Dinwiddie kills Brooklyn at buzzer, Lakers keep slipping

The results of the night in the NBA

Hawks @ Hornets : 106-116
Sixers @ Cavs: 118-114
Nuggets @ Wizards: 127-109
mavs @ Nets: 113-111
Blazers @ Knicks : 98-128
Suns @Rockets: 129-112
Lakers@ wolves : 104-124
Thunder @ Spurs : 120-122
Bulls @ Jazz : 110-125
Celtics @Warriors: 110-88
bucks @Kings: 135-126
Raptors @ Clippers: 103-100

Mook REVERSE #9: The 2003 Revolution

– Ah the famous blow of the player who crucifies his former team at the buzzer! Spencer Dinwiddie killed the Nets on a 3-point shot at the buzzer, when it was thought that Kevin Durant had given victory to his family 10 seconds earlier in the same register.

The Mavs point guard is living a daydream after his chaotic time in Washington and did not fail to transform the ammunition offered to him Luka Doncic (37 pts, 9 rebounds, 9 wt). Two days earlier, Dinwiddie had air-conditioned Boston’s TD Garden 9 seconds from the end, already on an assist from the Slovenian. There, it is the Barclays Center, where Kyrie Irving was again forced to remain a spectator, who took a cold shower.

– The Wolves pushed the Lakers down a little more, in a match where the latter again took incomprehensible gusts by being led by 24 points, before returning to 4 points in the 4th quarter. Karl Anthony Towns scored 16 of his 30 points in the 4th quarter to calm the storm, Anthony Edwards adding 27 points to the equation.

LeBron James (19 pts) starts to stick out the tongue and the Lakers can start to take a little fear in the standings.

– The Spurs, 11th, are indeed only two victories behind Los Angeles thanks to their victory against OKC. This is lonnie walker who delivered San Antonio on a 3-point shot with 1.8 seconds remaining, after the Texans squandered a 16-point lead.

Theo Maledon (8 points, 8 assists, 4 rebounds and 2 steals in 25 minutes) and Olivier Sarr (8 pts, 1 rebound at 3/3 in 18 minutes) came off the bench this time and showed themselves to their advantage.

– The Sixers whipped to overcome the Cavs, who were still leading by one point with less than 4 minutes remaining in the game. Joel Embiid raised the tone (35 points, 17 rebounds) with some important baskets in the money time to restart the machine after two defeats in three games against Brooklyn and Denver.

– The Cameroonian’s No. 1 competitor in the race for the MVP, Nikola Jokic, only needed 26 minutes to mark the match against the Wizards with his mark. Denver continued on its good momentum (7 wins in 10 games) by dominating Washington with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists from the Joker, who was able to quietly breathe with the rest of the executives once the gap widened.

– With Dallas’ victory in Brooklyn, Utah had to win at home against Chicago to retain 4th place. It’s done thanks in particular to the huge 3rd quarter of Donovan Mitchell (25 of his 37 pts over this period), to 26 points from Jordan Clarkson and to the double-double of the families of Rudy Gobertdominant in the paint (14 pts, 20 rbds, 4 blks).

– The Hornets, who are doing much better in recent days, have allowed themselves to jump the Hawks by beating them at home. Charlotte regained 9th place from Atlanta by negotiating the end of the game better. LaMelo Ball (22 pts, 11 pds, 8 rebounds) and P. J. Washington (13 of his 16 pts in the 4th quarter) were precious. This is the third victory in a row for James Borrego’s men, who at the same time stop the similar series of the Hawks.

– The Knicks did not go into detail and stuck +30 to the freewheeling Blazers. RJ Barrett was the hardest-hitting New Yorker with 31 points scored. Evan Fournier was able to appease his frustration with the choice of the place where the 1st round of the 2024 Olympics will take place: 14 points and 6 assists at 50% for the Frenchman.

Basketball in a hall at the Paris Olympics, the organizers really don’t care about the world

– Phoenix accelerated in the second half to win well on the Houston floor. The best NBA team of this regular season relied on Devin Booker (36 points), decidedly very good income from the Covid, but also Mikal Bridges (26 pts), Deandre Ayton (23 pts, 11 rebounds) and Torrey Craig (21 pts, 14 rebounds).

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