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Boston trampled Brooklyn by 43 points. The Warriors messed up again, Lillard is hot again - voila! sport


The Celtics recorded a 10th consecutive victory over the Nets, with a crushing 96:139. The Warriors lost a double-digit lead and won in Minnesota, Lillard's 42 points defeated Memphis

The Washington coach and the team's players compliment Danny Avdia after the victory in San Antonio (@washwizardsil)

Eight games in the NBA were held tonight (between Wednesday and Thursday), not including the game between Washington of Danny Abdia and Detroit which was postponed to an unknown date due to weather conditions.

The focus was on the one-sided game in which Boston trampled Brooklyn.

Golden State lost another close game, and a red-hot Damian Lillard subdued Memphis.

Tonight's games:

Philadelphia (17:33) - Orlando (32:20) 94:105

Memphis (19:32) - Portland (26:25) 122:112

Boston (15:37) - Brooklyn (20:31) 96: 139

Houston (38:15) - Oklahoma City (27:24) 106:112

Minnesota (26:28) - Golden State (25:26) 114:119 (after overtime)

San Antonio (38:14) - Sacramento (21 :29) 119:109

Utah (26:36) - Toronto (29:23) not yet finished

Phoenix (25:27) - Atlanta (26:25) not yet finished


Jaylen Brown celebrates (Photo: GettyImages, Maddie Meyer)

Boston (3:37 p.m.) - Brooklyn (8:31 p.m.) 96:139

The meeting between two of the strongest teams in the East has been conducted in recent years in a one-sided manner - and tonight the tradition was preserved with the dismantling of the Nets by the Celtics.

At the end of the first 12 minutes, the scoreboard showed 16:46 for Boston, the franchise's largest lead after one quarter.

The name of the game was also decided, and starting from that moment the leader of the Eastern Conference continued to press the gas on the way to the historic victory, which was their 10th in a row over Brooklyn.

Jayson Tatum poured in 31 points along with 9 rebounds, Jaylen Brown added 26, and Robert Williams, who returned from injury, was also a part of the celebration with 16 and 9 rebounds.

On the other hand, Kyrie Irving and his friends were humiliated without Kevin Durant (and Ben Simmons and TJ Warren), and went down after two consecutive victories against the Knicks and the Lakers.

Kyrie Irving, who once again received a hostile reception from the former fans, led the Nets' scoring list with 20.

Minnesota (26:28) - Golden State (25:26) 114:119 (after overtime)

Logic says that an experienced team like Golden State should know how to win close games, but the numbers show that the opposite is true: the Warriors once again lost a double-digit lead in the quarter The latter, they again fell into overtime, and again succumbed to it - as in 15 of the last 17 games in which it went into overtime, including three of four games this season.

The Timberwolves, who were missing Karl Anthony Towns and Rudy Gober, entered the final quarter down 11, but DeAngelo Russell and Anthony Edwards made a turnaround and a big dunk by Naz Reed secured the victory in overtime, after Steph Curry missed an opportunity to decide the game in the final seconds of regulation time.

Russell led the winner with 29 points, Edwards had 27 and Reese had 24 and 13 rebounds.

On the other hand, Steph Curry scored 29 along with 10 rebounds, but Klay Thompson suffered a lukewarm day (14 points on 3-13 from the field) and the Warriors stopped after three consecutive victories.

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Balance 15:2 in the last games that went into overtime.

Kerry and Paul are at a loss (Photo: GettyImages, David Berding)

Memphis (19:32) - Portland (26:25) 122:112

Damian Lillard is hot, and sweeps the Blazers to perhaps their best period of the season.

Tonight's win, which was Portland's fourth in five games, was the seal of approval.

Diem scored 42 points (scored 40 or more in two straight games, and in three of the last four), added 10 assists and was helped by 26 points from Anfernie Simmons to defeat Ja Morant and his friends on the home court, thanks to a sweeping final quarter of 22:38.

On the other hand, Morant finished with 32 points, 12 assists and 9 rebounds and Jaren Jackson Jr. added 18 and 6 blocks, but the Grizzlies are in a clear decline and count their sixth loss in seven games and continue to move away from first place in the Western Conference.

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  • Phoenix Suns

  • Memphis Grizzlies

  • Brooklyn Nets

Source: walla

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