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The champion led by 39 points at halftime in 99: 118 over the Warriors, the Nets were defeated 130: 109 by the Thunder, the Grizzlies with an 11 straight win

Milwaukee humiliated Golden State, Brooklyn was surprised, Memphis continues to be passionate

The champion led by 39 points at halftime at 99: 118 over the Warriors, the Nets were defeated 130: 109 by the Thunder, the Grizzlies with an 11-straight win after a 108: 116 hard over Minnesota




Friday, January 14, 2022, 6:30 p.m.

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Danny Abdia with Washington Wizards fans (from the Wizards' Twitter)

A five-game round welcomed NBA fans tonight (Thursday through Friday).

At the center was the duel between Milwaukee and Golden State, which ended in a crushing knockout in favor of the Bucks.

Brooklyn was surprised by the OKC, Memphis recorded an 11th straight win, and Denver had no trouble facing the missing Portland lineup.


Milwaukee (17:27) - Golden State (11:30) 99: 118

Memphis (14:30) - Minnesota (22:20) 108: 116

New Orleans (26:16) - LA Clippers (22

Brooklyn (15:26) - Oklahoma City (27:14) 130: 109


(19:21) - Portland (25:16) 108: 140

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Conveyed a message.

Yannis drowns in Wiggins (Photo: GettyImages, Stacy Revere)

Milwaukee (17:27) - Golden State (11:30) 99: 118

Clay Thompson's return to the pitches was supposed to make the Warriors formidable, but at least in the meantime the opposite effect is happening: Steve Kerr's team has counted four losses in the last five games, and tonight received a slap in the face from the champion, in a one-sided game from the first minute. Mike Bodenholzer returned from the Corona Protocol to the Bucks 'lines, and saw Yannis Antocompo and his teammates rise to a double-digit lead in the first quarter, continuing to trample until the break - with a historic half and finishing it with a 39-point lead - the Warriors' slump since moving to California in the 1960s. The second half was already only for the record, and the Warriors did manage to minimize damage but were not close for a moment. Yannis Antocompo recorded his third triple-double of the season (and 28 in his career, equal to Michael Jordan) with 30 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in 30 minutes, Chris Middleton added 23, and Bobby Fortis contributed 20. On the other hand, the Warriors suffered greatly from his loss. Of the injured Draimond Green,And on such a lukewarm day of Steph Kerry (12 points in 29 minutes) and Clay Thompson (11 with 3 of 11 from the field), she didn’t really have a chance.

BROOKLYN (15:26) - Oklahoma City (27:14) 130: 109 A

sixth loss in nine games to Brooklyn, which was surprisingly easily defeated despite the mitigating circumstances and disadvantage of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.

James Harden took the reins and finished with 26 points, 9 assists and 7 rebounds, Cam Thomas added 21, but the Thunder dominated from the first minute, finishing the opening quarter with a double-digit lead and not looking back.

Shay Gilges Alexander continued to show great ability and finished with 33 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists, even if Dort added 27.

Hard on his own.

Harden (Photo: GettyImages, Al Bello)

Memphis (14:30) -Minsota (22:20) 108: 116

The marvelous period continues, and the Grizzlies are counting 11 wins in a row even after a tough game. The Timberwolves made it difficult for Ja Morant and his teammates and led at long stages in the game, but the home side showed character in the final four minutes, with Desmond Bain leading the scoring list with 21, Jaren Jackson adding 20 and Morant settling for 16, 9 assists and 8 rebounds . On the other side Anthony Edwards scored 30 and both Diangelo Russell (29 and 6 assists) and Carl Anthony Towns (25 and 9 rebounds) were at their best, but that did not stop Minnesota from a second straight loss.

New Orleans (26:16) - LA Clippers (22:21) 89: 113

The Pelicans with a third win in four games, largely thanks to a series of performances by Brandon Ingram.

The multi-colored forward dominated the game tonight as well, and with 24 points and a multiple contribution in a variety of other aspects helped the host escape in the first half and continue all the way to victory, in a game where they were not behind.

Jonas Valencia scored 18 and dropped 16 rebounds and on the other side Terence Man (15) and Marcus Morris (12) were the Clippers' bright spots, this time trailing by 28 and unlike the game against Denver, failed to produce a comeback.

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The celebration continues.

Memphis players (Photo: GettyImages, Al Bello)

Denver (19:21) - Portland (25:16) 108: 140

In the absence of the Blazers' top four scorers all Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum, Nikola Jukic and his teammates have not had any special problems and have recorded a third win in the last four games.

The first quarter ended with a double-digit lead, and this time, after dropping a 25-point lead over the Clippers, the Nuggets did not let the game escape with another run in the final quarter.

Will Barton who also injured his neck alarmingly in the third quarter, led the scoring list with 21 points, and Yukic finished with 20 and 8 rebounds.

Ben McElmore was the standout in the losing ranks with 18.

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