Mobley and Bey decide, Chicago knocks out Brooklyn

The results of the night in the NBA

The Grizzlies @Hornets: 131-107
the sun @ Cavs : 88-90
Lightning @ Magical : 115-126
Pacers @ Sixers : 126-129, after overtime
Spurs@ Knicks : 114-117
dollars @ Raptors: 104-101, after overtime
net @ Bulls : 112-121
Blazers @ monsters : 106-113
@Rockets pelicans : 108-119
Pistons @Warriors: 122-119
Falcons @Kings: 120-117

Clay Thompson He could have been the hero of the night for the Warriors after scoring the tying goal against Detroit with 2 seconds left. Not counting the improbable shots Saddiq Bey at the buzzer to completely freeze the Chase Center to give the Pistons the win.

Killian Hayes Klay made two crucial shots just before the tying goal and returned a copy with 9 points and 13 assists on 3/12.

Warriors vs. Pistons: Incredible ending to Saddiq Bey’s game-winner

– After 12 consecutive victories, “Nets” finally lost. It was Chicago that managed to knock off Brooklyn in a game to rest Kevin Durant Early in the 4th quarter (44 points) would be deadly (8-0). The Bulls will be able to rely on this matchup to try to find consistency.

With 6 players with 10 or more points, incl DeMar DeRozan (22 points), Patrick Williams (22 points) and Nikola Vucevic (21 points), Billy Donovan’s men showed the tenacity that has so often failed them in the NBA this season.

Giannis Antetokounmpo at the beginning of the year, he no longer wants to joke. The Greek Freak knows his team needs a winning streak and he’s giving them one. If it was Grayson Allen who sent the game into overtime with a 3-pointer, it was Giannis who left his mark against Toronto.

The day after his career high against Washington, he had a mammoth triple-double, this time with 30 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists. The Bucks are one more win ahead of the Celtics in the standings with a similar record to the Nets.

Donovan Mitchell (21 points) Cleveland didn’t need to score 71 points to beat Phoenix. “Spida” again offered an assist Evan Mobley For his first career NBA game winner with 4 seconds left. It was 1/8 before returning that shot, a testament to the lad’s composure and mentality…

– Lakers pulled a surprise against Miami, LeBron James was at home with a cold. The Heat were surprisingly surprised Dennis Schroeder like an executioner. The German scored 14 of his 32 points with the help of the last quarter Russell Westbrook (21 points, 9 points, 8 rebounds) and Thomas Bryant (21 points, 9 rebounds).

Miami led by 6 points in the 4th quarter before taking down the flag. Jimmy Butler still had an opportunity to equalize with a thunderous volley, but missed the target. This is the 4th win in 5 games for Los Angeles, who have started 2023 quite well.

– Joel Embiid went to the Pacers reception last night. Philadelphia has suffered, but still has a tough streak at home (11 straight wins). The Sixers had to go through overtime to beat Indiana. During overtime, De’Anthony Melton and Montrezl Harrell made two of the game’s most important baskets to seal the deal.

– No surprises in Charlotte where the Grizzlies easily beat the Hornets for their 4th straight win. Ja Morant (23 points), Desmond Bane (19 points), Dillon Brooks (18 points) and Jaren Jackson Jr. (18 points) shared the attacking duties, facing a team that lost for the 14th time in 17 games…

Jalen Brunson looking to make up for lost time in three away games and he did a great job tonight. The Knicks guard was huge against San Antonio, breaking the NBA scoring record (38) and leading the Knicks to their third straight victory. The former Mavs player gave New York the lead with 3 minutes left, before returning two valuable spears with a minute left.

Evan Fournier He played 11 minutes for 6 points in 1/5.

– Despite missing four players due to suspension, the Magic won at home against OKC. Paolo Banchero Had a solid performance (25 pts, 8 rbds, 7 pds) supported by Gary Harris and Terrence Ross (18 pts each). 33 points Shai Gilgeous-AlexanderNot during the reformation in Boston, it was not enough.

– To see Rudy Gobert and Wolves to their advantage in defence, are still good at times. Minnesota held on to Portland despite a major second-half let-up. Chris Finch’s players limited the Blazers to 106 points, with Rudy posting a double-double (17 points, 12 rbds) and a Anthony Edwards Sharp in 4th quarter (13 of 32 points).

This is the second win in a row for “Wolves” after 6 consecutive defeats.

– Despite the slight morale blow of knowing Zion Williamson will be out for almost a month, the Pelicans found the resources to beat Houston at home. This is to have CJ McCollum proving valuable as a strategist. The former Portland player led the charge (28 points) with Jonas Valanciunas (16 points, 17 rebounds) to keep New Orleans from slipping in the West.

– The Falcons operated as a quartet, not a tandem, in Sacramento tonight, and the effects were positive. John Collins (22 points), De’Andre Hunter (22 points), Trae Young (21 points) and Dejounte Murray (21 points) Scored 66 points to beat the Kings.

The last Atlanta run (7-0) was a bit of rock and roll, capped by a 3-pointer by Young and a two-pointer by Murray. Sacramento still had ammunition to close, though Onyeka Okongwu De’Aaron Fox came to the tape and Domantas Sabonis missed his shot.

After losing 5 of their last 6 games, the Falcons needed such success on the sidelines to stay afloat.

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