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Dallas lost the first game of Doncic and Irving, the Lakers won without LeBron - voila! sport

2023-02-12T06:33:54.895Z


The MVP's 30, 16 and 10 swept lackluster Denver to victory, Embiid's 37 and 13 spoiled Bridges' debut in Brooklyn, Schroeder and Russell subdued Golden State


Ben Sharaf scores 32 points in the National League (from YouTube)

Besides Washington's victory over Indiana, eight more NBA games were played tonight (between Saturday and Sunday).

The focus was on the victory of the LeBron James-less Lakers over Golden State, and Dallas' loss to Sacramento in the first game of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving together.

Denver and Philadelphia went on to win with more plays from Nikola Jokic and Joel Embiid.



Tonight's games:



Brooklyn (23:33) - Philadelphia (19:36) 101:98


Charlotte (43:15) - Denver (18:39) 119:105


Orlando (34:23) - Miami (25:32) 107: 103 (after overtime)


Washington (29:26) - Indiana (33:25) 113:127


Atlanta (28:29) - San Antonio (43:14) 106:125


New York (27:31) - Utah (30: 28) 120:126


Cleveland (22:37) - Chicago (30:26) 89:97


Golden State (28:28) - LA Lakers (31:26) 109:103


Sacramento (24:32) - Dallas ( 27:31) 128:133

55 points, and a loss.

Doncic and Irving (Photo: Reuters)

Sacramento (24:32) - Dallas (27:31) 128:133



Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving teamed up for the first time, scored 55 points together and showed quite a few sparks, but eventually gave up after overtime and the Mavs' winning streak was interrupted after three such

Both gave up the game-winning shot to Reggie Bullock in regulation time with 12 seconds left on the clock.

In the time remaining, Dearon Fox also missed and sent both teams to overtime, but there he already took control of the business with 12 points in overtime and decided the game.

Irving finished with 28, 7 and 7, Doncic had 27, 9 rebounds and 5 assists and Josh Green continued to stand out with 23, but it was not enough 36 from Fox and 22 and 14 rebounds from Domantas Sabonis.



New York (27:31) - Utah (30:28) 120:126



Third win in four games for the Knicks, who enjoyed an excellent game from Jaylen Bronson (38 points) and Julius Randle (31) and received a nice output from Josh Hart (11, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals) in his debut in Madison Square Garden.

Lauri Markkanen scored 29 and Jordan Clarkson 24, but the Jazz are on the opposite trend from the Knicks, counting four losses in five games.



Cleveland (22:37) - Chicago (30:26) 89:97



A strong last quarter by the Cubs, led by Donovan Mitchell, gave them a victory.

Mitchell, who stunned with 71 points in the previous meeting between the two in Cleveland, finished with 29 points - 19 of them in the second half, and received assistance from Jarrett Allen (23 and 10 rebounds).

Zach LaVine scored 23 for the Bulls, who suffered their third straight loss.

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Unstoppable.

Jokic (Photo: Reuters)

Golden State (28:28) - L.A. Lakers (31:26) 109:103



The injured LeBron James was absent and the Lakers were afraid of a fourth consecutive loss that would have pushed them further away from the playoffs, but the newcomers helped to achieve a very important victory.

DeAngelo Russell who made a re-debut in the yellow-purple uniform stood out with 15 points - 5 of them in a critical minute towards the end - and added 6 assists and 5 rebounds.

Roy Hachimura chipped in with 16 and 7 rebounds, and Anthony Davis had a double-double of 13 and 16 rebounds despite having a bad shooting day going 5-for-19 from the field.

The Warriors received 29 points from Jordan Paul, Klay Thompson added 15 and Draymond Green finished with 12, 10 assists and 7 rebounds, but the disadvantage of Steph Curry's injury was again felt, and again decisive.



Charlotte (43:15) - Denver (18:39) 119:105



Without Jamal Murray and Aaron Gordon, Nikola Jokic knew he had to pick up his already impressive numbers.

It ended with triple number 20 of the season, which included 30 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists and maintained Denver's lead at the top of the Western Conference.

Kantebius Caldwell Pope added 15, while for the weak Hornets, PJ Washington stood out with 22 and Gordon Hayward with 21.



Brooklyn (23:33) - Philadelphia (19:36) 101:98



Mikel Bridges made a successful debut in his new team, Led the scoring list of the Nets with 23 points, but also missed a crucial shot with two seconds left, and saw the Sixers complete a double victory over Brooklyn in a day.

Philly got another performance from Joel Embiid who finished with 37 points and 13 rebounds, and also enjoyed a good game from James Harden who added 29 against the former.

Joe Harris added 18 for the loss.

An important victory for the Lakers.

Roy Hachimura and Austin Reeves (Photo: Reuters)

Orlando (34:23) - Miami (25:32) 107:103 (after overtime)



Another narrow victory for the Heat, who again received a clutch performance from Jimmy Butler.

The small forward who scored a game-winning dunk less than 24 hours ago, this time scored a decisive basket in money time and helped Miami mark V on the Florida derby.

Butler finished with 22 points, one less than Tyler Hero and two more than Gabe Vincent.

Markel Foltz with 17 and Paolo Bunkero with 16 and 13 rebounds stood out for the Magic.



Atlanta (28:29) - San Antonio (43:14) 106:125



Fourth win in the last six games for the Hawks, who had no trouble defeating the weak opponent.

Terry Young scored 24 and dished out a season-high 17 assists, DeAndre Hunter added 24 of his own and it was enough to snap the Spurs' 12th straight loss - their worst streak since 1989. Caledon Johnson scored 25 for San Antonio.

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