NBA – Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Durant strike hard against Bulls, New York Knicks stop Dallas


The game: RJ Barrett continues and the Knicks calm the Mavericks

Young people have taken power in New York. Especially one of them. After registering 31 points in the previous game, RJ Barrett, 21, put it back on Wednesday night by passing 32 pawns to Dallas. The Knicks won against the Mavericks (108-85) under his leadership, thus ending the series of six consecutive successes of the Texas franchise. Barrett planted two baskets in a row to take an 11-point lead at the end of the first quarter. Same gap at the break. It was his teammate Mitchell Robinson, 23, who took over when Luka Doncic (21 points, 11 rebounds) and his partners wanted to pick up the score. The pivot had his best game of the season, compiling 19 points (9 of 10 on shots) and 10 rebounds. The Knicks have won 4 of their last 5 games and are now back to 50% wins (21-21).

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The player: Kevin Durant and the Nets send a message by dominating the Bulls

Chicago vs. Brooklyn. The first against the second in the East. An expected summit shock and… carnage. The Nets gave the Bulls no chance. A large victory that resonates like a message for the rest of the Conference. With, as usual, a man to take the upper hand over all the others. Kevin Durant did not blow up the counters but he still scored 27 points by converting 7 of his 10 attempts without forcing. He also distributed 9 assists. A performance worthy of an MVP. James Harden was excellent alongside him with 25 points and 16 assists. Kyrie Irving, he remained more discreet (9 points). Without a solution in front of KD, the Bulls were weighed down by their defense by conceding 38 points in the first quarter, 39 in the third and 37 in the fourth. Despite the victory, Durant and his teammates remain second behind Chicago.

The performance: De’Aaron Fox and the Kings bring down the Lakers

LeBron James tried a lot (29 shots) but even the King’s 34 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists could not prevent the Lakers’ second loss in a row. They lost against the Kings (116-125), themselves well led by De’Aaron Fox. The point guard posted 29 points as well as some important baskets in the closing minutes of the game to secure the victory in Sacramento.

The stat: Tatum, Brown and Schröder compile 90 of Boston’s 119 points

The tandem formed by Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown has been running at full speed for a few days. The two young All-Stars respond to criticism of their compatibility by stringing together great performances and, more importantly, victories. The Celtics won their third straight game by beating the Pacers (119-100). But the duo turned into a trio on this meeting. With Dennis Schröder to complete the winning ticket. The three of them have scored 90 of their team’s 119 points. 33 for Tatum, 34 for Brown and 23 for Schröder.

End of series: Hornets stop Sixers despite Embiid

Eighth game in a row with more than 30 points for Joel Embiid (31 points) but… no eighth victory. The Sixers’ streak ended with the loss to the Hornets on Wednesday night (98-109). Charlotte’s first victory against Philadelphia since November 2016! The Hornets had 16 losses in a row against the Sixers. Gordon Hayward scored 30 points and the North Carolina franchise notched its fourth straight victory in the process.

The French: Evan Fournier in his role

Evan Fournier contributed to the Knicks’ victory by registering 13 points in addition to his 5 rebounds against the Mavericks. 4 points and 3 assists in 13 minutes for Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot. Frank Ntilikina entered for a minute, the time to score a basket.

The image: Tyler Herro can also put big cons

Nothing to do with the extraordinary relaxation of Ja Morant but Tyler Herro went up the field to block the Hawks’ alley-oop attempt in style.

The results of the night in the NBA

Pacers – Celtics: 100-119
Sixers – Hornets: 98-109
Wizards – Magic: 112-106
Hawks – Heat: 91-115
Knicks – Mavericks: 108-85
Spurs – Rockets: 124-128
Jazz – Cavaliers: 91-111
Bulls – Nets: 112-138
Kings – Lakers: 125-116

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