the Warriors beat the Bulls and… wow… the Grizzlies lost a basketball game!

Little quiet night that ends, without huge madness but not without some lessons to be learned. Among them the Suns / Warriors duo which does not slow down, the Grizzlies which know their first defeat since Christmas, the Bulls which return a little in the hard and Marvin Bagley III which finally found a defibrillator. Come on, send the big summary, and sleep in, and only one of those statements is true.

# The results of the night

# What you must remember

  • The Suns confirmed their first place in the League by easily dominating the Pacers thanks in particular to a huge Deandre Ayton in the first half and a huge Devin Booker.
  • Lance Stephenson played guitar.
  • After beating the Bucks twice then the Sixers, nothing more logical for the Hornets to lose against the terrible Magic which remained on a series of ten consecutive defeats.
  • The heroes of the evening for Orlando? Moritz Wagner and Franz Wagner, who played assassination in Charlotte.
  • LaMelo Ball provided about 80% of the night’s highlights.
  • Jalen Suggs has made his return, but it will be a little late for ROY’s trophy.
  • The Pistons confirmed their current fine form against the Raptors who did not confirm their current fine form.
  • Joel Embiid did not make his usual carnage against Boston (25/13/6 all the same) but the Sixers nevertheless easily dominated the C’s thanks in particular to a huge rouste inflicted in the first quarter.
  • New pants for the Bulls, against the Warriors this time, but we are especially awaiting news from Zach LaVine, injured and released after a minute of play.
  • For the Warriors it was Kuminga Day, and the rookie broke his career high with 25 points at 400% shooting.
  • The Heat continue to unwind, Max Strus sparkled early in the game, Omer Yurtseven is preparing to give up his super-sub spot to Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro remains the best super-sub in the League. You. Do. Well.
  • The Hawks are slowly sinking into crisis. Go hop, hundred bullets on the departure of Nate McMillan before the end of the month.
  • Darius Garland and Jarrett Allen handled Dejounte Murray and Dejounte Murray manly.
  • Darius Garland, who has also equaled his career high in scoring, two days after beating his career high in passing and landing his first career triple-double. He wants his All-Star Game the pelo, he wants it.
  • De’Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley III feasted against Houston, a sentence that may be stored in the radius of memories in a few days, hashtag trade deadline.
  • Luka Doncic heated up in the second half, he slammed his fortieth career triple-double and the Mavs beat the Grizzlies.
  • First defeat of Memphis since December 24, it was a bit dated.

# Some memories of the night

# The Top 10 of the night

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# The TTFL scores of the night

# Classification

ranking January 15, 2022

# Tonight’s program

  • 12:30 a.m.: Bucks – Raptors
  • 1 a.m.: Wizards-Blazers
  • 1h30: Hawks – Knicks
  • 1h30: Nets – Pelicans
  • 2 a.m.: Heat – Sixers
  • 2 a.m.: Thunder – Cavs
  • 2:30 am: Celtics – Bulls
  • 2h30: Spurs – Clippers
  • 3 a.m.: Nuggets – Lakers
  • 3:30 am: Mavericks – Magic

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