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Doncic scored 50 and won, career records for Harden and Halliburton - voila! sport


A season record for the Slovenian against Houston, 21 assists for the bearded man, the Indiana guard scored 43. The Clippers lost in Philly, the Bucks in Brooklyn

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The 14 NBA games played tonight (between Friday and Saturday) equaled the league's all-time record, with five different players scoring 40 points or more in one night.

Luka Doncic, James Harden and Tyrese Halliburton were the focus of impressive individual performances.

Tonight's games:

Philadelphia (12:19) - L.A.

Clippers (15:19) 114:119

Orlando (21:13) - San Antonio (22:10) 113:133

Atlanta (16:17) - Detroit (27:8) 105:130

Boston (10:23) - Minnesota (17:16) 109:121

Brooklyn (12:21) - Milwaukee (10:22) 100:118

Cleveland (12:22) - Toronto (18:15) 118:107

New York (15:18) - Chicago ( 18:14) 118:117

Miami (17:16) - Indiana (16:17) 111:108

Houston (23:9) - Dallas (16:17) 112:106

Oklahoma City (19:14) - New Orleans ( 12:20) 128:125 at the end of overtime

Denver (11:20) - Portland (15:17) 107:120

Phoenix (14:19) - Memphis (11:20) 125:100

Sacramento (14:17) - Washington (21:13) 125:111


Lakers (18:13) - Charlotte (24:8)

career high in assists.

James Harden (Photo: Reuters)

Orlando (21:13) - San Antonio (22:10) 113:133

The Magic continued the good period with an eighth victory in nine games, when Cole Anthony was one assist away from a triple double and scored 23 along with 10 rebounds.

Franz Wagner contributed 21 points, Paolo Bunkero added 18. For the Spurs, who count four losses in the last five games, Keldon Johnson scored 17 points and Tyus Jones provided 16 along with 8 assists.

Philadelphia (12:19) - L.A.

Clippers (15:19) 114:119

The Sixers came back from a 20-point deficit in the first half and won their seventh in a row, thanks to Joel Embiid's 44 points, but the one who excelled even more was James Harden who completed a monstrous triple double with A career high of 21 assists.

The bearded man scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, becoming the first Philadelphia player since Wilt Chamberlain to record a triple-double with 20 or more assists.

Kawhi Leonard scored 28 for the Clippers, who got 22 points from Paul George

Atlanta (16:17) - Detroit (27:8) 105:130

The Hawks returned to a positive balance when they handed the Pistons their fifth loss in a row and the eighth in the last nine games.

Dejontae Murray and Trae Young scored 26 points each, the latter added 13 assists and Serbian Bogdan Bogdanovic finished with 19 points.

On the other side, Croatian Bojan Bogdanovic led the loser's scorers with 23 points.

Boston (10:23) - Minnesota (17:16) 109:121

The Celtics stepped on the gas in the last quarter of a volatile game, on the way to breaking a streak of three losses and returning to the top of the Eastern Conference.

Jaylen Brown led the winner with 36 points, Jayson Tatum scored 30 and pulled down 8 rebounds, while Anthony Edwards scored the same amount for the Wolves and DeAngelo Russell gave 10 assists along with his 21 points.

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The Nets continue the momentum.

Kevin Durant (Photo: GettyImages, Dustin Satloff)

Brooklyn (12:21) - Milwaukee (10:22) 100:118

The Nets sent another signal of their intentions to take over the East, with an eighth consecutive victory, this time over one of the strongest rivals on the East Coast.

Kevin Durant showed the host the way with 24 points, Nick Claxton provided a solid performance with 19 and 8 rebounds, Kyrie Irving contributed 18, 9 rebounds and 6 assists.

26 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists by Giannis Antetokounmpo did not prevent the Bucks from losing for the second time in a row.

Cleveland (12:22) - Toronto (18:15) 118:107

The Cavaliers' winning streak stopped at five, after OJ Anonovy and Pascal Siakam landed in Ohio and recorded 26 points each - the first pulled down 9 rebounds, the Cameroonian picked up 7 and gave 9 assists, with the wonderful Scotty Barnes contributing 25 points and 10 rebounds.

17 points and 8 assists from Darius Garland were the bright spot for Cleveland, Donovan Mitchell was stuck on only 12 points.

New York (15:18) - Chicago (18:14) 118:117

Chicago's three stars - DeMar DeRozan (25 and 10 assists), Zach LaVine (33) and Nikola Vucevic (21 and 12 rebounds), They each scored 20 points or more this is the fourth game in a row - the longest streak in franchise history.

LaVine cut to a minus point with 7.1 seconds on the clock, Jaylen Brunson missed twice from the line at the other end, and DeRozan punished him with a game-winning basket with a tenth of a second remaining at the buzzer en route to a third straight W for the Bulls.

RJ Barrett scored no less than 44 for the Knicks, who received 29 and 12 rebounds and Julius Randle.

Bomb 50 on the Texan neighbor.

Doncic (Photo: GettyImages, Carmen Mandato)

Houston (23:9) - Dallas (16:17) 112:106

Luka Doncic rains a season record of 50 points on the neighbor from Texas, making 6 of 12 attempts from beyond the arc, handing out 10 assists, collecting 8 rebounds and grabs 3 balls.

Only LeBron James, Rick Barry and Jayson Tatum have finished a game with 50+ points, 5+ rebounds and 5+ assists when they were 23 or younger, and now the Slovenian has joined the list as he matches Dirk Nowitzki as the second player in Dallas history to score 50+ in one game.

All this was worth a second consecutive victory for the Mavericks and a fifth consecutive loss for the Rockets, which Jabari Smith Jr. could not prevent despite scoring 24 and picking up 10 rebounds.

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Source: walla

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