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Charlotte trampled Milwaukee, Brooklyn came back to win, Lavigne and Jokic starred - voila! sport


The Hornets scored 51 points in the first quarter and defeated the Bucks 109:138 in a stellar performance by Yannis. The Nets recovered from the interruption of the winning streak by New Orleans, the star of the Bulls with 11 three-pointers

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Tonight's games:

Oklahoma (22:17) - Washington (23:17) 110:127

Philadelphia (15:23) - Chicago (21:18) 126:112

New Orleans (15:24) - Brooklyn (13:26) 108 :102

Indiana (18:22) - Portland (19:19) 99:108

Toronto (23:16) - New York (18:22) 112:108

San Antonio (26:13) - Detroit (31:11) 109 :121

Milwaukee (14:25) - Charlotte (29:11) 138:109

Minnesota (18:22) - LA Clippers (20:21) 115:128

Denver (13:26) - Cleveland (15:25) 108:121

Phoenix (20:20) - Miami (19:21) 104:96

LA Lakers (21:18) - Atlanta (21:18) 114:130

A show by the Hornets.

Rogier (Photo: GettyImages, Stacy Revere)

Milwaukee (14:25) - Charlotte (29:11) 138:109

No one saw it coming: Charlotte, from the bottom of the East, with a purposeful display against the Bucks who, except for Khris Middleton, suffered no significant absences.

The guest's amazing evening began already in the first quarter, in which she broke a club record with 51 points in a quarter compared to the Bucks' 28.

From there, the Hornets did not increase the margin further, but still prevented the Bucks from coming back and left the fans in Milwaukee stunned.

Above all, Terry Rozier shone with 39 points, Lamelo Ball added a double-double of 24 points and 12 assists.

Giannis Antetokounmpo with a very bad game that rarely ended in single digit points - only 9 points with 4 rebounds and no assists in 22 minutes.

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Brooklyn is back to win.

Durant (Photo: Reuters)

New Orleans (15:24) - Brooklyn (13:26) 108:102

After the 12-game winning streak was interrupted against Chicago, Brooklyn got back on track and narrowed the gap from Eastern Conference leader Boston to just one win.

The Pelicans had to do without Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram, but still led by 11 going into the break after an excellent second quarter.

The Nets came back completely different for the second half, and in less than four minutes completed a turnaround with a 5:17 run.

The game continued to be tight until the end, but Kyrie Irving's 3-pointer with 43 seconds to go made it 100:106 and actually closed the story.

Kevin Durant led the winner with 33 points and 10 rebounds, Irving added 19, CJ McCollum stood out with 28.

Sniper 11 three-pointers.

Lavigne (Photo: GettyImages, Tim Nwachukwu)

Philadelphia (15:23) - Chicago (21:18) 126:112

Will the last two games change the Bulls' season?

After the disappointing Chicago prevailed in the previous game against Brooklyn, tonight came another impressive display led by Zach Lavigne who shot 11 three-pointers.

A great third quarter of 29:40 made the difference for the guest, who also took advantage of the losses of Washington and Toronto to settle in the tenth place that leads to playin in the East.

Lavin scored 41 points, Nikola Vucevic impressed with a triple double of 19 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists, while DeMar DeRozan had a weak game of only 12 points.

The loser, without Joel Embiid, was led by Tyrese Maxey with 26.

A true MVP.

Jokic (Photo: Reuters)

Denver (13:26) - Cleveland (15:25) 108:121

The leader of the West continues to establish her home as a fortress, and went up to the balance 3:16 at home thanks to another magical evening by Nikola Jokic.

The Nuggets took advantage of the fact that Donovan Mitchell was sitting on the sidelines for the Cubs en route to a victory that was not in doubt in the final quarter.

The reigning MVP recorded a triple double of 28 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists, Jamal Murray assisted him with 18. Caris Levert tried to cover for Mitchell's absence with 22 points, Darius Garland added 21 and 8 assists.

The Heat deepened the crisis of the Suns.

Butler versus Shamet (Photo: GettyImages, Christian Petersen)

Phoenix (20:20) - Miami (19:21) 104:96

What's up with the Phoenix Suns?

The team that had the best balance in the league last season and started the current season well as well is simply disintegrating since Devin Booker was injured and has already counted five consecutive losses that put it at 50 percent success.

This time the one who celebrated at their own expense was Miami, and especially Victor Oladipo who mentioned oblivion with 26 points off the bench.

A good game by DeAndre Ayton, who scored 23 points and collected 14 rebounds, was not enough for the Suns.

Injured and out, but the Wolves held on.

Edwards (Photo: Reuters)

Minnesota (18:22) - LA Clippers (20:21) 115:128

The Wolves took advantage of the absences of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George en route to their third straight win, which comes after a bad six-game losing streak.

The Clippers did not lead the entire game and the Wolves were already leading by 25. An injury to Anthony Edwards in the third quarter allowed the guest from California to return, but she was unable to complete a comeback.

Rudy Gober had a monster double-double of 25 points and 21 rebounds, DeAngelo Russell also scored 21. Norman Powell led the lackluster Clippers with 21 off the bench.

Toronto (23:16) - New York (18:22) 112:108

The Knicks led by 16 with less than five minutes to go, and almost managed to lose the victory.

The Canadians, who just this week made a huge comeback against Milwaukee only to lose in overtime, once again had to settle for "almost".

Gary Trent's 3-pointer with 42 seconds to go made it 108:106, but Jaylen Branson's basket and foul with 22 seconds left closed the story.

Branson finished with 26, but Julius Randle led the scoring with 32 and 11 rebounds.

Fred Van Vliet with 28, Trent with 27.

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Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-01-07

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