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Mitchell scored 40, the Cubs celebrated with 114:118 and are 0:7 in overtime this season. 42 points for Center Philly in 143:147, 20 ass for Harden. Miami and Denver also won

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Six NBA games were played tonight (between Monday and Tuesday) in the best league in the world.

Tonight's games:

Cleveland (26:41) - Boston (21:45) 114:118

Indiana (37:29) - Philadelphia (22:42) 147:143

Detroit (50:15) - Portland (34:31) 110: 104

Miami (31:35) - Atlanta (33:32) 128:130

Denver (19:46) - Toronto (34:32) 113:118

Sacramento (26:37) - New Orleans (33:31)


Embiid (Photo: Reuters)

Cleveland (26:41) - Boston (21:45) 114:118

Five days after the loss in Boston, the Cubs took revenge and now stand at a perfect record of 0:7 this season after overtime - something that cannot be said about the Celtics, who recorded their second loss in 24 Hours after overtime, without Jayson Tatum.

Cleveland trailed by 14 in the final quarter, but substitute Lamar Stevens came off the bench to change the game.

The wonderful Donovan Mitchell equalized to 109:109, five seconds before the end of legal time, and on the other hand, Grant Williams missed twice from the line.

In overtime, Mitchell (40 points and 11 rebounds) and Darius Garland (17 and 12 assists) made sure to close the deal.

Evan Mobley added 25 and 17 rebounds.

Jaylen Brown finished with 32, 13 rebounds and 9 assists for the Celtics, who also received 24 from Malcolm Brogdon.

Indiana (37:29) - Philadelphia (22:42) 147:143

At times it was reminiscent of the All-Star game, with high percentages and no defenses.

In the end, the Sixers' sheer firepower overcame this tight matchup, and the Pacers are now two games out of 10th place in the East.

Joel Embiid was unstoppable with 42 points (11 of 16 from the field, 19 of 19 from the free throw), James Harden added 14 points, 9 rebounds and 20 assists.

On the other hand, Tyrese Halliburton's 40 and 16 assists did not save the host.

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Denver (19:46) - Toronto (34:32) 113:118

The Nuggets took another step towards securing first place in the West, with a fourth consecutive victory.

The guest actually opened a double-digit advantage in the second quarter and led even when entering the last quarter, but Nikola Jokic (17 points, 13 rebounds and 9 assists) and his friends made sure to turn it around.

Jamal Murray led the way with 24 points, Michael Porter Jr. added 20. Fred VanVleet scored 21 for the erratic Raptors.

Miami (31:35) - Atlanta (33:32) 128:130

A very important game between the 7th and 8th ranked in the East, and at the end of it, the Heat increased the gap from the Hawks to 2.5 games (including 1:3 in the direct meetings, in the case of a tiebreaker), perhaps on the way to achieving the sixth Brooklyn.

The league's comeback queen once again came back from a deficit of 15 points or more, for the fourth time this season, and again survived a thriller.

Jimmy Butler led the way with 26 points, but it was the Miami bench that set the tone with no less than 58 points, including 22 from Victor Oladipo and 21 from Caleb Martin.

On the other hand, Kevin Snyder continues to struggle in his new role.

Trae Young led with 25 points, Dejonta Murray contributed 23.

  • sport

  • NBA


  • Boston Celtics

  • Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Philadelphia Sixers

  • Denver Nuggets

  • Miami Heat

  • Atlanta Hawks

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-03-07

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