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The MVP gave the Nuggets a dramatic 116:119 over Orlando, James crossed the 32 thousand point mark and was won 113:112 by Philadelphia. Brooklyn surrendered to the Thunder, Golden State went back to losing

Donovan Mitchell celebrates his 71-point game against Chicago (from the official Twitter account of the Cleveland Cavaliers)

Like every Sunday, the NBA playoff season started early with 3 games in focus: Chicago defeated the champion Golden State.

Later that night, five games were played, centered around Nikola Jokic's winning basket and the Lakers' loss to the Sixers.

The evening and night games:

Detroit (35:12) - New York (19:25) 117:104


Clippers (22:23) - Houston (33:10) 100:121

Chicago (24:20) - Golden State (22:21) 118:132

Brooklyn (15:27) - Oklahoma City (23:21) 112:102

San Antonio (31:13) - Sacramento (18:24) 119:132

Denver (13:30) - Orlando (28:16) 116:119

Portland (22:21) - Dallas (21:24) 123:

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Lakers (24:19) - Philadelphia (16:27) 113:112

Denver maintains the top spot in the West.

Jokic scores the winning three-pointer (Photo: Reuters)

Denver (1:30 p.m.) - Orlando (28:16) 116:119

Nikola Jokic recorded triple double number 12 of the season and 88 in his career, and scored a big three-pointer with 1.2 seconds left to give the Nuggets their 13th home win in a row, after a difficult game.

Nikola finished with 17 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds, and was helped by 25 points from Aaron Gordon and 18 from Jamal Mari.

On the other hand, Markel Fultz shone with 20 and helped Orlando erase a 15-point deficit at halftime, but the Magic suffered their third loss in four games.


Lakers (24:19) - Philadelphia (16:27) 113:112

Second consecutive victory for the Sixers - and he is also on the edge of a point.

After Embiid's game-winning basket in Utah, he also scored a crucial basket that put Philly up 4 with 45 seconds left.

Troy Brown hit a 3-pointer with half a minute left, Embiid missed the next layup, but Russell Westbrook missed a last-second layup, and the Lakers went down for a third straight game.

The yellow-purples will at least take solace in 35 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds from LeBron James, who became the second player of all time to reach 38,000 career points, on his way to surpassing Kareem Abdul Jabbar.

Westbrook reached a triple double of 20 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists off the bench, Embiid's 35 and 11 rebounds and Harden's 24 and 13 assists were worth more.

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The big climax is approaching.

LeBron (Photo: GettyImages, Sean M. Haffey)

Brooklyn (15:27) - Oklahoma City (23:21) 112:102

Without the injured Kevin Durant, the Nets surrendered to Oklahoma City, who sealed the playoffs in the East with three consecutive victories.

Shea Gilges Alexander and Josh Giddy scored 28 points each, Lou Dort added 22, and a one-sided last quarter (22:37 for the Thunder) ensured the victory.

On the other hand, Seth Curry scored 23 and Nick Clarkson stood out with 17 and 12 rebounds, but Kyrie Irving struggled with only 15 points.

San Antonio (31:13) - Sacramento (18:24) 119:132

Fourth consecutive victory for the Kings, who this time did it comfortably.

The guest's third quarter 39 points was enough for her to decide the game, with Harrison Barnes excelling with 29, Diaron Fox reaching 23 and Domantas Sabonis adding 18 and 18 rebounds.

The Spurs, on the other hand, suffered their fourth consecutive loss despite 23 from Jacob Poltel and 21 from Josh Richardson.

Portland (22:21) - Dallas (21:24) 123:140

Damian Lillard is getting in shape, and it's scary.

In the last five games, "Dame" averaged 38 points, and tonight his 40 points gave the Blazers a second win in 24 hours over the Mavs, this time without Luka Doncic, who was rested in the second game of a back-to-back.

Jeremy Grant, Anferni Simons and Jusuf Nurkic scored 20 points each for the winner, the loser was led by Spencer Dinwiddie with 28 and 9 assists.

Knockout against the champion.

Zac Lavin (Photo: Reuters)

Chicago (24:20) - Golden State (22:21) 118:132

After trampling weak San Antonio on the road, champion Golden State got a chance to finally string together two consecutive road wins when they met Chicago still without their big star DeMar DeRozan.

However, even though she played with a full squad and with all the stars, she was stuck on 20 points in the first quarter and trailed by 15.

In the second quarter, the formations reversed and Thompson's barrage of threes gave the guests a turnaround and 24:42.

But for the second half, Golden State did not appear.

After a very dominant first half by Nikola Vucevic, Zach Lavin woke up and in the final quarter the Warriors conceded 40 points en route to losing 17 of 21 games.

Vucevic led the Bulls with no less than 43 points and 13 rebounds.

Zach LaVine contributed 27, 9 rebounds and 6 assists and made up for DeRozan's lack.

On the other hand, Klay Thompson led with 26 points including 8 of 15 outside the arc, but Steph Curry was very weak with 20 points and no less than 8 turnovers, two more than Draymond Green.

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His magical season continues.

Julius Randle (Photo: GettyImages)


Clippers (22:23) - Houston (33:10) 100:121

For three quarters weak Houston stretched the Clippers, who came to this game with a streak of seven losses in eight games.

But the short and lacking roster of the Rockets and the fatigue gave their signals in the last quarter when the host got fed up and exploded with 10:30 and a 21-point victory in a game where she led by only one point after the third quarter.

Kawhi Leonard excelled with 30 points on 50 percent from the field (12 of 24) and Terrence Mann was the X factor with 31 and almost no fouls (12 of 16) including five three-pointers from only eight attempts.

Norman Powell was the fuel off the bench with 18. On the other hand, senior Eric Gordon scored 24 for Houston but did not prevent a tenth straight loss from the collapsing Rockets and it is hard to say that this is surprising in light of the weak squad.

Detroit (35:12) - New York (19:25) 117:104

The Knicks' 11th win in a row against Detroit and with a record of 19:25, this team, it seems, is on the safe way to the playoffs in the postseason.

Julius Randle continued his magical season and led the visitors with 42 points and 15 rebounds, Jaylen Bronson added 27 and Emmanuel Quickley contributed 17. Jayden Ivey and Sadiq Bey scored 21 for the Knicks, who were without their leading scorer in Croatian Vijan Bogdanovic and fell apart as expected in the first quarter.

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Source: walla

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