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42 points and 12 three-pointers for Klay Thompson, 8 consecutive victory for Milwaukee - voila! sport

2023-02-07T06:01:50.475Z


The shooting guard mentioned oblivion and led the Warriors to 114:141 over the Thunder. Impressive 108:127 for the Bucks in Portland, the Clippers overcame Cam Thomas' 47 points


Seven NBA games took place tonight (between Monday and Tuesday), not including Washington's loss to Cleveland.

The focus was Klay Thompson's performance against Oklahoma City, and Milwaukee's eighth consecutive win over Portland.



Tonight's games:



Detroit (41:14) - Boston (16:38) 111:99


Washington (29:24) - Cleveland (22:34) 114:91


Chicago (27:26) - San Antonio (40:14) 104 :128


Brooklyn (21:32) - LA Clippers (26:31) 124:116


Houston (41:13) - Sacramento (23:30) 140:120


Utah (28:27) - Dallas (26:29) 124:111


Golden State (26:28) - Oklahoma City (28:25) 114:141


Portland (28:26) - Milwaukee (17:37) 127:108



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Klay Thompson celebrates (Photo: Reuters)

Golden State (26:28) - Oklahoma City (28:25) 114:141



Steph Curry's prolonged absence requires Klay Thompson to take a step forward, and tonight is exactly what he did.

The gifted sniper mentioned oblivion as he does from time to time this season, when he scored 42 points including 12 three-pointers (season record), all in 33 minutes.

Clay's shooting show along with 21 points from Jordan Paul and 18 from Andrew Wiggins was enough for the Thunder to escape in the third quarter and achieve a second consecutive victory that places them in seventh place in the crowded West.

Shea Gilges Alexander was the Thunder's bright spot as usual, with 20 points.



Portland (28:26) - Milwaukee (17:37) 127:108



Eighth victory in a row for the Bucks, and probably the most impressive of all in this streak.

Giannis Antetokounmpo and his teammates showed dominance from the first moment against the hot Damian Lillard, went into the break with a double-digit lead and secured the victory already in the third quarter with another press on the pedal that turned the last quarter into garbage time.

Giannis did everything and finished with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists, Brook Lopez had 27 and 9 rebounds and Jaro Holiday contributed 20 and 8 assists.

On the other hand, Lillard finished with 28 but scored only 7 field baskets.

Anferny Simmons added 21.



Detroit (41:14) - Boston (16:38) 111:99



Third win in four games for the Eastern Conference leader, who recovered from the loss to Phoenix.

Jayson Tatum recovered after a lukewarm start to the game and finished with 34 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists, making up for the absence of the sick Jaylen Brown.

Derek White added 23, while Bojan Bogdanovic's 21 and Killian Hayes' 17 and 9 assists did not prevent Detroit from an eighth loss in 10 games.

Demonstrating power.

Yanis (Photo: Reuters)

Brooklyn (21:32) - L.A. Clippers (26:31) 124:116



Eighth win in 10 games for the improving Clippers, who survived another offensive explosion by Cam Thomas, who is emerging as a doppelgänger scorer since the trade that sent Kyrie Irving out of Brooklyn.

Thomas, who scored 44 points against Washington yesterday, reached 47 this time, but Paul George (29) and Kawhi Leonard (24) made sure in the last minutes that this would not prevent the Clippers from getting the victory.

Ivica Zubac added 19 and 12 rebounds to the winner, on the other side Nick Claxton had 15 points and 15 rebounds.

The Nets, with a second loss in the last three games, are waiting for the comeback of Kevin Durant and the addition of Spencer Dinwiddie and Dorian Finney Smith.



Utah (28:27) - Dallas (26:29) 124:111



Earlier tonight, Dallas officially announced the trade for Kyrie Irving, and then recorded a nice win without Luka Doncic (and without Kyrie, of course).

An impressive last quarter of 26:35 helped the Mavs get the victory, in a game where Josh Green and Jordan Hardy showed their scoring abilities and finished with 29 points each.

Jordan Clarkson scored 26 on the other end, but Utah suffered its second straight loss, and third in five games.



Houston (41:13) - Sacramento (23:30) 140:120



The Kings continue to be the pleasant surprise of the season, and Keegan Murray continues to emerge as the surprising rookie.

The guard, who was selected fourth in the draft, set a season-high 30 points and a club record as the first Kings rookie to hit 8 3-pointers in a game, helping the team recover from two straight losses.

Malik Monk with 20 and Domantas Sabonis with 17, 10 assists and 7 rebounds helped, while on the other hand Jaylen Green scored 27 for Houston who suffered a third loss in a row.

Signals to Kyrie and Doncic.

Josh Green (Photo: Reuters)

Chicago (27:26) - San Antonio (40:14) 104:128



Fourth win in five games for the Bulls, including three in a row.

This time the key was the output of the forward line players, who may very well find themselves in another team after the trade deadline.

Nikola Vucevic finished with 22 points and 12 rebounds, Andre Drummond set a season high of 21 points along with 15 rebounds, and that was enough to overcome the weak Spurs, who suffered a sixth straight loss.

Caldon Johnson was once again the bright spot for San Antonio with 21 points.

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  • Golden State Warriors

  • Milwaukee Bucks

  • Portland Blazers

  • Brooklyn Nets

  • Los Angeles Clippers

  • Boston Celtics

Source: walla

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