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The Sixers' star turned a 21-point deficit against Portland into 119:120 with a second to go, Denver surrendered for the first time this season in the game in which the Serbian triple-doubled, the Lakers won

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Six NBA games were played tonight (between Friday and Saturday), including Washington's meeting with Atlanta.

Tonight's games:

Washington (36:31) - Atlanta (33:34) 114:107

Philadelphia (22:44) - Portland (36:31) 119:120

Miami (32:36) - Cleveland (27:42) 115: 119

Minnesota (34:34) - Brooklyn (29:38) 124:123 (after overtime)

San Antonio (49:17) - Denver (21:46) 120:128


Lakers (34:33) - Toronto (36:32) 112:122

A huge comeback, a dramatic victory.

Embiid celebrates in front of Lillard (Photo: Reuters)

Philadelphia (22:44) - Portland (36:31) 119:120

Even a 21 deficit towards the end of the first half did not scare Joel Embiid and Philadelphia, who recorded a huge comeback on the way to a fourth consecutive victory.

The Blazers celebrated the return game of Anferni Simmons from injury, but the Sixers gradually cut back and a 0:10 run established a 114:114 tie with less than three minutes remaining.

Yussuf Nurkic gave the guest a 3-point lead with 46 seconds remaining with a basket and a foul, Tyrese Maxey dribbled from the line, and after Damian Lillard lost a ball, Joel Embiid scored the winning basket with 1.1 seconds remaining.

The center finished with 39 points and 7 rebounds, James Harden came close to a triple double with 19 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.

Anferny Simmons with 34 on the losing side, 22 and 11 assists for Lillard.

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This is not how he expected the streak to end.

Jokic (Photo: Reuters)

San Antonio (49:17) - Denver (21:46) 120:128

After 25 wins, Denver surrendered for the first time this season in a game where Nikola Jokic recorded a triple double.

The leader of the West led by double digits in the first quarter and was on the way to an expected victory in the battle of the edges, but the Spurs surprised and held on in the clutch.

Keldon Johnson stood out with 23, a great statistical line of 37 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists was not enough for the Serbian MVP.

The Lakers won despite his poor play.

Davis in front of VanVillet (Photo: GettyImages, Ronald Martinez)


Lakers (34:33) - Toronto (36:32) 112:122

The Lakers continue to prove they can do without the injured LeBron James with their fourth win in the last five games, and this time they also showed the ability to win on a weak night for Anthony Davis.

The host got into trouble and fell behind by two digits in the third quarter after the 5:27 run by the Canadians, but became on the way to victory thanks to DeAngelo Russell and Dennis Schroeder.

The coordinators led with 28 and 23 points respectively, 32 by Scotty Barnes and 31 by OG Anonovi were not enough on the other hand.

The Lakers are now in ninth place in the Western Conference, just one game behind sixth place.

A dramatic win for the Nets.

Bridges (Photo: Reuters)

Minnesota (34:34) - Brooklyn (29:38) 124:123 (after overtime)

The Nets continue to rack up wins even on the day after Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, and have established themselves in sixth place in the Eastern Conference with their fourth win in five games.

Mykal Bridges, who came in a trade with Phoenix, made the free throw 111:114 with a second to go after an Anthony Edwards layup, but Naz Reed's 3-pointer at the buzzer sent the game to overtime.

Spencer Dinwoody started the overtime well, Edwards made it 118:121, but three-pointers by Bridges and Dorian Finney Smith gave the Nets a 121:124 lead.

The Wolves had a chance to decide after Cam Johnson missed a three-pointer, but Mike Connelly missed and the visitor came away with the narrow victory.

Bridges continued the great ability since arriving in Brooklyn with 34 points, Dinwiddie with a double-double of 29 and 11 assists.

Edwards led the loser with 32 points, a double-double of 26 points and 13 rebounds for Rudy Gober.

Miami (32:36) - Cleveland (27:42) 115:119

The teams met in South Beach for the second time this week, but this time it was the hosts who came out on top.

Jimmy Butler shined with 33 points and scored a huge basket 18 seconds to the buzzer that determined 112:115, Donovan Mitchell intentionally missed from the free throw near the end but the Cubs did not take control of the rebound and Butler closed the story from the line on the other side.

The Heat led by Butler with a great fourth quarter of 26:37, Mitchell's 42 were not enough for the guest.

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Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-03-11

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