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The Finn pulled down 10 rebounds and scored from the line in overtime against OKC, Tatum led the Celtics 138:142 in Indiana, the Lakers beat the champion and Denver, Dallas and the Sixers also celebrated

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Tonight (between Thursday and Friday) the NBA league returned from the All-Star break with nine games, which provided quite a bit of drama, and as usual - also great individual performances.

Tonight's results:

Cleveland (24:38) - Denver (18:42) 115:109

Indiana (35:26) - Boston (17:43) 142:138 (after overtime)

Orlando (35:25) - Detroit (45: 15) 106:108

Philadelphia (19:39) - Memphis (23:35) 105:110

Toronto (31:29) - New Orleans (30:30) 110:115

Dallas (29:31) - San Antonio (46: 14) 116:142

Utah (31:30) - Oklahoma (30:28) 119:120 (after overtime)


Lakers (32:28) - Golden State (30:29) 111:124

Sacramento (25:33) - Portland (31:28) 116:133

Tatum decided in overtime and Boston survived the drama (Photo: GettyImages, Dylan Buell)

Cleveland (24:38) - Denver (18:42) 115:109

Nikola Jokic recorded his 13th triple-double in the last 16 games and his 22nd overall this season.

The Nuggets are perfect every game it happens to be, and tonight was no different as they recorded their fourth straight win.

The great Serbian center had 24 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists, Michael Porter Jr. led the scoring with 25. Evan Mobley scored 31 and pulled down 9 rebounds which were not enough for the Cubs to prevent a second consecutive loss, Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland contributed 22 points each.

Indiana (35:26) - Boston (17:43) 142:138 (after overtime)

The scoreboard showed a 138-138 tie with 56 seconds left in overtime, but Jayson Tatum scored the game's final 4 points and finished with 31 total, along with 12 rebounds and 7 assists, to spoil a career-high night for Myles Turner.

The Indiana big man matched his personal best with 40 points, hit a career-high 8 threes and also pulled down 10 rebounds, but the Pacers suffered their sixth loss in seven games.

Jaylen Brown also excelled with 30 points and 11 rebounds, Malcolm Brogdon contributed 24 and 7 assists from the bench.

Orlando (35:25) - Detroit (45:15) 106:108

The battle between the two stragglers from the East ended with a winning basket on the buzzer by Wendell Carter Jr., who corrected Paulo Bancro's foul and sent the Pistons to count three consecutive losses.

Franz Wagner led the Magic with 21 points, Carter Jr. added 14 and 14 rebounds.

25 points from Jayden Ivey were not enough for the guest.

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Philadelphia (7:39 p.m.) - Memphis (11:35 p.m.) 105:110

Memphis held a record lead of 17 points and was up 12 in the third quarter, but the Sixers recorded a comeback that was completed when Joel Embiid made it 100:100 with three minutes to go, ending with a three-pointer Tobias Harris set up a late turnover with 39 seconds left en route to Philly's fifth straight victory.

James Harden led the scorers of the host with 31 points along with 7 rebounds and 7 assists, Embiid forgot the fact that he was playing sick, with a tremendous statistical line of 27 points, 19 rebounds, 6 assists and 6 blocks, and Harris finished with 20 points.

Desmond Bain stood out in Memphis with 25, Ja Morant settled for only 15.

Toronto (31:29) - New Orleans (30:30) 110:115

Without Fred VanVleet, who was ruled out for personal reasons near the start of the game, the Raptors won their sixth in seven games thanks to 26 points from Pascal Siakam and 21 from Jacob Flatel, the latter adding a career-high 18 rebounds.

Brandon Ingram's 36 and CJ McCollum's 23 didn't help the Pelicans, who chased for most of the game and only minimized damage towards the end.

Dallas (29:31) - San Antonio (46:14) 116:142

The return from the All-Star break gave Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving an invitational opponent to record their first joint victory since the latter joined the Mavericks, who provided their best shooting night of the season in terms of Amount of points and percentages outside the arc.

The Slovenian scored 28, grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out 7 assists, his linemate helped with 23 points and Dallas shot 22 times for 3 for 52%, which led to the extension of the longest losing streak in Spurs history to 15 overall, and 20 in the last 21 games .

Malachi Burnham scored 23 for San Antonio.

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Lauri Markkanen (Photo: Reuters)

Utah (31:30) - Oklahoma (30:28) 119:120 (at the end of overtime)

Lauri Markkanen scored 18 points in the last quarter, with 4.6 seconds to go. Walker Kessler forced overtime, in which Pinney hit twice from the free throw line with 4.6 seconds left in the game. , on his way to completing a super show of 43 points and 10 rebounds - which gave the Jazz a dramatic home victory.

The Thunder, whose only deficit after the break came when Markkanen converted from the line, were unable to come out on top.

Jordan Clarkson played second fiddle in Utah with 24 points, and Shea Giljos Alexander starred in Oklahoma City with 39, 8 rebounds and 7 assists.


Lakers (32:28) - Golden State (30:29) 111:124

After hurting his hand in the All-Star Game, LeBron James suffered a poor shooting night that ended with 13 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, and Anthony Davis was also mediocre with 12 points and 12 rebounds, but that didn't stop the Lakers from beating the champion who was obviously missing Steph The injured Kerry.

Malik Beasley's 25 points and Austin Reaves' 17 were the main reasons for that.

Klay Thompson scored 22 for the Warriors, who have lost four of the last five games and tonight returned to a negative balance.

Sacramento (25:33) - Portland (31:28) 116:133

6:22 The Blazers had the advantage after just a few minutes, but the Kings were not scared and came back all the way to victory thanks to 31 points from Dearon Fox and the seventh triple-double of the season Domantas Sabonis, who provided 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists.

Nasir Little scored 26 and Cam Radish added 24 for Portland.

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Source: walla

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