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24 points and a win in Kyrie Irving's debut in Dallas, Boston beat Philadelphia | Israel today


The new star of the Mavericks, who were missing Luka Doncic, led to 104:110 over the Clippers • 99:106 to the Celtics over the biggest rival in the East • Golden State surrendered to Portland 125:122

At the same time as the big game between Washington and Danny Avdia, eight more games were held tonight (between Wednesday and Thursday) in the NBA.

In the spotlight: Kyrie Irving impressed in his debut and also won with Dallas, Boston escaped to Philadelphia, and Golden State surrendered to Portland.

LA Clippers (27:31) - Dallas (26:30) 110:104

Great debut for Kyrie Irving in Dallas.

The center, who managed to conduct only one training session with his new team, took the reins in the absence of Luka Doncic and led to a big and prestigious victory over the Clippers.

Kyrie finished with 24 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds against the team that itself was mentioned as a candidate to take him before he moved to the Mavericks.

Tim Hardaway Jr. added 19 and 6 assists, Reggie Bullock had 18. On the other side, Paul George with 20 points, and Kawhi Leonard with 18 finished a relatively lukewarm game for them.


— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) February 9, 2023

Boston (16:39) - Philadelphia (19:34) 99:106

Fourth victory in five games for the Steelics, this time against the biggest rival in the East, and even though they were missing Jaylen Brown, who was hurt in the face after a collision with Jayson Tatum and had to leave the floor already in the second quarter.

Malcolm Burgdon and Derek White scored 19 each, and Blake Griffin and Grant Williams with 15 each, made up for a poor game by Tatum, who finished with only 12. On the other side, Joel Embiid finished with 28 and James Harden with 26 and 11 Assists.


— Boston Celtics (@celtics) February 9, 2023

Portland (28:27) - Golden State (27:28) 122:125

After two losses, the Blazers came back to smile at the expense of the champion.

Klay Thompson (31) and Jordan Paul (38) did shoot, each of them also scored 7 three-pointers, but Damian Lillard was there on the other side to decide the game.

The Portland star finished with a triple double of 33 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds and alongside him, Jeremy Grant provided a great game of his own with 22.

Dame is good at basketball.

33 PTS |

12 AST |

10 REB

— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) February 9, 2023

The other games:

Cleveland (22:35) - Detroit (42:14) 85:113

Miami (25:30) - Indiana (31:25) 111:116

Toronto (30:26) - San Antonio (41:14) 98:112

Houston (42:13) - Sacramento (23:31) 130:128

Utah (29:27) - Minnesota (28:30) 143:118

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Source: israelhayom

All sports articles on 2023-02-09

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