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Golden State was defeated 137:128 by the Thunder despite Steph's 40 points. Charlotte snapped the Knicks' nine-game winning streak, Embiid scored 39 in Philadelphia's victory in Minnesota

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A cycle of eight games was held tonight (between Tuesday and Wednesday) in the NBA.

In focus was the loss of the Knicks that interrupted their impressive streak, and the loss of Golden State despite Steph Curry's 3-point display.

Tonight's games:

Orlando (39:27) - Milwaukee (18:47) 134:123

Detroit (51:15) - Washington (34:31) 119:117

New York (28:39) - Charlotte (46:21) 112 :105

Minnesota (33:34) - Philadelphia (22:43) 117:94

Houston (50:15) - Brooklyn (28:37) 118:96

Oklahoma City (34:31) - Golden State (32:34) 128 :137

Dallas (32:34) - Utah (35:31) 116:120

LA Lakers (34:31) - Memphis (25:38) Not yet finished

Something just isn't working for the Warriors out there.

Kerry is frustrated (Photo: Reuters)

Oklahoma City (34:31) - Golden State (32:34) 128:137

The Warriors just can't win outside of San Francisco, even when Steph Curry is hot.

The comeback star delivered his best game since returning from injury, scoring 40 points including a season-high 10 3-pointers and also contributing 7 assists, but Golden State did not capitalize on that and suffered a second straight loss, succumbing to 33 points from Shea Gilges Alexander and another game Impressive from the versatile Josh Giddy, who contributed 17, 17 assists and 11 rebounds.

Klay Thompson scored 23 and Draymond Green provided 11 and 11 assists, but this season the trio of stars of the Warriors is not necessarily enough to win.

New York (28:39) - Charlotte (46:21) 112:105

The Knicks' tremendous momentum stopped precisely against a relatively weak opponent, in a comfortable home game on paper.

Going into the break, the Knicks still led by 16 points and seemed on their way to their tenth victory in a row - something they hadn't done for an entire decade - but the Hornets' 2:14 run in the decisive minutes arranged a turnaround, and a surprise.

Gordon Hayward excelled with 23 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, Kelly Oubre scored 27, and on the other hand RJ Barrett took the reins in the absence of Jaylen Bronson and scored 27, but it was not enough.

Julius Randle added 16 on 5-of-17 from the field.

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The surprise of the night.

Obera and Hayward celebrate at Madison Square Garden (Photo: Reuters)

Minnesota (33:34) - Philadelphia (22:43) 117:94

Fourth victory in five games for the Sixers in the impressive road trip, which ended with another show of power by Joel Embiid.

The center scored 22 points in the third quarter on the way to 39 points in the entire game, and to a compliment from Anthony Edwards who said: "He is the MVP".

Philly ran away heading into halftime and took a 28-point lead in the third quarter, with Tyrese Maxey (27 points) and Tobias Harris (10, 14 rebounds and 4 steals) helping Embiid secure the victory, which leaves them only half a game behind second-place Boston in the East.

Edwards scored 32 in the loss, but the Timberwolves suffered a weak team day.

Orlando (39:27) - Milwaukee (18:47) 134:123

18th win in 19 games for the Bucks, despite missing the sick Giannis Antetokounmpo and the slightly injured Jrue Holiday.

The Eastern leader controlled things from the beginning to the end of the game, and did not drop the advantage throughout.

Chris Middleton, who returned to the top five for the first time since returning from injury, scored 24 and distributed 11 assists, Brook Lopez contributed 26 and Javon Carter Hussey 24 of his own.

Franz Wagner with 21 and Paolo Bunkero with 20 did not save the Magic.

Dallas (32:34) - Utah (35:31) 116:120

The pair of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving scored 52 points on the way to victory, with Irving leading the Mavs' run in the last quarter.

Kyrie finished this quarter with 17 of his 33 points, and was helped by 29 and 10 rebounds from his back line partner.

Lauri Markkanen scored 33 for the Jazz and Tylen Horton Tucker added 21, but the Jazz suffered their fourth straight loss.

Irving took over the game in the last quarter.

Kyrie and Doncic (Photo: Reuters)

Houston (50:15) - Brooklyn (28:37) 118:96

Third victory in a row for the Nets, who are starting to connect in their renewed formation.

Mikel Bridges was again above everyone with 30 points, Nick Claxton added 18 and 13 rebounds and that was enough for a comfortable victory against one of the weakest teams in the league.

Jaylen Green with 25 points and Alfern Shannon with 16 and 12 rebounds were the bright spots for the Rockets.

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Source: walla

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