The Nuggets remain on the podium, thanks to Bones Hyland

There’s little time to digest this damned Mont d’Or we’ve got to settle for. At 9:30 p.m. for the start of the games, it’s halftime with the Nicks, and seven hours later, one phrase stands out above all others: “the good old days.” Why? Because tonight, we saw performances from the Splash Brothers, Kings, Ben Simmons and Anthony Davis, among others. Old fashioned, we tell you.



  • The Knicks are halved against the Suns, RJ Barrett is still on the grind and Evan Fournier is still on his make-believe.
  • Heroes of the evening on the sunny side? Cameron Payne and Bismack Biyombo. The first one is very good and the second one makes us laugh.
  • The Wizards continue on their merry way in the TTFL despite a nice blow from Kristaps Porzingis.
  • Seventh straight win for the Kings, Fox / Sabonis / Barnes trio at the top, Kevin Huerter still useful, we don’t know what else to say other than the NBA Finals.
  • The Grizzlies were without 72 of their best players and therefore lost to the Nets.
  • In turn, the Nets, who can count on Kevin Durant, I don’t know, Ben Simmons, who has been in great shape since his return… Kyrie Irving, hey, are you there?
  • The Cavs beat the Heat easily. Miami doesn’t have Butler, which is life-changing, and two, four more wins for Cleveland and we’re pulling the TrashTalk Apéro.
  • Stephen Curry was unstoppable in Houston…and Klay Thompson reminded us he exists. 41 pawns for the back, 33 for Cook, but huge for the young Rockets (Tari Eason, me gusta) who offer nothing to Golden State.
  • A Nuggets win in Dallas, and without Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray, this Michael Porter Jr. Bones Hyland playing darons in an attack with 29 pawns.
  • DeAndre Jordan had 17 rebounds, ok, can he retire now?
  • Anthony Davis whipped the Spurs and the Spurs are doing very well.

TOP PICK in TTFL: Stephen Curry

TOP 10: here



Western rating November 21, 2022


  • 1:00: Cavs-Hawks
  • 1:00: Pacers – Magic
  • 2 p.m.: Bulls-Celtics
  • 2:00: Bucks-Blazers
  • 2:00 p.m.: Wolves – Heat
  • 2:00 p.m.: Pels v Warriors
  • 2:00: Thunder – Knicks
  • 4:30: Clippers – Jazz

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