Batum clutch, Splash Brothers take care of Boston

The results of the night in the NBA

Spurs @ Heat: 115-111
net @ Pacers: 136-133
Clippers @Wizards: 114-107
Lightning @ Cavs : 102-110
mavs@ Bulls : 115-144
Celtics @ Warriors : 107-123
Jazz @ nuggets : 110-123
monsters @ Blazers : 118-123

Podcast #67: Should We Believe in the Phoenix Suns?

Nikolay Batum He’s making a habit of being clutch for the Clippers, whether it’s on defensive moves or cutting ties in the money. When the Clippers moved to the Wizards, the comeback was celebrated John Wall In Washington, the captain of the French team scored 3 points 23 seconds after the end of this hung match.

Los Angeles hasn’t recovered and could very well settle for a road win. Paul George (36 points) and Kawhi Leonard (13 pts, 8 rbds, 6 pds) in a basketball uniform.

– The Warriors were supposed to get back on the road after this weekend’s game against Utah. What could be better than a remake of the 2022 NBA Finals? Golden State pulled off one of its most satisfying wins of the season, dominating Boston quite clearly, especially thanks to a vintage combo performance from the Splash Brothers. Stephen Curry (32pts, 7pts, 6rbds) and Clay Thompson (34 points) helped lead the Dubs to success against the best team in the NBA this season in the absence of Andrew Wiggins.

– The Nets had a small win at the Pacers: Jacque Von won while resting Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Seth Curry, Nic Claxton and Joe Harris. Indiana probably thought they were going to win quietly, and probably should have. Tyrese Haliburtonstill big (35 points, 9 assists) and his team led 3 and a half quarters earlier. Cam Thomas and Patty Mills Don’t endorse KD and Kyrie nose.

Cam Thomas, who has been clamoring for more opportunities since the beginning of the season, scored an NBA record 33 points, while Patty Mills added 24 points in an Australian jersey. This very good finish allows Brooklyn to confirm their third win in a row and 6th in 7 matches.

– Dallas without Luka Doncic, it’s… complicated. The Mavs took a bath in Chicago as the league’s leading scorer scrambled to heal his hamstring. DeMar DeRozan (28 points), Nikola Vucevic (20 points) and Ayo Dosunmu (17 points) took it upon themselves to make the difference, shooting 63.5% for the Bulls, which has never happened to them this season.

– After a remake of the 2022, 2013 and 2014 Finals, San Antonio cruised to a stunning victory in Miami to mark the 26th anniversary of Gregg Popovich’s first game on the franchise bench. With a more efficient bench (47-20), a better rebounding job (46-32) and a chance to see Tyler Herro and Caleb Martin After dropping two three-pointers for the one-and-done victory, the Spurs recorded their second straight win as Miami continued to be inconsistent and miss opportunities.

– Even without Donovan Mitchell, who still blocked with his foot, the Cavs had a quiet win at home against OKC. Cleveland is the best team in the league at home (12-2) and has proven it by consistently leading the scoreboard. Caris LeVert (22 points) and a double Evan Mobley (21 points, 12 rebounds) – Jarrett Allen (21 points, 11 rebounds) especially.

– The Jazz put up another great fight against their opponent, but it wasn’t enough to take down Denver. The Nuggets are starting to find their Jokic-Murray tandem at full strength, like tonight, when the two partners in crime, pick-and-roll co-conspirators, both hit the 30-point mark. True to Jamal Murray and… with his 80th career triple-double Nikola Jokic. The two-time MVP had 31 points, 14 assists, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks in 35 minutes.

Further proof of Joker’s incredible level this season, he is only the second player to have at least 30 points, 14 assists, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks in an NBA game after blocks are counted (49 years included). Other? LeBron James 2010.

Despite missing four of the top six scorers on the Will Hardy-coached team, we still had to contend with Utah.

– Portland rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit to topple Minnesota, thanks in part to a doubleheader Damian Lillard (36 points, 8 weights) – Anfernee Simons (31 points). Rudy Gobert and his team, still without KAT, shot 54% but didn’t have enough resources to hold off the Blazers’ finish.

Rudy battled back with 24 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a loss that tied the Wolves at even (13-13).

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