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Kyrie beat Golden State, the Lakers came back from the grave, Denver stopped - voila! sport


38 points of the Brooklyn star led to a victory over the champion, LeBron (37) brought the Lakers back from a 25-point deficit in Portland, OKC won in Denver, a loss to Memphis as well

As every Sunday, the NBA playoff season began with early games.

In the games that opened the cycle, the Clippers beat Dallas and Miami beat New Orleans.

Later in the night, more intriguing games were held that mostly provided surprises.

Denver and Memphis lost, Kyrie Irving won with Brooklyn in Golden State, and LeBron led the Lakers to victory in Portland after trailing by 25 points.

Tonight's and tonight's games:

Dallas (11:25 p.m.) - L.A.

Clippers (24:25) 112:98

Miami (22:26) - New Orleans (21:26) 96:100

Toronto (27:21) - New York (23:25) 116:125

Denver (14:33) - Oklahoma City (24:23) 101:99

Phoenix (24:24) - Memphis (15:31) 110:112

Golden State (24:23) - Brooklyn (17:29) 120:116

Portland (25:21) - No.

Lakers (25:22) 121:112

Defeated Denver at home.

Gilges Alexander (Photo: Reuters)

Denver (14:33) - Oklahoma City (24:23) 101:99

Denver's nine-game winning streak was cut short against the black horse of the league and no one deserves to do it more than Shay Gilges Alexander.

The Thunder star nailed a half-distance jumper with 9.2 seconds left to win this game against the league's best home team, which surrendered just the fourth time this season at home and it happened without Nikola Jokic, who sat out a second straight game due to a sprain.

Jamal Murray had a chance to send the game into overtime but missed at the buzzer.

Alexander finished with 34 points for the winners.

Josh Giddy scored 18 and added 9 rebounds for the hot visitors, who recorded their seventh win in nine games.

On the other hand, Marie contributed 26 and 9 assists, but struggled without the big star by his side.

Phoenix (24:24) - Memphis (15:31) 110:112

After Denver's home loss, Memphis had a chance to hang on to the top of the Western Conference but ultimately lost in a game where they managed to come back from a 29-point deficit with a huge second half, but Dario Saric secured the victory from the line for the hosts, who got back Chris Paul after Seven games away with a contribution of 22 points and 11 assists.

Michael Bridges led the way with 24 and Torrey Craig chipped in for DeAndre Ayton's season-high 20. Jae Morant scored 24 on the other hand and Desmond Bain contributed 24 but it wasn't enough.

Just getting better and better.

LeBron (Photo: GettyImages)

Golden State (24:23) - Brooklyn (17:29) 120:116

In its previous game, Golden State rested all the stars, but won without them in Cleveland.

Tonight, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins returned to the top five of the champion, but they saw a performance by Kyrie Irving, who single-handedly led the guests to victory with 38 points and 9 assists, one of them to Royce O'Neal, who buried a three-pointer 28 seconds before the end, which determined 116:118, when on the other hand, Klay Thompson missed Outside the arc and Kyrie secured the win from the line.

Nick Claxton contributed 24, 15 rebounds and 3 blocks to the visitors, who recorded a second consecutive victory without Durant, who missed a meeting against the former.

Steph Curry led on the other hand with 26 (and also 5 turnovers) but Klay Thompson was weak and contributed only 10 in bad percentages (4 of 17) and missed all seven of his attempts from outside the arc and the champion continues its bad season and also dropped to a negative balance.

Portland (25:21) - L.A.

Lakers (25:22) 121:112

What do you say about LeBron James?

The great star of the Lakers saw his team fall behind by 25 points and record the worst second quarter in its history (45:13), but even that did not break King James, who exploded in the second half as the visitors overpowered the opponent with 20:40 in the third quarter and completed a crazy comeback.

James led this turnaround with 37 points and 11 rebounds.

Bryant Thomas helped him with dominance in the paint of 31 points and 14 rebounds and also stopped Nurkic on only 2 points on the other hand.

Damian Lillard again scored in very bad percentages (5 of 17) and was stopped at 24 when Anferni Simmons' 31 did not help Portland, which continues its bad season

starting to get in shape.

Kauai (Photo: Reuters)

Dallas (11:25 p.m.) - L.A.

Clippers (24:25) 112:98

Luka Doncic met his favorite opponent in the NBA, the one against whom he averaged close to 40 points per game in previous meetings - but this time he came out disappointed.

The Slovenian lift "settled" for 29 points along with 10 rebounds, saw Tim Hardaway Jr. (22) and Spencer Dinwiddie (21) assist him, but surrendered to Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, who show improved ability recently.

Kawhi finished with 30 points (second straight game with 30 or more) along with 9 rebounds, George scored 21 and the Clippers won their second straight.

The Mavs on the other hand have four losses in five games.

Miami (22:26) - New Orleans (21:26) 96:100

Third win in four games for the Heat, who moved up to sixth place in the Eastern Conference.

On the other hand, the Pelicans with their fourth loss in a row, and continue to struggle without Zaion Williamson.

New Orleans actually led safely and built a lead of 16 in the first half, but Miami finished the game with an impressive run, including 9 consecutive points by Kyle Lowry that secured the victory.

Tyler Hero led the Heat with 26 points, Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler added 18 each, while on the other side Terry Murphy III finished as the outstanding scorer with 17.

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  • Dallas Mavericks

  • Los Angeles Clippers

  • Los Angeles Lakers

  • Golden State Warriors

  • Brooklyn Nets

  • Memphis Grizzlies

  • Denver Nuggets

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-01-23

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