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Luka Doncic returned with 53 points, Golden State beat OKC - voila! sport


The Slovenian stormed back from the injury and led Dallas to a difficult 105:111 over Detroit, Steph Curry scored 38 in the champion's 120:128. The Lakers lost without the stars

Besides the game of the Washington Wizards and Danny Abadia against the San Antonio Spurs, there were other games tonight in the NBA:

Philadelphia (5:32 p.m.) - Orlando (31:20) 119:109

Brooklyn (7:31 p.m.) - L.A.

Lakers (28:23) 104:121

Minnesota (26:27) - Sacramento (21:28) 118:111

Oklahoma (26:24) - Golden State (24:26) 128:120

Dallas (25:27) - Detroit (39:13) 105:111

Phoenix (25:27) - Toronto (29:23) 106:114

Portland (26:23) - Atlanta (25:25)

Returned hungry for basketball.

Doncic (Photo: Reuters)

Dallas (25:27) - Detroit (39:13) 105:111

Luka Doncic sat out the last few games due to an ankle injury.

Tonight he came back hungry, very hungry.

The wonderful Slovenian of Dallas exploded with 53 points and led the Mavs to a difficult than expected victory against the Pistons.

Spencer Dinwiddie helped him in big time with 10 of his 12 points in the final quarter.

Doncic has five 50-plus games in his career.

Four of them have come this season, with this outburst coming just over a month after he dropped 60 against the Knicks.

Doncic scored 24 points in the first quarter and finished this game with a great 17-for-24 percentage and added 8 rebounds.

Bojan Bodganovic did everything to spoil Luka with 29 points.

Sadiq Bay contributed 18 and also 5 three-pointers but did not prevent a sixth loss in seven games.

Oklahoma (26:24) - Golden State (24:26) 128:120

Only the seventh away win of the season for the champion in a game where Steph Curry exploded with 38 points, 12 assists and 8 rebounds.

Kerry hit 8 of the 14 threes he threw and finished the game 12 of 20 from the field.

Klay Thompson added 28, including six 3-pointers to help the Warriors get their third straight win against a very dangerous team.

The outstanding Shea Gilges Alexander contributed 21 of his 31 points in the second half.

Josh Giddy added 21 but it was not enough against the champion who wants to improve positions in the West.

Exploded over Oklahoma City.

Steph Curry (Photo: Reuters)

Brooklyn (19:31) - L.A.

Lakers (28:23) 104:121

After the very frustrating and brutal loss in Boston, the Lakers visited Kyrie and Brooklyn with a very lacking squad without its two stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

It cost her another loss that takes her further away from the playoff dream.

Kyrie was good with 26 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists, but got a lot of help from Patty Mills and Cameron Thomas who added 21 each for the Nets, who recorded a second straight win for the first time without the injured Durant.

Thomas Bryant tried to make up for the lack of Davis and contributed 18 and 9 rebounds to the Lakers.

Russell Westbrook finished with 17 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds but it wasn't enough.

Philadelphia (17:32) - Orlando (31:20) 119:109

After winning a duel against Nikola Jokic, Joel Embiid surrendered with his team precisely to the weak Orlando in a game where the host fell apart in the second half and saw the rookie Paolo Bunkero bring the Magic back from a 21 deficit with 29 points and 10 rebounds.

Moe Wagner contributed 22 and his brother Franz added 19 for Orlando, which snapped a 3-game losing streak.

Embiid recorded the 27th game of the season of at least 30 points when he scored exactly 30 and also added 11 rebounds, but he also led his team in turnovers (6) and got into foul trouble in the fourth quarter.

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Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-01-31

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