and Haifa on a lukewarm Middleton game that stopped at 11 points on a bad percentage (5 of 17). Trey Lills led the visitors with 19 points off the bench, but did not prevent a fourth loss from the Pistons who were not really an opponent in that game.



Minnesota (9: 9) - Miami (7:12) 101: 113



A fifth straight win for the surprising Timberwolves who look great thanks to their rookie.

Anthony Edwards led the Wolves with 33 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists.

Malik Beasley added a season-high 29 points from the bench and DiAngelo Russell contributed 20 of his own to Minnesota, which recorded a club record with 55 off-arc attempts, sniping 18 of them.

Am Adbayo led the hit with 18 points, but Jimmy Butler disappeared in the fourth quarter despite 16 points and 5 assists against his former team.

Duncan Robinson added 17 and Tyler Hero 16, but that was not enough this time.

Who will stop Boker and Phoenix?

(Photo: Reuters)

Houston (16: 2) - Chicago (7:12) 113: 118



Congratulations to Houston: After 15 consecutive losses, the weakest team in the league achieved a victory and did so against one of the strongest teams in the league. Daniel House led the poor Rockets with 18 points, Christian Wood added 16 and 10 rebounds. Kevin Porter Jr. contributed 14 points, 6 rebounds and 9 assists after missing 3 games due to injury. Chicago enjoyed 28 points from Damar Drusen, Lonzo Ball added 19 and even Nikola Wojciech came back after recovering from the Corona with 14 points and 13 rebounds, but Houston exploded with 18:35 left in the third quarter and managed to surprise a team far superior to it.



Orlando (15: 4) - Charlotte (8:12) 106: 99



Seventh win in eight games for Charlotte, who looks excellent recently and may be the league's black horse this season.

Terry Roger led her with 27 points, Kelly Ubera contributed 21 from the bench and Amalo Bull added 22 points.

Charlotte trailed throughout most of the game, but turned the bowl over with a 0:15 run in the third quarter.

Mo Bamba scored 18 points and added 12 rebounds for the Magic, but did not prevent a fourth straight loss.

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