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Kawhi came back and scored a winning basket for the Clippers, Doncic was hot, Boston won - voila! sport


The great forward gave his team 117:119 in Charlotte, Paul George also returned. 33 points for Luka in 111:130 over Phoenix, Yanis celebrated in Orlando

Eight NBA games were held tonight (between Monday and Tuesday) in the NBA.

Luka Doncic celebrated Devin Booker and Phoenix, a dream comeback for Kawhi Leonard in the Clippers.

Boston won in Toronto and Philadelphia lost after two overtimes in Houston.

Tonight's games:

Dallas (11:12) - Phoenix (8:16) 111:130

Orlando (20:5) - Milwaukee (6:17) 109:102

Charlotte (17:7) - Los Angeles Clippers (11: 14) 117:119

Atlanta (11:13) - Oklahoma (13:11) 121:114

Toronto (12:12) - Boston (5:20) 116:110

Memphis (9:15) - Miami (13:11) 93:101

Houston (17:7) - Philadelphia (12:12) 123:132

Golden State (11:13) - Indiana (11:12)

came back with a victory basket.

Kawhi Leonard (Photo: Reuters)

Charlotte (17:7) - Los Angeles Clippers (11:14) 117:119

Kawhi Leonard could not have dreamed of a better comeback than this.

The big star of the Clippers returned to the floor after not playing since the beginning of November and already in his return game he scored a winning basket with 1.4 seconds left in the thriller.

Leonard finished the game with 16 points, but he wasn't the only one to make a comeback in this game.

Paul George, the second star, also returned after a long injury and contributed 19 points and 7 assists.

Luke Kennard, another player who returned after a long period, added 9 points, but Charlotte managed to put up a very good fight despite the Clippers' strong squad.

She benefited from 28 points from Kelly Oubre and 26 from PJ Washington but Kawhi had the last laugh.

Toronto (12:12) - Boston (5:20) 116:110

Boston continues to win and win and tonight the team with the best balance in the league also survived the meeting against the Raptors in Canada thanks to 31 points from Jason Tatum, who also added 12 rebounds.

Jaylen Brown contributed 22 for Boston, which recorded its seventh win in eight games.

Marcus Smart returned after missing the previous game and contributed 18, with even Blake Griffin adding 13. The excellent Pascal Siakam scored 29 for Toronto, but even Scotty Barnett's 21 and Gary Trent Jr.'s 20 were not enough against the best team in the league.

Celebrate Phoenix and Morning.

Luka Doncic (Photo: Reuters)

Dallas (11:12) - Phoenix (8:16) 111:130

The duel between Luka Doncic and Devin Booker ended with a spectacular knockout of the Slovenian in a game that was already decided in the first quarter that ended at 15:33 for the hosts.

Doncic danced on the floor with 33 points (12 of 20 from the field), 8 assists and 2 blocks, Spencer Dinwiddie added 21 including 5 3-pointers and Tim Hardaway Jr. also hit 5 3-pointers for the Mavs, who shot almost 50 percent from beyond the arc (20 of 41).

Dallas was able to shut down Devin Booker who recorded a game of 11 points (4 of 13 from the field) and was not in the business.

DeAndre Ayton contributed 20 which was far from enough and Phoenix got a lesson against a potential opponent in the Western Conference playoffs.

Atlanta (11:13) - Oklahoma (13:11) 121:114

Trae Young returned to Atlanta's five after reports that he forfeited the victory over Denver, but was stopped on just 6 of 19 from the field (23 points and 10 assists) and cleared the stage for the wonderful Shea Gilges Alexander who poured in 35 points.

Josh Giddy scored 12 of his 17 points in the final quarter as the visitors turned a 14-point deficit into a victory.

Dejonta Murray scored 24 which was not enough for the Hawks.

Orlando (20:5) - Milwaukee (6:17) 109:102

Giannis Antetokounmpo returned to Milwaukee's top five and led it to a difficult victory with another purposeful display of 34 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists.

Bobby Portis added 18 and Jaro Holliday flirted with a triple-double by contributing 17, 10 assists and 8 rebounds (and also 6 turnovers) to Milwaukee, which has the second best record in the league and won despite a poor game by Khris Middleton who finished with 5 points and 1 of 11 from the field

Franz Wagner (25) and rookie Paolo Bunkero (20) did not prevent Orlando from a ninth loss in a row.

  • sport

  • NBA


  • Boston Celtics

  • Golden State Warriors

  • Milwaukee Bucks

  • Los Angeles Clippers

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2022-12-06

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