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Lillard was amazing with 60 points, Embiid and Harden defeated Brooklyn - voila! sport

2023-01-26T06:03:56.250Z


The Sixers beat the Nets 133:137, in a hot game. Milwaukee beat the Nuggets 99:107 without Jokic, Atlanta and Trae Young impressed in Oklahoma City


Tiktukno: summary of today's events in sports, 26.1 (Sport1)

A full cycle of 10 games welcomed the NBA fans tonight (between Wednesday and Thursday).

With all due respect to Washington's win over Houston, the real action was elsewhere.

Philadelphia beat Brooklyn in a hot meeting, Milwaukee beat Denver without Nikola Jokic, Damian Lillard exploded against Utah and at this time Golden State hosts Memphis.



Tonight's games:



Orlando (29:19) - Indiana (26:24) 120:126


Philadelphia (16:31) - Brooklyn (18:29) 133:137


Houston (37:11) - Washington (26:22) 108: 103


Milwaukee (17:31) - Denver (15:34) 99:107


New Orleans (23:26) - Minnesota (25:25) 111:102


Oklahoma City (25:23) - Atlanta (24:25) 137: 132


Sacramento (20:27) - Toronto (27:22) 113:95


Portland (25:23) - Utah (26:25) 124:134


LA Lakers (26:22) - San Antonio (33:14) not yet finished


Golden State (24:23) - Memphis (16:31) is not over yet

The most efficient 60 point game ever.

Lillard (Photo: Reuters)

Portland (25:23) - Utah (26:25) 124:134



This is far from being the peak season in Damian Lillard's career, but from time to time he explodes and reminds everyone who has managed to forget that he is one of the deadliest scorers in the league.

Tonight it was one of those games: "Deim" scored no less than 60 points with wonderful percentages (21 of 28 from the field, 9 of 15 from three, 8 of 9 from the penalty), added 8 assists, 7 rebounds and 3 steals, And led the Blazers to victory with his own hands.

It was the fourth time in Lillard's career to reach 60 or more points (only Wilt Chamberlain and Kobe Bryant have more), and given his shooting percentage, it is considered the most efficient 60-point game ever.

Lauri Markkanen tried to match Lillard with 24 points, but of course it wasn't enough.



Sacramento (20:27) - Toronto (27:22) 113:95



A somewhat surprising result considering the different trends that both teams came into the game with.

The Raptors who lost six of the previous eight games enjoyed 26 points and 11 rebounds from Pascal Siakam, while the Kings who won 7 of 8 surrendered despite 21 points from Kevin Herder.

Fred VanVleet added 17 for the winner.

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Head to head, Embiid over Simmons (Photo: Reuters)

Philadelphia (16:31) - Brooklyn (18:29) 133:137



A hot game in the city of brotherhood ended with the Sixers' sixth consecutive victory.

Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons who until recently shared a locker room and excessive expectations met for the first time as opponents, and in the end the one who decided was James Harden, ex-Brooklyn, who came up in the clutch and scored 8 points in the last two minutes.

Embiid finished with 26 points and 10 rebounds, Tyrese Maxey was also excellent with 27 and Harden contributed 23. On the other hand, Ben Simmons had a good night with 12 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, Seth Curry scored 32 and Kyrie Irving reached -30 and 10 assists, but that was enough for Brooklyn, which has five losses in the past seven games since Kevin Durant was sidelined.



Milwaukee (17:31) - Denver (15:34) 99:107



The Nuggets went into the top game with a very lacking lineup, without four senior players including stars Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray who were rested, and without them it could have ended in only one scenario.

Denver did give a fight, but a slight push on the pedal by Giannis Antetokounmpo, who excelled with 33 points and 14 rebounds, was enough to secure a fourth win in five games for the Bucks.

Jaro Holliday added 20 for the winner, Aron Gordon scored 26 for the loser.

Worked relatively hard against the missing lineup of the Nuggets.

Yannis and Joe Ingles (Photo: Reuters)

Oklahoma City (25:23) - Atlanta (24:25) 137:132 An



enjoyable duel between Trae Young and Shea Gilges Alexander ended with the victory of the former.

Young starred with 33 points and 11 assists, SGA had 36, but the latter was blocked and missed in the decisive period of the game, after which Young closed the matter from the penalty.

Dejonta Murray contributed 21 to the Hawks' victory, Bogdan Bogdanovic added 20. On the other side, Jaylen Williams assisted Gilges Alexander with 24 points, but it was not enough.



New Orleans (23:26) - Minnesota (25:25) 111:102



Brandon Ingram returned after two months, but Anthony Edwards spoiled his comeback and handed the Pelicans their sixth straight loss.

Edwards scored 37 points, DeAngelo Russell added 19 and Rudy Gober recorded 17 points and 12 rebounds.

On the other hand, CJ McCollum stood out with 25, Ingram finished his comeback game with 13 points in bad percentages (only 4 of 18 from the field).



Orlando (29:19) - Indiana (26:24) 120:



The Magic are in positive momentum, counting three wins in their last four games.

Paolo Bancro starred with 23 points, Gary Harris added 22 and Wendell Carter Jr. was also at his best with 18 and 10 rebounds.

On the other hand, the Pacers continue to struggle without the injured Tyrese Halliburton, despite 26 points from Benedict Maturin and 22 and 13 rebounds from Buddy Hield.

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