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NBA: Boston beat the Lakes in overtime, Embiid beat Jokic in a battle of giants Israel today


Jaylen Brown with 37 points led the Celtics to a dramatic victory 121:125 • LeBron exploded again with 41 points, but it was not enough • Philadelphia beat Denver • Kyrie led Brooklyn to victory over the Knicks

A busy night (between Saturday and Sunday) in the NBA league with 11 intriguing games, when Boston beat the Los Angeles Lakers in overtime, and Brooklyn beat New York in the derby.

Boston (16:35) - L.A. Lakers (27:23) 121:125 (after overtime)

Jaylen Brown scored 37 points, tied the game with 4.1 seconds left in regulation and added 11 more in overtime, with the Boston Celtics leading the NBA beat the arch rival Los Angeles Lakers 121:125.

Brown added nine rebounds, Jayson Tatum had 30 points and 11 rebounds, and Malcolm Brogdon scored 15 of his 26 points in the second half.

LeBron James exploded again with 41 points, 9 rebounds and eight assists for the Lakers.

Anthony Davis scored 16 points with 10 rebounds, coming off the bench for the second straight game after missing 20 straight with a leg injury.

Patrick Beverley scored 15 points, giving the Lakers the lead twice in the final minute of the fourth quarter, but received a critical technical foul in the closing minutes.

37 PTS from Jaylen Brown led the @celtics to the #NBARivalsWeek home W in Boston!

LeBron James: 41 PTS, 9 REB, 8 AST, 6 3PM

Jayson Tatum: 30 PTS, 11 REB, 4 AST

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— NBA (@NBA) January 29, 2023

Brooklyn (19:30) - New York (24:27) 115:122

Kyrie Irving grew up in New York and New Jersey, so he knows better than most people the rivalry between the Nets and Knicks.

Irving scored 21 of his 32 points in the last 9 and a half minutes, and led Brooklyn to its ninth consecutive victory over the Knicks, this time: 115:122.

It was Irving's sixth straight game with 30 or more points, and he took control of the game, adding a crucial 3-pointer with 50 seconds left.

The guard who started in the top five in the All-Star game also had nine assists and six rebounds.

Joe Harris added 16 points and Nick Claxton scored 13 points, with 12 rebounds and six assists for the Nets.

Jalen Bronson scored 26 points on the other hand, and RJ Barrett added 24 for the Knicks.

Kyrie Irving wins it vs.

the Knicks during his first Nets home game in 2019!


NYC battle at 5:30pm/et on ABC 👀

— NBA History (@NBAHistory) January 28, 2023

Philadelphia (16:32) - Denver (16:34) 119:126

Joel Embiid edged out Nikola Jokic among MVP candidates with 47 points and 18 rebounds as Philadelphia extended its winning streak to seven games with a 119-126 victory over the Denver Nuggets.

Jokic and Embiid finished first and second in voting for the NBA's MVP award the past two seasons.

Both are among the leading candidates for MVP at the halfway point of the season, although Embiid was not selected for the All-Star Game

James Harden had 17 points and 13 assists, and Tobias Harris scored all 14 of his points in the second half after being completely shut down by Denver's defense in the first half.

Jokic had 24 points, eight rebounds and nine assists, but Denver has lost three of its last four games.

Jamal Murray scored 22 points and Michael Porter added 20 for the loser.


— ESPN (@espn) January 28, 2023

All results:

Detroit (38:13) - Houston (38:12) 117:114

Orlando (31:19) - Chicago (26:23) 128:109

Atlanta (25:25) - LA Clippers (24:28) ) 120:113

Minnesota (25:27) - Sacramento (21:27) 110:117

Utah (26:26) - Dallas (25:26) 100:108

Portland (25:23) - Toronto (28:22) before Ended

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