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Boston celebrated in Denver, Golden State lost, Phoenix survived a thriller - Walla! sport


Desmond Bain scored 24 and led the Grizzlies back to the winning run with 98: 122 over the Rockets. Indiana defeated Portland 98: 129

Boston celebrated in Denver, Golden State lost, Phoenix survived a thriller

Taitum and Brown (30) led the hottest Celtics to 104: 124 in Colorado, the Warriors surrendered to the Spurs without Steph, the Suns defeated Sacramento, a loss to Philadelphia




Monday, 21 March 2022, 06:49

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Danny Abdia speaks after the season record against Denver (the Wizards' official website in Hebrew)

Two games opened Sunday night in the NBA, which lasted into Monday night with seven more games.

Boston continued its momentum and defeated Denver.

Philadelphia surrendered to Toronto, Golden State lost without Steph and Phoenix defeated Sacramento by a landslide.


Houston (54:17) - Memphis (23:49) 122: 98

Indiana (47:25) - Portland (44:26) 98: 129

Golden State (24:47) - San Antonio (44:28) 110: 108

Philadelphia (27:43) - Toronto (31:40) 93:88

Denver (30:42) - Boston (28:44) 124: 104

New York (41:30) - Utah (26:45) 108 : 93

Sacramento (48:25) - Phoenix (14:58) 127: 124

Orlando (53:19) - Oklahoma City (51:20) 85:90

Atlanta (36:35) - New Orleans (41:30) 117 : 112

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Jukic suffers in front of Robert Williams' defense (Photo: Reuters)

Denver (30:42) - Boston (28:44) 124: 104

Boston continues its wonderful form with a very impressive victory over Colorado.

The Celtics managed to limit Nikola Jukic and cruised to victory with a great contribution from their star duo, with Jason Taitum and Jaylen Brown scoring 30 points each.

Jukic missed 14 shots in the first half and finished with 23 points on a bad percentage of 8 of 23.

Aaron Gordon (13) was the only other top five player to score in double figures against the Celtics, who have scored 19 three-pointers from 40 attempts and have continued to look great since the All-Star break.

Philadelphia (27:43) - Toronto (31:40) 93:88

It was not the star of the night in the NBA and like Jokic, Joel Ambed, who is competing with him for the MVP title of the season, got into a very weak game in Philadelphia's surprise loss.

The excellent chin scored 21 points and 13 rebounds, but recorded a critical loss in money time and scored just 6 of 20 from the field.

James Harden was not much better and finished with 17 points, 8 assists, 9 rebounds but also 6 losses out of 10 of his team.

Pascal Siakam scored 21 for the Raptors, who missed the injured Vanville.

Chris Bushay added 12 and 14 rebounds for the Raptors who scored a consecutive away game.

Victory in the teeth.

Devin Booker (Photo: Reuters)

Golden State (24:47) - San Antonio (44:28) 110: 108

Already in the first game after Steph Kerry's injury, Golden State realized how difficult life is without the big star with an annoying home loss.

Caldon Johnson dominated this game just before the buzzer after taking an offensive rebound from his free-kick and scoring at the last minute.

Clay Thompson tried to save with a hard three from the corner, but it went out and the Spurs celebrated another victory in the Popovich era.

Josh Richardson (25) and DeJonte Marie (19) led the winners.

Jordan Paul fired on the other side with 28 points, Clay Thompson added 24, but Green barely contributed the offense and Kerry's points were missing.

Sacramento (48:25) - Phoenix (14:58) 127: 124 (after overtime)

A particularly difficult win for the best team in the league, which is still awaiting the return of Chris Paul.

Devion Mitchell’s basket 2.8 seconds to end the legal time forced an overtime, in which Landry Shamett’s big three gave the Suns a 121: 123 lead half a minute to the end.

Barnes missed from the side and Craig secured the win.

Devin Booker led Phoenix with 31 points, before coming out with six fouls, as well as Diandra Eyton who managed to play 27 minutes and contributed 12 to Phoenix who managed to decide the game in her favor even though she played without her stars in overtime.

Michael Bridges was excellent with 27 and Shamett contributed 21 from the bench.

Devion Mitchell stood out on the other side with 28 and 9 assists.

Memphis is back forever.

Bain (Photo: Reuters)

Houston (54:17) - Memphis (23:49) 122: 98

Memphis returns to the winning track after the loss to Atlanta.

The visitors led from the start, retaining an advantage and closing out interest in the fourth quarter as they moved away from Memphis in second place in the West two wins away from Golden State third, with the Warriors missing two games that, if won, would cling to the Grizzlies.

Desmond Bain was the winner's man as he led the scoring with 24 points to which he added 7 assists and 5 rebounds.

Dillon Brooks also stood out with 20 points.

At the loser Dennis Schroeder contributed 17 points from the bench.

Second straight win for the Pacers.

Brist (Photo: GettyImages, Dylan Buell)

Indiana (47:25) - Portland (44:26) 98: 129

The Pacers with a second straight win while the Blazers are already counting four straight losses.

Both teams pass the time until the end of the season, and it looks like the guest has not really reached the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Indiana ran away with a double-digit lead as early as the first quarter and increased its lead en route to a 23-point lead at the half.

The Blazers narrowed the gap slightly in the third quarter, only to disappear completely in the final quarter en route to a second defeat by 30 points or more out of three games.

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