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LeBron celebrated his birthday with 47 points and a victory, Paul and Giannis also scored - voila! sport


Almost a triple double for the 38-year-old star in 121:130 in Atlanta, 41 of the guard Warriors defeated Portland, 43 and 20 for the Greek. The Pelicans beat the Phillies, a winning basket for Harter

Summary clip of today's events in sport, 12/30 (Sport1)

Nine games were played tonight (between Friday and Saturday) in the NBA, including the victory of the Washington Wizards and Danny Abadia over the Orlando Magic.

LeBron James celebrated his 38th birthday in style, Jordan Paul, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Zach LaVine also delivered big individual performances.

Tonight's results:

Orlando (24:13) - Washington (21:16) 119:100

Atlanta (19:17) - LA Lakers (21:15) 130:121

Toronto (20:16) - Phoenix (17:20) ) 104:113

Chicago (15:20) - Detroit (29:9) 118:132

Milwaukee (12:23) - Minnesota (20:16) 114:123

New Orleans (12:23) - Philadelphia (14:20) 116:127

Denver (12:23) - Miami (18:18) 119:124

Golden State (18:19) - Portland (17:18) 112:118

Sacramento (15:19) - Utah (19:17) 125 :126

At the age of 38, he looks like he's 18. LeBron James is crazy (Photo: GettyImages, Kevin C. Cox)

Atlanta (19:17) - LA Lakers (21:15) 130:121

This is LeBron James' 20th season in the best league in the world.

Tonight he celebrated his 38th birthday at Atlanta's State Farm Arena, and drew "MVP" chants from the local crowd with an unforgettable performance: after a subdued first quarter, the King poured in 45 points over the next three quarters and finished with a season-high 47 overall, adding 10 rebounds and a single assist away from a triple-double and hovering the floor just like he did as an 18-year-old rookie nearly two decades ago.

After the Hawks let go of a 15-point lead, LeBron's 3-pointer at the beginning of the last quarter gave the Lakers the lead, which they kept until the end of the game.

Thomas Bryant scored 19 and added a season-high 17 rebounds for the winner, who received 14 and 11 assists from Russell Westbrook.

Trae Young's 29 points did not prevent a third consecutive loss for the host.

Toronto (20:16) - Phoenix (17:20) 104:113

The Raptors snapped a five-game losing streak thanks to Gary Trent Jr.'s season-high 35 points.

The Suns, without Devin Booker, lost for the fifth time in six games.

Pascal Siakam contributed 26 points and could tie Vince Carter's club record if he scores 25 or more in the next game for the eighth straight time.

Chris Paul provided 20 points and 12 assists, but DeAndre Ayton was held to only 4 along with 7 rebounds.

Chicago (15:20) - Detroit (29:9) 118:132

Against the team with the worst record in the NBA, Zach LaVine appeared to put his left knee injury behind him and the Bulls closed out the game with a 3:17 run en route to victory.

Lavigne, who scored 18 points in the first quarter, hit five threes out of nine attempts and finished with a total of 15/20 from the field, en route to his season-high 43 points.

DeMar DeRozan assisted him with 22 points.

For the Pistons, who were missing the suspended Kylian Hayes and Amido Diallo following the violent incident against Orlando, Jaden Ivey finished with 22 of his own.

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Antetokounmpo (Photo: GettyImages, Stacy Revere)

Milwaukee (12:23) - Minnesota (20:16) 114:123

against Chicago In the previous game, he scored two more points and pulled down two more rebounds, but this time the 43 points and 20 rebounds of Giannis Antetokounmpo managed to help Milwaukee break a streak of four losses and made the Greek only the third player in history to record two consecutive games with 40 points, 20 rebounds and at least 5 assists, alongside Wilt Chamberlain and Algin Baylor.

Bobby Portis added 22 points and 14 rebounds to the Bucks.

In Minnesota, Anthony Edwards stood out with 30 and 10 respectively, which were not enough to prevent a fifth loss in a row.

New Orleans (12:23) - Philadelphia (14:20) 116:127

C.J. McCollum broke the Pelicans' single-game 3-point record with 11 - one more than Peja Stojakovic hit 15 years ago - and finished with a whopping 42 points to lead the hosts to a fifth straight victory that kept them atop the Western Conference.

Zion Williamson provided a significant contribution himself, with 36 points.

Joel Embiid's 37, in another excellent game by the Cameroonian center who also collected 8 rebounds, did not prevent a second loss in a row for the Sixers who received 20 and 10 assists from James Harden.

Denver (12:23) - Miami (18:18) 119:124

Nikola Jokic had a routine night at the office and finished with a triple double of 19 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists, but Jamal Murray "brought" the victory when he found the handle in money time and scored 7 of his 14 points in the last two minutes of the game.

Cantavious Caldwell Pope led eight scorers in double figures in Denver, with 20 points without a miss on 7 shots from the field and 2 from the line.

Tyler Hero had 26 points and 10 rebounds in Miami.

They managed without Kerry.

Paul and Thompson celebrate (Photo: GettyImages, Thearon W. Henderson)

Golden State (18:19) - Portland (17:18) 112:118

Precisely while Steph Curry is out due to the shoulder injury, the Warriors count four consecutive victories.

Tonight the champion trailed by eight points in the last quarter, but Draymond Green took command of the defense and helped crack a 0:12 run, when on the offensive side Jordan Paul took the reins and fired 41 points, including 5/10 for threes, on the way to close the month of December with an average of 25.8.

Klay Thompson also looked great, with 7/15 from beyond the arc and 31 points.

Damian Lillard scored 34 and pulled down 8 rebounds for Portland.

Sacramento (15:19) - Utah (19:17) 125:126

A 3-pointer by Kevin Harter with 9 seconds left on the clock gave the Kings the win in a very close game.

The team from California led almost the entire game, but except for a few seconds, they were unable to open a double-digit gap.

Harter made 6 three-pointers with 60% accuracy and finished with 30 points, when Domantas Sabonis recorded 28, 11 rebounds and 8 assists for the winner.

Lauri Markkanen contributed 36 points for the Jazz, while Jordan Clarkson had 25 and 9 assists.

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Source: walla

All sports articles on 2022-12-31

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